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Tips for Hydrangea Sucess

Tips for Hydrangea Success   Did you know there are 49 species of hydrangeas? Everyone loves the beautiful blooms for lasting color in gardens and for bouquets. One of the Read more

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More Time Enjoying Gardens, Less Time Working In Them!

Flower gardens are looking beautiful at this time of year and can continue to give enjoyment through the rest of the summer and into the fall. There are a few Read more

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Classic Corn

  Classic Corn “Knee high by the 4th of July” is an old benchmark for corn progress. The truth is, depending on your sowing date, several of our varieties could be Read more

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The Year of the Delphinium

  My snow covered flowerbeds look like a black and white photograph. I love the serenity of winter, but I am also eager for the activity of color to come. Read more

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Tomatoes!

  Tomatoes     With so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are one of our most popular vegetables! We receive a lot of Read more

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Winter Plant Protection

It’s time to get your outdoor living area ready for the winter months. Your gardens will look so much better next spring if you put a little time into them Read more

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Think Outside the Planter Box

Think outside the planter box: Unique fall container ideas.   A fall container garden is a great way to celebrate the season and freshen up outdoor décor. Gardeners like to Read more

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Refresh your Hanging Baskets

This time of year, when it’s hot and dry, hanging baskets tend tostop flowering and start looking leggy and ‘blah.’                     Read more

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Extending Your Season and Maximizing Your Garden’s Harvest

Successive Sowing: Extending Your Season and Maximizing Your Garden’s Harvest One of the ways you can keep your garden going all season is by successive sowing. To achieve continuous harvesting, try: Sowing two Read more

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All-Summer Garden Color

All-Summer Garden ColorAs summer’s heat rolls in, customers often ask me in a determined state of mind “Do you have a perennial that blooms all summer?” I understand this question, as Read more

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