Monthly To Do

March 10, 2020

After the decorations have been removed,  take your Christmas tree to a location to be recycled and turned into mulch.

Continue to gently knock a heavy snow off of your delicate shrubs to prevent breakage. 

Keep up with your applications of deer and rabbit repellent...

March 9, 2020

As the weather warms up, it is tempting to take a walk through your garden, but be careful not to walk on and compact the earth where you will soon be planting.

If you did not cut back your ornamental grasses in the fall, now is the time to trim them back.  Some people...

March 8, 2020

Spring is a great time to plant or transplant trees and shrubs.

If you have perennials that need divided, as soon as you begin to see new growth emerge, split the perennial clumps and transplant them.

For gardening success, do a soil test.  We have a number of products t...

March 7, 2020

In May,  enjoy the fruit of your autumn labor.

Allow spring blooming bulb's foliage to die back and turn yellow before you remove it, this will ensure large healthy bulbs for next year.

Pansies, violas, snapdragons, dianthus and dusty miller can all be planted...

March 6, 2020

June is Perennial Garden Month.  Since perennials return year after year, they are a great addition to your garden, and now is a great time to plant them.  We have a wide range of perennials for both sun and shade.

Now that you have your flower beds and any new tre...

March 5, 2020

 Continue dead-heading annuals and perennials so they will keep blooming.

Keep pinching back your mums until mid July.

Keep on fertilizing your annuals for the best blooms.

Continue to water all of your plants during the dry spells.

This is a good time to divide and transp...

March 4, 2020

Plant pansies and spring flowering bulbs, such as Daffodils, Hyacinths, Crocuses, Dwarf Irises, Tulips, Snowdrops and Muscari to enjoy next year.

Experts recommend a healthy dose of an organically-balanced plant food, like Espoma's Bulb-tone, will provide more nutrition...

March 3, 2020

Before bringing in your houseplants, check for unwanted pests and treat them.

If being outside this summer encouraged vigorous growth in your houseplants, you can bring them in to our store and have them re-potted.    

If you haven't already, plant pansies...

March 2, 2020

If you planted any perennials in late October, check on them to see if a frost has caused them to heave from the ground.  If so, step them back in.

The best time to fertilize trees, shrubs and woody vines is when they have lost their leaves indicating that they have gon...

March 1, 2020

      Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

Purchase a fresh cut Fraser fir as your Christmas tree. 

Decorate with fresh evergreen roping, wreaths or swags.

Place an order for a custom decorated wreath, or come in and choose from our wide variety of ribbons an...

January 5, 2020

TREES/SHRUBS

The first 2-3 weeks are the most crucial!

Depending upon what time of year, (dormant / in season)

Give your tree approximately 2-3 deep waterings a week.

Feed in the spring and at 1/2 the rate in July/August.

Always take into consideration:

  • How much sun

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