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Garden Tips:

  • Some of your plants may have some disease or pest problems that you may need to take care of. Fungal problems  can appear as white powdery areas on leaves.  Make sure you are watering your plants appropriately and  avoid getting your leaves wet. If you apply a fungicide or a summer oil on the leaves its best to do so in the evening when it is cooler.
  • Got Bug Problems?  Try Take Down to battle your pest problems.  It’s made from plants for plants.  For more info visit: www.biconet.com/botanicals/takedowngarden.html

Can be used on edible plants!

What’s Happening at Alpine   8-26-11

    HOT AUGUST NIGHTS SALE    

  Our annual sale has started and will last thru

the end of September. 

  • Shrubs (selected) 25% - 50% Off
  • Perennials 40% Off  Vines 50% Off
  • Trees (selected) 25% - 40% Off
  • 60% Selected Clearance Plants                

         New Arrivals:    

·         Hydrangea ‘Strawberries & Cream’

·         Variegated W illow ‘Hakuro Nishiki’  

                            

·          Summer Blooming  Perennials: Echinaceas,

Black-Eyed Susans, Joe-Pye Weed, plus many more!    

      

 

       Specials:

  • All Pond Plants 25% Off regular prices

 

  • Trap Door Snails reg. 2/$5 Sale   3/$5

 

  • All Koi  & Nets 20% Off regular prices  

 

  • Faded Label  Sale 25% - 40% Off regular prices on selected fish & pond items.

Send Us your Pond & Garden Pictures and if selected we will post them on  alpinegrows.com

email us at:     thepondpad@gmail.com

 

Feeding Your Pond Fish Fresh Food  

 

You can feed your fish fresh foods that help supplement their diets and gives them something to play with.  Gradually add pieces of fruits and veggies and even cooked shrimp until they start to regularly eat what you serve.  Scoop out any uneaten food. Here are some suggestions:

  • Citrus Fruits- Oranges, Lemons, Grapefuit
  • Squashes, Zuchini, Strawberries
  • Boiled & frozen Peas or Peas & Carrots
  • Carrot raw sliced in long strips
  • Shrimp (cooked & thawed)
  • Melons- Watermelon, Cantelope, Honey Dew
  • Greens- Mustard, Beet Tops, Spinach, Endive, Escarole, Arugula, All Lettuces

Cut up fruit into slices, remove uneaten rinds and watch your fish have some fun playing with their food!  Questions: Email at thepondpad@gmail.com

 

 

What’s Coming Up:

 Look for our display at the  Puyallup Fair

 near the Red Gate and see our ad in

The Little Nickel  coupon insert.

         

       Alpine Nursery & Landscape            17518  79th Ave E, Puyallup 98375
                  (253) 847-7078
          www.alpinegrows.com

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