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Snow in summer

Fertilzer accidentially got spread onto my hubby's snow in summer, it is dead for the rest of this year but will it come back next year??


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I *love* the euphemism -- "Fertilizer" :roll: ... do you mean the "Weed'n Feed" kind?
Earlier this spring, my neighbor was telling her toddler nieces and nephews not to play on the grass be cause their Uncle just "fertilized".

Sorry, just got back from a long drive in a traffic jam. Not extremely sociable right now. I'm sorry your plants died. I'm not familiar with what happens, but there have been similar threads recently. I'm not comfortable giving recommendations about things I don't know, but do try searching for the other threads.

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You should see some new growth and if you don't the odds are great they will not appear next spring.

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