Each year the Perennial Plant Association chooses a favorite perennial that is low maintenance, reliable and relatively disease and insect free. This winning perennial tends to have been around for several years, tried and true, and may or may not be a popular variety at the time. It is usually a perennial that is hardy… Read more »
Monthly Archives: July 2019
Your garden is finally starting to reflect all of the hard work you put in during the spring! Make sure you stay on track with this month’s lawn and garden checklist. Garden Harvest vegetables as they show signs of being ready. For tomatoes, apply Hi-Yield Bone Meal or Hi-Yield Calcium Nitrate to lessen the effect… Read more »
Growing your own herbs is a wonderful way to add healthy nutrients and amazing flavor to any dish. Use your herbs fresh or save them for a later date by drying and and preserving them for future meals. Harvest Herbs Many of your herbs can be cut whenever you need them and will regrow quickly…. Read more »
Planting for Year Round Eye Appeal
Grab your girlfriend and your coffee and head over to spend your Saturday morning with Dana!
Fall Container Gardening Workshop
Enjoy the colors of fall with an annual planter that will stay beautiful through the season. Class size is limited so RSVP now!