October Tips

By |October 1st, 2017|


Mulch in spring-planted trees and shrubs. Don’t permit them to get too dry; water them throughly and deeply
Start amaryllis and paperwhite narcissus for holiday blooms. (Allow 5-6 weeks for paperwhites and 12 weeks for amaryllis).
Apply fall lawn fertilizer at this time
Apply lime to lawns to raise pH. A 50# bag of […]

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Great Looks for Fall Color

By |September 1st, 2017|

Fall is right around the corner and it is a glorious time.  The countryside is virtually exploding with oranges, reds, golds and yellows.  This is a great time of the year to enjoy the out-of-doors.  It is also a great time for fall gardens as autumn mums and perennials finish the season with a flourish.
Most […]

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September Tips

By |September 1st, 2017|

Fall is a great time to plant trees, shrubs, bareroot perennials and bulbs.

Start pansy & viola seed for bloom next spring

Watch your compost pile. This is a good time to add an activator for brown leaves & lawn trimmings

Check your lawn for grub activity. Sure signs are brown patches of lawn with turf that you […]

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Preparing Your Fall Garden Beds

By |September 1st, 2017|

Are you overloaded with new ideas for perennial beds and borders after visiting friends or public display gardens? Seen lots of unfamiliar and interesting new plants at the nursery? If so, fall is an excellent time to prepare fall garden beds for planting now or in the spring. The cooler temperatures, weaker sunlight and shorter days […]

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Window Box Color All Year Round

By |August 1st, 2017|

It’s always a shame that just when your window box has reached their peak of fullness and color, autumn sneaks in and nips at the foliage and flowers, signaling it’s time to clean them out. Or is it? This season, try extending the life of your window boxes, so you can appreciate their beauty year-round, each […]

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Reviving Your Lawn

By |August 1st, 2017|

As your lawn endures the trials of job this summer – drought, pestilence and disease – you must hold to the hope that there is a lush, green turf on the other side of this summer.  Has your spring turf been reduced to an arid, brown toasty color?  If not, you might want to submit […]

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August Garden Tips

By |August 1st, 2017|

For your Lawn

Water deep and infrequently during the summer months. One inch of water early in the day about once a week is adequate.
Help your lawn out by changing direction when mowing. Travel north to south on one mowing and east to west on the next cutting.
In late August, prepare the lawn […]

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By |June 30th, 2017|

If your perennial flower garden gets a little drab and boring come late summer and fall, think about planting dahlias. Gardeners are always trying to find colorful flowers to keep the show going into autumn, and dahlias are the perfect star to fit the bill. Dahlias just need a little more thought and attention compared […]



By |June 30th, 2017|

It’s hot out there for newly planted trees and shrubs. These plants may be struggling to survive the heat and drought because their root systems haven’t had a chance to get established in the native soil yet. That’s why it’s important to pamper spring-planted trees and shrubs during the first year after planting. Most trees […]


Pollinator Gardens

By |July 5th, 2016|

Pollinators require two essential components in their habitat: somewhere to nest and flowers from which to gather nectar and pollen. Native plants are undoubtedly the best source of food for pollinators, because plants and their pollinators have coevolved. Many varieties of garden plants are also good for these important insects.

In many landscapes, flowers have been […]

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