Jobe’s Tree Fertilizer Spikes, 16-4-4 Time Release Fertilizer for All Shrubs & Trees, 15 Spikes per Package

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Price: $17.99
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Features:
  • Continuous supply of nutrients below the surface, where the active roots are growing
  • Guaranteed analysis: (16-4-4) 5 spikes, (15-3-3) 9 spikes, (16-14-4) 15 spikes,160 spikes
  • Jobe's tree spikes are easy to insert around each tree's dripline, and the slow-release formula feeds all season

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It’s no secret that beautiful, healthy trees make your yard look spectacular. Jobe’s Fertilizer Spikes for Trees & Shrubs ensure a continuous supply of nutrients below the surface, where the trees’ active roots are growing. Jobe’s Spikes are easy to insert around each tree’s dripline, and the slow-release formula lasts all season. No wasteful runoff, no mess, hazards or smells – only a safe beautiful yard. For best results, use Jobe’s Fertilizer Spikes for Trees & Shrubs in early spring and late fall. —Jobe’s Tree Fertilizer Spikes will help the trees in your yard thrive. No mess, hazards or smells – only beautiful green trees.



Pink Dogwood Tree Photograph - Spring Flowers Botanical Print - Pink Flower Wall Decor - Nature Inspired Bedroom Decor - Wall Art - 'Pink Dogwood #2'

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This beautiful photograph of a dogwood tree in bloom will bring cheer to any room with it's soft hues of pastel pink and sky blue.

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A Word's Worth: DOGWOOD WINTER?

Folks in middle Tennessee say that if a cold snap occurs when the dogwood blooms, we’ll experience a “dogwood winter,” but nothing has snapped here yet, and the beautiful white inflorescence of numerous dogwoods at Sewanee have been clustering a gracious plenty this last week of March. Typically, the trees bloom in mid-April, frequently as late as May, and a “dogwood winter” sometimes follows close behind the flowering.

Thankfully, the weather during this dogwood blooming is perfect, with sun-filled days when the temps climb only to 70 degrees and slight winds breeze through the Cumberland Plateau. Following the advice of gardeners around Sewanee, we planted a small flower garden in the backyard because locals believe that it is safe to dig in the dirt after dogwoods blossom. However, another note of caution for early planters -- according to farmers and gardeners, a “blackberry winter” occurs when a cold snap coincides with the time blackberries are in bloom, which is typically during early to mid-May. So perhaps we’re not out of the woods regarding weather snaps yet.

Hopefully, the weather and the white blanket of flowers will hold until Easter Sunday because many Christians regard the dogwood flowers as religious symbols of the season. Their white petals symbolize Christ’s white robe, and the red dots on their tips symbolize the blood of the Crucifixion. Also, the dogwood tree is reputed to have provided the wood for the cross on which Christ was crucified. At that time, dogwood trees grew tall; however, because of Christ’s death, the legend states that God stunted the dogwood species to prevent their future use as crosses for crucifixion. As a result, few dogwood trees today can be called “towering” (according to apocrypha that is).

The wood from dogwood trees in this neck of the woods is often used for mountain dulcimers, cane, and for fine inlays, and is also utilized for wine or fruit presses. According to folklore,...

Learning About Dogwood Trees

What many people think of as the dogwood flower is actually a leaf-life structure. Wayne Mezitt, of Weston Nurseries, shows us the flower up close and offers other insights into dogwood trees and what keeps them happy and healthy.

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  1. Your Garden Guy: Tips for planting dogwoods
    By TODD GOULDING - GouldingDesignGroup@gmail.com • When planting dogwood trees remember these tips: Plant in the shade. Do not dig dogwoods from the wild, use nursery grown trees. There are several new varieties that are resistant to the diseases that
  2. Lovely County Citizen (blog) March is going to the dogwoods
    Writing about dogwoods in March? Yes, it seems the entire spring blooming season is accelerated by about three weeks. The beautiful dogwood blooms are veils of illusion. Those creamy white "petals" -- the showy display and chief beauty of the tree
  3. Arbor Day Foundation offers free dogwood trees
    By Anonymous The Arbor Day Foundation is making it easier for everyone to celebrate the arrival of spring through planting trees. Join the Arbor Day Foundation in March 2012 and receive 10 free white flowering dogwood trees. “White flowering dogwoods
  4. Dogwood Trail winners, sale, bike tour announced
    Eads, Edwards, James Sanders, Montgomery Gardens, and Wahl's will offer their dogwood trees, all sizes, for the best price of the year during these four hours. Civic Beautification Board members will be at each location during this time to answer
  5. NCSU works on disease-resistant dogwood tree
    By John Murawski, The News & Observer of Raleigh The native dogwood tree and its iconic spring blossom are under attack by two diseases, one of which goes by the ominous Latin name destructiva. It's an apt description for a fungal blight that has wiped

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  1. Also known as japanese dogwood tree, this species is a flowering beauty. The white and creamy flowers makes it a favorite attraction in a bonsai/tree garden. Also sports some simple dark green leaf that turns reddish purple to scarlet in fall. Also produce some reddish fruit in fall.
  2. Useful and detailed information about the dogwood trees for your garden
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  1. Topping trees is a bad practice
    Fringe Tree, Kousa Dogwood, Winter King Hawthorn, Leprechaun™ Ash, Amur Maackia, various cultivars of flowering crabapple, Leonard Messel Magnolia, Star Magnolia, Snow Fountains® Cherry, Snow Goose Cherry, Weeping Yoshino Cherry, Ivory Silk® Tree Lilac ...
  2. Gardening in January No Matter Where You Live!
    This is what that Area Looks Like Now. Sowing Dogwood Seeds. Same thing. Dogwood trees are easily grown from seed and there is a big demand for dogwood seedlings. Right now I desperately need about 300 of them. I also need about 300 Eastern Redbud Tree ...
  3. Think spring with Paulding SWCD tree sale
    The following species are making a return to the annual sale: New this year, the Paulding SWCD is offering buttonbush, pin oak, sycamore, silver maple, silky dogwood, domestic apple, and strawberry plants. Tree seedlings are priced per seedling with the ...
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