September 23, 2015

 Do you get the winter blues? Houseplants are a great way to satisfy your green thumb and get some color in the winter months!  They do offer some new gardening challenges and a bit of special attention, but the reward of having a living plant in your house makes it al...

September 23, 2015

 

A fall container garden is a great way to celebrate the season and freshen up outdoor décor. Gardeners like to say that container gardens include "thriller, spiller, and filler" plants-some that thrill, some that spill over the side, and some that fill in the gaps. Tr...

September 11, 2015

Come join Certified Plant Professionals John Campbell and Twila Delaney this Thursday at 5:30 PM for a free seminar on preparing your yard for winter.  Do you have questions on what you should be cutting back, the plants you should be mulching, how you should fertilize...

September 10, 2015

 Many people don't realize that the flowers that are the first to pop out of the ground in the spring are a direct result of efforts put in during the fall.  The earliest blooming perennials, such as daffodils, crocus, tulips, and allium, are planted as bulbs in the fa...

September 10, 2015

Did you have troubles with the voles, moles, and other critters this year?  Well, we have an easy, organic solution:  bulbs!  Believe it or not, the Fritillaria bulb and plant repel small animals because of the odor they emit.  They may smell a bit skunky, but they are...

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