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Monday - Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm
In this newsletter you will find.....
  • After Christmas Sale 50% off All Holiday Decor
  • Seasonal Ideas & Information for January
  • Landscape Dept:  How to prepare for cold weather
  • "Tree Mail"        
  • Seaside Casual Furniture 2019
  • Bailey's Coupon
  • Mardi Gras February 2019
  • Events
Seasonal Ideas & Information for January

The following are a list of activities to consider for your January gardening:
  • Plant vegetables from transplants.
  • Plant seeds.
  • Plant rosebushes.
  • Plant fruiting plants.
  • Plant pansies, snapdragons, violas, alyssum, cyclamen.
  • Plant those bulbs that you put in your refrigerator to provide for a chill treatment.  They won't flower in the fridge!
  • Plant spring flowering trees and shrubs.
  • Fertilize established trees and shrubs.
  • Water newly planted transplants.  Containers need more frequent water than plants in the ground.  Water well before a freeze to protect roots.
  • Plan ahead for cold weather.  At some point it will get cold enough that tropical plants will need protection.  Decide which plants you will choose to protect.  Make sure you have enough materials on hand.....frost cloth, blankets, cardboard boxes, stakes, etc.  Each plant needs to have a covering large enough to extend to the ground.  


How to prepare for upcoming cold weather:
1.  Cover all of your tender plants with frost cloth.   Do not use plastic to cover your plants.   The plastic will harm your plants.
2.  Water all of your plants and containers before the cold weather        arrives.  This will help to protect your plant from frost damage.
3.  Mulch your flowerbeds and plants well to keep plant roots insulated

Tree Mail

"Seeds readers might enjoy reading about the 'emotional' response to an effort to protect trees in Melbourne, Australia," writes Bill Scheick. "
70,000 trees there were given email addresses, designed for citizens to use to alert about any arbor-related problems that might need attention. 
Instead, people worldwide wrote about their feelings, ranging from virtual tree-hugging to nature- and life-questions. 
Some of these messages, accompanied by photos of the addressed tree, are on display at  https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-12-12/people-are-emailing-trees/10468964."

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(Gift Cards, Sale Items and 
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Friday, February 22nd thru Tuesday, March 5th

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Peggy Cornelius, owner
Tom's Thumb Nursery & Landscaping   
Peggy Cornelius | Tom's Thumb Nursery & Landscaping  | 409-763-4713
2014 - 45th Street  Galveston, Texas 77550
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