A Long Winter’s Nap

The days are growing shorter and the nights longer, and our gardens have officially been put to bed. Do not despair, though, the 2018 gardening season starts in roughly 17 short weeks. Winter is an important time for plants. During the growing season, plants spent much of their time preparing for this time of slumber…. Read more »

DIY Birch Bundle

The temps are cooler and the days are shorter, tis the season for our fresh winter greens and arrangements. Although many of you are dreading the long cold winter months ahead, warm your home with a beautiful Birch Bundle that can be kept inside or outside. What you will need for this easy, inexpensive winter… Read more »

Late Fall Lawn & Garden Checklist

The leaves have turned their brilliant fall colors and winter is right around the corner. However, gardening season isn’t over yet! Before you put your tools away, be sure you’ve properly tucked your garden into bed for the colder months to come. Garden Remove all debris from the garden. Leaving debris will increase your chances… Read more »

Fall is for Planting!

Year after year we receive the same question, “Can I plant perennials, shrubs and trees in the fall?” The answer is YES! While many people may see plants browning and going into dormancy as a precursor to death, their path to dormancy is actually a great opportunity to have beautiful plants in the spring. Some… Read more »

DIY Insect Hotel

Summer is winding down and that means that fall and winter are right around the corner. If you are anything like we are, you’re already thinking ahead to next year’s garden and all of its possible needs. Something many people forget is the importance of pollinating insects. Did your vegetable garden not do very well… Read more »

July Lawn & Garden Checklist

Your garden is probably starting to reflect the hard work you’ve put into it. Keep pushing forward until harvest with this month’s checklist. Garden Early July to Mid July, fertilize your garden with Espoma Garden Food. Apply Fertilome Broad Spectrum Fungicide or Immunox to vegetables to prevent diseases such as blight. Apply Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules… Read more »

DIY Summer Succulents

The heat of summer is upon us here at Parkview Nursery and we are all about the succulent trend. We have a vast assortment of succulents still available with a new shipment arriving any day now. Succulents are great because of their heat and drought tolerance and the versatility that they offer. They can be… Read more »

DIY Garden Hose Wreath

Our spring season has flown by and we’ve been busy keeping our plants happy and hydrated. With all the watering we do daily, we certainly have some worn out chunks of garden hose lying around. You may have noticed that repurposing and recycling are common themes in this blog so rather than throwing them away, we decided to get… Read more »

Pollinating Insect

The Buzz about Pollinating Insects

There has been a lot of talk the last couple of years about the importance of pollinator plants and pollinating insects.  To name just a few, pollinating insects and mammals include several varieties of bees, wasps, flies, beetles, moths, butterflies and hummingbirds.  Pollinators are important to properly pollinate fruits and vegetables.  Without pollinators, our food… Read more »

lawn and garden checklist

Late Spring Lawn & Garden Checklist

Gardening season has just begun and there is much to do to get your plants ready for the dog days of summer. Review this month’s checklist to get your lawn and garden in top shape. Garden Finish planting your garden starting in mid-May. Fertilize all vegetables with our Espoma Garden Food, the perfect formulation for all veggies. Annual… Read more »

Plant Stake DIY

DIY Plant Stakes

Can you believe it, spring is finally here! This time of year is always so inspiring with all of the color and new life that brightens up our cold brown landscape from the season before. This month we thought it would be fitting to create your own mini plant stakes for your houseplants, outdoor planters, or garden markers.

DIY Spruce Top Arrangements

Looking to add some cheer to your front steps for the upcoming winter season? There is nothing quite like a spruce top arrangement to warm and welcome you and all of your guests throughout the holiday and winter season.

Fall Bulbs Mean Spring Beauty!

We’ve made it through the blazing heat of summer and now Old Man Winter is knocking on our door, but here at Parkview we are taking advantage of the cooler temperatures and thinking ahead to spring. The beautiful blooms of spring are always a refreshing site after a long winter, but a person needs to prepare in the fall in order to enjoy them.

The Art of Pumpkin Decorating

Pumpkins are a great option for fall decorating because they are affordable and incredibly versatile as far as what a person can do with them. But if you are like me, the art of carving pumpkins is not my strong suite so I stick to what I know, decorating.

Time to Get Your Hands Dirty this Fall!

It may not have felt like it lately but fall is just around the corner. Those crisp mornings and late afternoons are unanimously a favorite time of year around Parkview Nursery. The cooler weather not only gives relief to the heat that we’ve endured in the summer months, but it is also a great time to allow new plants to establish.

How to Create Scavenger Décor

I am all about keeping projects nifty and thrifty; this fun little craft is exactly that. Scavenged décor is unique in so many ways and can be used for many different purposes. A person could gift these to friends and family for weddings, birthday parties, or use them as an accent in their own home. This is a great little weekend project that is affordable and fun for both adults and children.

Gardening in the Heat!

It’s that time of the summer where the heat is forcing you to be by the pool or in the air conditioned house rather than spending time in the garden. As relaxing as this sounds, don’t forget your plants may be thirsty!

April Lawn & Garden Checklist

Here’s what to make sure you’re taking care of in your outdoor space this April! Lawn Thatch and/or aerate your lawn (this must be done before applying your preemergent weed control) Apply Fertilome For All Seasons preemergent weed control with fertilizer for crabgrass control and other weeds. Plant grass seed (do not use For All Seasons when… Read more »

Engineering Issues for Research Papers

I’m typing this overview of’s compiled documents with my lefthand. With my right hand, I’m damaging the left hearing of Ralph the Beagle, America’s most needy puppy, lest he continue his plaintive, stentorian breathing. Theoreticians and writers of my associate might discover this a disruption. I think it is suitable, considering that the importuning Ralph… Read more »

Steps to Start An Investigation Paper

This informative article will reveal how effortless it is to produce and add QR limitations in Phrase and Excel 2013 utilizing a selection of purposes. What’re QR Limitations? You can find QR requirements also called 2D barcodes on everything from product packaging to publications and catalogues. A conventional barcode can just only hold 15 to… Read more »

Handling the School Fill and the Work Load

Take the time to assume where our community would be, if we (people and businesses) permitted ourselves to think we’ve no dependence on progress. If we satisfied for “good enough,” as opposed to achieving for excellence. If inside the afterglow of success that was great, we followed a of ” came!” and ignored to request,… Read more »