Last Updated On: September 1st, 2020
5 Great Reasons Why Staking Your Flowers is Important.
In this podcast, you'll hear about our five reasons why you should stake your flowers.
What You'll Learn:
- 5 reasons why staking your plants is important.
- Common flowers needing staking.
- Resources and links for more information.
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- Want to get started, but not sure on what? Go to our Start-Here Page!
Our 5 great reasons to stake your plants
It's that time of year where our plants are growing up and those flower stems are getting really top-heavy with bright and large flowers.
But those flowers can start to droop or even fall completely over.
Here are our 5 great reasons why you should stake your flowers and plants:
- To keep them growing upright to keep looking beautiful and not start to bend their flowers or stems of those flowers.
- To stop them from laying over nearby plants so they don't shade them out or smother them.
- To stop flopping or fallen over stems from kinking or breaking their stems.
- To lessen pest and disease infestations.
- And, to keep your plants and flower from blocking walkways and entrances.
10 common plants that need staking:
- Black-eyed Susan
If you aren't sure where to start learning about garden care, go to our Start Here page at spokengarden.com/start-here .
And, if you have questions about these 5 common garden pests, we are here to help, so please email us.
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