Get gooseberries - does pruning help?
My gooseberry bushes do not give much harvest. Should I prune them and if so when? Answer: In order for gooseberries to set young and healthy shoots, they need pruning every one or two years. In early spring, you can remove the oldest branches, a total of 1/3 of the bush. Remember to fertilize after pruning. Fertilize with 1/2 handful of chicken manure and at the same time a thin layer of compost soil.Read More
Example landscape plans
INSTALL A 3" LAYER OF COVER MULCH IN ALL SHRUB AREAS. (1 1/2" IN GROUNDCOVER AREAS), MULCH AVAILABLE FROM. EARTHWORKS, RIVERSIDE, CA. SUBMIT SAMPLE OF ANY. Let's explore an example of how a three-year plan can turn a major landscape overhaul into an exciting but manageable long-term project.Read More