Summer is in full swing and your garden is probably starting to showcase all of the hard work you’ve put in! Here’s how to keep it looking great. Garden Harvest vegetables as they are ready. For tomatoes, apply Fertilome Yield Booster or Bonide Rot Stop to lessen the effect of blossom end rot. For vegetables, apply Fertilome Broad Spectrum… Read more »
Ahhh… summer is here and your garden should be hitting its stride as your flowers start to flourish. The right amount of water and sunshine will keep them looking great all season long. Lawn To prevent lawn fungus from spreading, we recommend applying F-Stop which protects your lawn and keeps it healthy. It’s also time to… Read more »
This spring was not a gardener’s friend and it found many people behind on their gardening to-do’s. One step that may have been left out this year is applying Crabgrass preventer to your lawn or applying it too late in the season. Crabgrass is an annual weed that germinates every year from seeds produced from… Read more »
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 »
In our attempt to better educate the home gardener, this summer is a perfect opportunity to show the importance of proper watering. Just like the human body, plants are made up of a high percentage of water, so why not make sure that plants have water available like we do our own bodies? New plants… Read more »
As we walk through the nursery, this is a time when many plants have either finished flowering or are not quite ready to bloom yet. However, there are a few gems that are just starting to show Mother Nature’s hand in beauty. When we suggest plants to our customers, we always help them pick plants… Read more »
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 »
Fall Open House
We've said it before - Fall is the best time for planting! Stop in September 11th and 12th and save on plants, decor, and more. Check back for all the details.
Mother’s Day Contest
Like, share and tag a deserving mom to win a gorgeous hanging basket...