Find Your Pocomoke
at Marcum's Nursery! 

Look no further. We're your Pocomoke stop! We have the best selection of crape myrtle varieties in the metro.
Subscriber's August Coupon
 
  
20% Off One Fall Item
As a newsletter subscriber take advantage of your exclusive coupons and discounts!

Check out our fall items and receive 20% off one fall item. 

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Coupon expires Wednesday,
August 31.  
Beautify Your School With Our 
10% Back Beautification Program

Make Your School Beautiful!
Participate in our oldest tried and true fundraiser. Receive a 10% credit towards your school's future beautification merchandise. 

This fundraiser adds natural beauty to your school's landscaping and brings school families together for a great cause.

Check out our five fundraising opportunities!  
Warmer Temps Encourage
The Spider Mite Population 
 
Spider Mites
The hotter and drier it gets, the larger the spider mite populations become!

Treat spider mites, tent caterpillars, bag worms, and aphids with Hi-Yield 55% Malathion Spray.

Our tree and gardening experts at both
locations are available for questions. 
Congrats To Our 2016 Photo
Contest Winners! 
1st Place Winner 

First Place Photo Winner:
'Senner-renity', Deborah
Senner, $100.00 Marcum's Nursery gift card. 

Second Place Photo Winner:
'Early Morning', Amber Lusnia, $75.00 Marcum's Nursery gift card. 

Third Place Photo Winner:
'My Small Yard', Marilyn Ingmire, $50.00
Marcum's Nursery gift card.
August Maintenance Guidelines
 
After years of working in the industry and building a nursery business around Oklahoma's inclement weather, we are suggesting the following maintenance guidelines:

* Use Marcum's 18-6-12 Fertilizer on Bermuda and Zoysia grass.

* Apply  Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone II to prevent grubs and to control the mole and vole population.  

* Expect some leaf fall, a normal reaction to drought.

* Mowing heights for cool-season turf grasses should be 3" during hot, dry summer months. Gradually raise mowing height of Bermuda grass lawns from 1 1/2 inches to 2 inches.


We're Here For You
"Just add the sun!"
OKC Address
2121 Southwest 119th  
OKC, OK 73170
(405) 691-9100

Goldsby Address
169 N Main Ave
Goldsby, OK 73093
(405) 288-2368

Summer Hours:

OKC Store:
Monday - Saturday 
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday - Closed 

Goldsby Store:
Monday - Saturday 
8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sunday - Closed
Newly Arrived
Choose Your Favorite Team!
Are you ready for fall, cooler temps, and football?  New collegiate garden stakes arrived this week at our Goldsby location. Show your pride and sport the crimson and cream or OSU's orange and black.
Fall Featured Item  
Happy Fall Y'all
Welcome your neighbors and friends with one of our cute fall door hangers or wreaths. Don't forget to use your 20% off coupon! 
50% Off
Spring Annuals 
50% OFF
Take advantage of these end of summer savings with all annuals at 50% off. 

BOGO FREE
Hanging Baskets are BOGO free of equal or lessor value while supplies last.
Featured Product
Marcum's 18-6-12
Fertilizer 
Our fertilizer was formulated by Bill Marcum, founder of Marcum's Nursery. This special blend is a slow release nitrogen that is great for trees, shrubs, and lawns. It's Oklahoma proven and tested! 

         

Chump's Chatter

Am I watering too much or too little?


 

Most of the time, the signs of over watering are usually leaves that begin to turn ____?


If a plant starts to die from the top -____/outside-in with dry crunchy leaves, it's more than likely been _____.

 

Dahlia's Answers: Yellow, Top-down/outside-in, Underwatered

Dahlia's Dirt!
 
Oklahoma's extreme weather conditions, regardless of the season, keep us asking the same question year after year. Am I watering too much or too little? 
  
The signs of over watering are usually leaves that start turning yellow from the base of the tree or plant. The leaves that are growing closest to the trunk of the tree from the inside out will also start to turn yellow.  
If a plant starts to die from the top-down/outside-in with dry crunchy leaves, it's not getting enough water. These plants usually look good at the bottom where the water supply only makes it up the tree so far.

If caught in the earlier stages, a plant that has been underwatered is an easier fix, more so than if the plant has been over watered.   

See Marcum's Watering Guidelines for detailed information.
 
Want the "dirt" on a particular topic? Send your suggestions to dahliasdirt@marcumsnursery.com
Ramen Cranberry Salad      
         
This recipe is a favorite of mine and has made the rounds to many family reunions over the years. 

I decided to give an all time favorite recipe a new twist by adding cranberries. Not only did it add a pop of color, it also added a more robust flavor.

Try your hand at changing recipes and personalizing them with your own secret ingredients. After all, you are the chef!