Meteorology is expecting a cold, wet January and Southern California. This creates ideal growing conditions for many species of trees, shrubs and plants.
- Buy bare root fruit trees: January is the month to plant foliage, bare root fruit trees. Because the trees are active, they are landless, so they sell cheap low price products throughout the year. The varieties available are apples, apricots, cherries, peaches and pears. Check with your local nursery for trees that grow best in your area.
- Bays: Bare root planting vines berries such as raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. The fruit is so cold. If planted now, they can offer the harvest this summer. Two plants 58 feet away. Now consider the support network of vines as they grow. Keep well watered new plantations. I hope that the abundance of rain, the watering for you.
- Pruning Roses: Roses should be pruned in January February. This encourages the tree to come into full dormancy. It is also possible to remove the gardener for the “runners” and the creation of a tree or shrub roses. Pruning encourages growth in the spring. When pruning, remove all dead branches and each stem and grows laterally. Do you want to cut, so that the bars against each other (some damage to the shaft and can even cause diseases) without rubbing. Keep bushes become the center opened, through which the stem upward.
- Annuals Extend life: Turn dead flowers on annuals such as violas and violins that plants looking fresh longer keep and stimulate new growth. There is still time to plant this winter season with primroses, snapdragons, violas and kale and even ornamental cabbage.
- Cut Christmas Tree Recycling: The recycling of green waste usually disappear every tree tinsel and ornaments, cut trees and then eventually the chip in the outline of the road mulch composting on the farm and in commercial products and consumption. Will you within 60 days of the tree, the center of holiday celebrations at the farm roads of landscapes and gardens used mulch gardens.
- Rapidly growing vegetables: Lettuce, asparagus, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, spinach, opinions, beets and whole potatoes grow well in winter
- Horticulture Summer Interior: For those who can not wait to start their spring gardens to grow vegetables from seed in January. Tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, basil and other herbs can push to start this way. Once established, the seedlings after freezing temperatures beyond possibility.