January Gardening To do Listing


January Gardening To do List

Offered is an inventory of duties you might want to carry out in your backyard throughout January. Please perceive your gardening zone which is recognized within the menu above. Search for Hardiness Zones.

Zone 1

  • Order seed and nursery catalogs
  • Examine dahlia and canna roots for plumpness, freedom from mildew
  • Examine home vegetation for mites, mealybugs, and scale
  • In the reduction of on feeding home vegetation
  • Shield bases of fruit tree trunks in opposition to rodent harm with wire mesh
  • Plant residing Christmas bushes if floor is workable
  • Clear and oil backyard instruments
  • Plan flower and vegetable beds

Zone 2

  • In the reduction of on feeding houseplants (don’t feed dormant houseplants)
  • Water cymbidiums weekly till they bloom

Zone 3

  • Order seeds
  • In the reduction of on feeding houseplants (don’t feed dormant houseplants)
  • Water cymbidiums weekly till they bloom

Zone 4

  • Order seeds
  • Sow seeds indoors for hardy spring-blooming vegetation
  • In the reduction of on feeding houseplants (don’t feed dormant houseplants)

Zone 5

  • Order seeds
  • Sow seeds for hardy spring-blooming vegetation
  • In the reduction of on feeding houseplants (don’t feed dormant houseplants)
  • Sow frost-tolerant perennials indoors

Zone 6

  • Order seeds
  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals
  • Sow seeds for hardy spring-blooming vegetation
  • In the reduction of on feeding houseplants (don’t feed dormant houseplants)
  • Sow seeds for cool-weather greens
  • Sow frost-tolerant perennials indoors

Zone 7

  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals
  • Set out summer-flowering bulbs
  • Plant fall-blooming bulbs
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root fruit bushes
  • Apply dormant spray to fruit bushes earlier than buds swell
  • Spray apples, peaches, and pears which were affected with canker issues
  • Plant bare-root perennial greens
  • Plant seedlings of cool-weather greens
  • Sow fast-growing warm-season greens
  • Sow seeds for frost-tolerant perennials
  • Sow seeds for tender perennials
  • Plant container and bare-root roses
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root bushes, shrubs, and vines
  • Plant summer-blooming shrubs and vines
  • Plant frost-tolerant bushes
  • Plant conifers and broad-leaf evergreens

Zone 8

  • Order seeds
  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals indoors
  • Sow seeds for hardy spring-blooming annuals
  • Plant fruit bushes
  • Apply dormant spray to fruit bushes
  • In the reduction of on feeding houseplants (don’t feed dormant houseplants)
  • Transfer residing Christmas bushes outdoor
  • Plant or transplant frost-tolerant perennials
  • Plant bare-root roses
  • Apply dormant spray to bare-root roses
  • Plant bare-root bushes, shrubs, and vines
  • Prune winter-blooming shrubs and vines simply after bloom
  • Apply dormant spray to bushes, shrubs, and vines
  • Plant bare-root perennial greens
  • Sow seeds for cool-season greens
  • Shield tender vegetation from frost

Zone 9

  • Order seeds
  • Sow seeds for hardy spring-blooming annuals
  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals indoors
  • Plant summer-flowering bulbs
  • Repot cacti and succulents, if important, as soon as they’ve completed blooming
  • Plant bare-root fruit bushes
  • Apply dormant spray to fruit bushes
  • Plant citrus
  • Transfer residing Christmas tree outdoor
  • Sow frost-tolerant perennial seeds indoors
  • Plant or transplant frost-tolerant perennial seedlings outdoor
  • Plant bare-root roses
  • Apply dormant spray to roses
  • Plant bare-root bushes, shrubs, and vines
  • Apply dormant spray to bushes, shrubs, and vines
  • Prune winter-flowering shrubs and vines simply after bloom
  • Plant bare-root perennial greens
  • Plant seedlings of cool-season and winter greens
  • Sow seeds for cool-season and winter greens
  • Shield tender vegetation from frost

Zone 10

  • Order seeds
  • Set out cool-season annuals
  • Sow seeds for hardy spring-blooming annuals
  • Plant winter, spring, and summer-blooming lbs
  • Repot cacti and succulents, if important, as soon as they’ve completed blooming
  • Plant bare-root fruit bushes
  • Prune flowering fruit bushes whereas in bloom
  • Spray for peach leaf curl, peach leaf blight, and canker
  • Plant citrus
  • Shield citrus from frost harm
  • In the reduction of on feeding houseplants (don’t feed dormant houseplants)
  • Transfer residing Christmas bushes outdoor
  • Plant bare-root roses
  • Apply dormant spray to roses
  • Plant bare-root shrubs and vines
  • Apply dormant sprays to bushes, shrubs and vines
  • Prune evergreen shrubs
  • Prune winter-flowering shrubs and vines
  • Plant bare-root bushes
  • Sow cool-season vegetable seeds
  • Plant or transplant cool-season vegetable seedlings
  • Sow warm-season vegetable seeds

Zone 11

  • Order seeds and vegetation from catalogues.
  • Sow seeds of hardy annuals outdoor (larkspur, bachelor’s button, poppy)
  • Set out vegetation of early-spring blooming perennials (primrose, calendula, viola, pansy)
  • Plant bare-root bushes, shrubs, greens
  • Examine home vegetation for mites, mealybugs
  • Prune fruit bushes when you’ve got not beforehand completed so
  • Apply dormant spray to fruit bushes, roses

 


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