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Aug 06, Semi-hardy plants such as beets, carrots, cauliflower, and lettuce can tolerate light frosts (32°F). Hardy plants such as broccoli, cabbage, radishes, and spinach can tolerate hard frosts (28°F).

To determine when you should plant your vegetables you need to determine when your first frost usually occurs. For central Illinois, it is generally mid-October. Once established, rhododendron shrubs are low maintenance, requiring occasional pruning and fertilizing. In spring and fall, top dress the base with compost and mulch. Treat with a slow release fertilizer a couple times a year. Male and female flowers occur on separate trees. Flowering occurs in June.

Clusters of fleshy, black berries remain on the trees into the late fall and winter. This plant has become an invasive species because it adapts well to many different growing conditions, has no serious pests and produces large numbers of seeds. Aug 01, Fall can also be a great time to plant native seeds, since many Illinois native plants require a cold, moist winter to germinate in the spring.

Before planting, Bhalsod says, it is important to scout for the right spot in your landscape. “Whether the area is sunny or shady, or the soil is moist or dry, there are so many options for native. Apr 23, Whether you're a budding gardener or veteran floriculturist, there's no shame in wanting to take the easy way out with your backyard's where these low-maintenance shrubs and bushes come in.

(We know, not everyone has the time or talents to maintain a flourishing flower bed year-round.) From evergreens to winter garden ideas and everything in between, these plants. Our Illinois guests clearly reflect this good taste by their frequent choice of such perennials as the prolifically-blooming, hardy Geranium and adorable Daisy.

The versatile Sage plant and colorful Sedum are also favorite selections of our Illinois guests as is most of our blue or purple flowering perennials. Living in “the garden state” of Illinois comes with many blessings and challenges for the gardening Nature Hills.