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Preparing Spring Flower Beds

Preparing Spring Flower Beds

The average “frost free” weekend is quickly approaching! Prepare flower beds for summer annuals so they’re ready when you are! Add some Daddy Pete’s Cow Manure to the soil – it’s a terrific additive, affordable and always yields great results. lus, be sure to have Evergreen Soil Conditioner on hand for beautiful blooming results! Basically our […]

Plant Your Own Vegetable Bar

Plant Your Own Vegetable Bar

Plant Your Own Vegetable Bar You can still plant cool-hardy veggies like spinach, lettuce, onions, cauliflower, carrots, broccoli, garlic, asparagus, potatoes, strawberries, brocollini – a healthy superfood cross between asparagus and broccoli – and lots, lots more. Then after our frost-free date of May 10th you can plant more tender veggies like tomatoes, peppers, squash, […]

Spring: A Great Time to Kickstart Your Roses

Spring: A Great Time to Kickstart Your Roses

Spring brings plenty of changes to landscaping, beginning with eye-catching flowers of all types and colors that begin coming alive in April. Regardless of the type of classification of roses you might be growing, April is the perfect time to begin preparing your roses so that they will flourish throughout the spring and summer. The […]

The Lenton Rose is a Great Winter/Spring Flower

The Lenton Rose is a Great Winter/Spring Flower

Commonly referred to as winter roses, Lenton Roses are bright perennial plants that are extremely hardy and popular due to the fact that they can withstand temperatures from 20 degrees to 30 degrees below zero. Yes, that’s right, they’ll stick around even with snow falling all around them. This late winter/early spring bloomer falls into the Helleborus category of flowers and consists of […]