FAQ2019-10-28T17:42:43+00:00

FAQ

When should I start on my Herb Garden for Spring?2021-02-01T01:43:18+00:00

We suggest that you renovate your Herb beds now.  Lift and divide perennial varieties, rototill, replant and mulch.  Wait until late March to feed.

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When should I plant my Spring bulbs?2021-01-10T00:40:52+00:00

Now is the time to plant your tulips, crocus, Hyacinth and daffodil.  TIPS:  Bone is a great fertilizer, blood meal or moth crystals will deter rodents and make sure to water the bulb beds even though have not yet sprouted.

Basic Tips for Tools.2021-01-10T00:57:07+00:00

Clean your outdoor tools.  Mud and dirt from last fall could damage them.

Don’t forget to bring in your garden hose.  Freezing temperatures damage them.

Wrap your faucets to protect them from freezing.

Check your lawn mower for any needed repairs.

Check any fencing for needed repairs.

Stop by your Garden Center today for a list of January Garden Tips.

 

Should I discontinue to feed my Roses?2020-09-10T23:50:49+00:00

Not at all.  Keep feeding your Roses and they will continue to bloom until the frost.

Help: What is the best way to protect my plants during a freeze?2021-01-10T00:52:07+00:00

The best way to protect your plants in a freeze is to cover them in an old sheet.  Never use plastic.

SUGGESTION: ALWAYS PRACTICE SAFE GARDENING AND SAFE SHOPPING2020-11-18T23:19:54+00:00

SUGGESTION:  ALWAYS PRACTICE SAFE GARDENING AND SAFE SHOPPING. Please wear your mask, and maintain a 6 foot social distance while shopping.

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My Garden Needs Color. Help.2021-02-01T01:38:23+00:00

For splashes of color, add late winter pansies and snapdragons to your Garden and outside planters.  Your Garden Center has plenty of these flowers.  Please join us on Facebook for more great plants.

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GARDEN TIP: MULCH2021-01-10T00:48:49+00:00

Remove mulch from beds and burn or discard to control wintering pests.  Never recycle mulch that maybe infested with pests from the previous season.  A year in  a mulch bin will render it ready as a soil conditioner.

Is it too early to work on my Rose beds?2021-01-10T00:44:41+00:00

This is a great time to renovate your Rose beds.  TIPS:  lift plants, add compost & lime, rototill then re-plant and mulch.  Prune Roses now as well.  Cut back bloom shoots to 18″ of graft union.