Through the Seasons Articles
Deadheading is an old botanic term that simply means “to remove the old spent blooms to help keep it blooming longer”.
You aren’t the only one excited to see all that lush green new growth and colorful blooms popping up in your garden. If you’re like a lot of gardeners, you have slugs and snails hiding in your garden. They come out to feast after you are fast asleep, riddling your beautiful plants with noticeable holes and your blood pressure goes WAY up! So how can you control this assault on your precious plants? There is no magic wand for most of us, the truth is it takes a lot of diligence to control these pests, but there are options and you can make an impact!
You rely on plant labels to give you the information you need to be successful in choosing and growing your new plants. But do you really know what everything on those labels mean? Here’s a quick visual guide to decoding plant labels.
If you are lucky enough to live in a part of the country where winter means it never freezes, then you are a lucky gardener!
Containers filled with perennials, doesn't necessarily ensure winter survival. Without adequate protection from cold, a perennial plant can succumb to cold injury—turning it into an annual.
Has your garden suffered from winter damage? Has Ice, Salt or unusually cold weather caused your garden harm? Learn how to help your garden recover.
Flowering shrubs are our specialty, but we know that no landscape can rely solely on blossoms to carry it through the entire year. That’s why we round out our offerings with over 20 different evergreens and dozens of unique varieties with colorful fruit, foliage, and stems to brighten the dreary winter