LSU AgCenter: Irrigate wisely during dry weather

Lawns and landscapes across Louisiana are showing signs of drought and summer stress.
--Allen Owings, LSU AgCenter

HAMMOND — The second hottest July on record in many parts of Louisiana coupled with below-normal rainfall statewide over the past eight weeks has led to drought symptoms in most landscapes.

Try some new daylily varieties

Goldie Locks daylily, a new variety in the Southern Living Plant Collection, was developed in Louisiana by Dale Westmoreland at Westfarms Nursery in Franklinton.
--Southern Living Plant Collection photo

HAMMOND — Daylilies are one of the most popular flowering plants for late spring and early summer Louisiana landscapes.


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