The following is a general watering guide.
Depending on weather, soil, and fertilization conditions
exact watering can greatly differ from one yard to the next.
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Hose watering fill the well 3 -5 times
to saturate root ball
5-6 times for 30”
box or larger.
- Water every day for first 3 days/ Then, every
other day for 1 week / Then, 3 times the following week./
81° - 92°- Every day for first 3 days./Then, every other day for remainder of week./Then,3
times a week/
70° - 81°- Every day for first
2 days/ Then, 3 days later./ Then, 10 days later./
Below 70°- Every day for first 2
days./Then, 5 days
later./Then, 14 days later./
Never water every day after first week in the ground!
Cactus, Succulents, Euphorbias,
most Agaves, and Hardwood Yuccas:
When watering deep soak then let dry out completely.
(Cactus store water until next rain or water.)
May, June, July, & Aug. - Deep soak once a month unless it rains.
Sept, March, & April. - Water lightly once a month unless it rains.
Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, & Feb. - Do not water.
June, July, and Aug. Spray
from top to bottom twice a month.
CRITICAL! ALWAYS! Readjust your system or timer when the temperature changes.
93° or above - Trees once
every 7 days unless it rains, shrubs once every 3 days unless it rains.
70° - 81°- Trees once every 21 days unless it rains, shrubs once every 14 days unless it rains.
Below 70°- Trees once every 30 days unless it rains, shrubs once every 21 days unless it rains.
Shrub type plants use only one 2-gal/8qt
drip emitter per plant.
Use of 4gal. emitters per tree.
As trees get older you will add more emitters to to each tree while pulling the emitters further away from the trunk towards the drip line (where water drips off leaves when it rains).
Richard's Garden Center uses and recommends flag type
emitters like this for
The Most Amazing daughter,
sister, friend, wife & mother.
Patricia Lee (Strauss) Pingitore
April 25, 1949 - November 7, 2005
The Most Amazing son, brother,
friend, husband, father & grandfather.
Richard Louis Pingitore
January 10, 1944 - June 22, 2009
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