Looking to keep your poinsettia plants looking healthy and beautiful all through the Christmas season this year? There is little doubt the poinsettias are the official flower of the Christmas holiday season. With colors ranging from deep red to crimson,
As winter approaches, we have been getting a lot of questions to the blog about how to prepare and care for rose bushes this fall before the harsh cold and snow arrive. With that in mind, we thought today’s article
Winter is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to start preparing and protecting your strawberry plants for a long winter’s nap! Whether you grow strawberries in the garden, raised beds, or pots and containers – they need
Autumn is in full swing, and that means it’s time for a little fall daylily care! Daylilies are a powerhouse perennial that provide beautiful foliage and blooms from early spring to early fall. But as autumn hits full stride, they
One of the hardest tasks for gardeners is identifying the plants and/or weeds growing in their landscape. Or for that matter, identifying them anywhere you might happen to be! We have all been there at some point with one of
When it comes to digging up, dividing, and transplanting perennials from your flowerbeds – fall is the time for action. And one thing is for sure, that action will pay huge dividends next year in the performance of your flowerbeds.
Although spring and fall are popular times for splitting and dividing perennials, many perennials can be divided as soon as they finish blooming in the middle of summer. And summer dividing holds big advantages for both you, and your landscape!
When it comes to keeping hosta plants looking great from spring to fall, a few simple tips and tricks can go a long way towards success. Hostas are one of the most popular shade-loving plants of all. Their lush, thick
Late winter is the perfect time to cut back ornamental grasses. Not only does it let you get a head start on your outdoor chores, it also is a great time to start creating new plants for your landscape !
I still remember exactly why and when we planted our first strawberry patch at the farm. It was early spring of 2012, and Mary had just made her first ever batch of Strawberry-Honey Jam. It was a bit too early