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Briggs Tree Company is a full-scale, wholesale nursery located in North San Diego County. In operation for over 35 years, Briggs boasts over 200 acres of growing grounds and is family owned and operated. We provide unsurpassed quality plant material to the landscape industry in San Diego and beyond serving landscape contractors, commercial property managers and the public. We also service the landscape industry beyond San Diego in Orange, Riverside, Imperial and Los Angeles Counties and will deliver to anywhere in the continental United States.
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There is a lot to do in your landscape this month. It's time to get out there and prepare for winter storms and planning ahead for spring. Soil temperatures are still warm and the digging is easy. Get out there and plant, plant, plant!
Color: Pansies planted now will provide beautiful color through the winter months. Columbine, Cyclamen, Poppies, Primrose, Ranunculus, Snapdragon, Stock and Viola will all add a nice splash of color to your garden.
Fruits & Vegetables: Plant containerized fruit trees and bushes now. Don't plant bare root plants until next month. Fruit trees should be sprayed for pests in 6 week intervals when the trees are in their dormant stages. An easy way to remember the schedule is to spray around the following holidays; Thanksgiving (when the last leaf has fallen), New Years Day (the height of dormancy) and Valentine's Day (when the buds begin to swell). Remember to follow the manufacturer's directions for application carefully. Prune old canes of berries (except raspberries) back to the ground leaving the new canes to produce fruit next year. Plant vegetables like artichokes, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, garlic, lettuce, onion, peas, radishes, spinach and turnips. Plant strawberries.
Lawn: Cool-season lawns such as fescue, rye and bluegrass can be planted from seed. If you have Bermuda grass and want a green lawn this winter, over seed with a winter rye. Cut the grass short and mulch with a fine-sifted compost. In both cases, keep the soil damp until the seed sprouts.