Flowering lilacs bloom from spring to summer, offering color and fragrance for your landscape. According to the Utah State University Cooperative Extension, the best time to plant a lilac bush is during its dormant season, usually autumn or spring.
Preventing Lawn Diseases : A solution containing either sodium or potassium bicarbonate--baking soda mixed at the rate of two tablespoons per gallon of water--will control a number of fungal diseases in the lawn.
Potassium bicarbonate Fungicide Mix 4 teaspoons (about 1 rounded tablespoon) of potassium bicarbonate into one gallon of water. Spray lightly on foliage of plants afflicted with black spot, powdery mildew, brown patch and other fungal diseases.