There’s a trick of the trade our growers swear by: seed tape. Rather than sorting tiny garden seeds by hand, you can plant a strip of biodegradable seed tape with the seeds already inside. This dissolves into the soil giving you perfectly spaced plants. It also prevents birds from eating your freshly sown seeds or… Read more »
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With the end of summer comes the inevitable preparation for winter. But wait just one second, we still have this glorious season of fall to enjoy! This time of year gives us one last burst of color before the monotony of white and brown settles in for winter. If you’re stuck on ideas for the… Read more »
The sun is shining, the birds are singing and it’s safe to say the threat the of snow has finally passed. It’s now time to give your lawn, garden and plants some love – here’s how to get started. Garden Get your plants in the ground. Fertilize vegetables with our Espoma Garden Food, the perfect… Read more »
Spring has decided to make a late entrance this year but it’s bound to show up sometime, right? With a cold and wet spring like this one, you may wonder when you will finally be able to start working in your garden. We are wondering that too, but there are many things that can be… Read more »
School is in full swing and we all know what that means; summer is over and fall is finally here. We here at Parkview are head over heels for fall. The weather is cooler, our plants are happier and they are starting to put on their final color show before winter arrives. How about those… Read more »
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 »
Container Gardening Workshop
Make a 14” planter or hanging basket of your own design and we’ll grow it for you!
Air Plant Holder Make & Take (postponed)
Join us for a unique, low-maintenance plant workshop! The cost is $5 plus your choice of plants and container.