I was given two opionions on this. Do it and don't do it.
Do it, the fertilizer will 'work' during the winter months.
Don't do it, you don't want to encourage new growth that will be killed
or damaged with frost and cold weather.
Which is correct??
It's more important to be sure the evergreens have enough water, before
the ground freezes. I would hold off the fertilizer until early spring, or put
slow acting fertilizer like composted manure together with a mulch blanket around
I also spray all evergreens including rhodos etc with cloud cover or other
antidessicant going into winter. I even spray the twigs. Ingrid
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It is generally a bad idea to fertilize in the fall. I'm in the same
general zone you are and the only thing that I would consider fertilizing is
the lawn, and then with a low nitrogen, "winterizer" product that encourages
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