How to Overwinter Perennials in Pots Outdoors

Proven Techniques to Overwintering Your Potted Perennials

Perennials are the most economical way to keep your garden stocked year-after-year. Some of your favorite perennials will likely already be in the ground, but today we are going to review some handy techniques to keep your perennials alive in pots during the colder months so that you have beautiful, early-blooming plants next spring. Whether …

3 Easy Steps To Planting Bulbs for Beautiful Spring Blooms

It seems as if every April and may we get many phone calls from excited new gardeners wanting to add vibrant colors to their landscape. “Do you have tulips? Can I come in and get daffodils?”  Folks, we’re gonna let you in on a big secret. Plant your fall bulbs for spring color now so …

Essential Care for Indoor and Outdoor Mums – Potting, Planting, Watering, and Overwintering

Mums are the show-stoppers of fall – the quintessential autumn blooms that give your garden or doorstep bursts of vibrant reds, oranges and yellows. Mums are right up there with pumpkins for fall decor, and we want to give you some care tips over our next few blog posts to keep your chrysanthemums flourishing for …

Do Your Trees Have a Bagworm Problem? Here’s how to Treat It! 🌲

If you begin to notice damage to your trees, then take a closer look. Upon closer inspection you may discover that what you thought were pinecones are actually the cocoon-like sacks of the bagworm. Bagworms can damage and kill your trees, so it’s important to know the bagworm’s life cycle so that you can prevent …

Planting Garlic and Shallots in the Fall

It’s already time to start thinking about fall planting! Two of our favorite – and easiest – fall vegetables to plant in the garden are garlic and shallots. A part of the onion family, both garlic and it’s gourmet counterpart, the shallot, are a flavorful addition to most every recipe. And that fragrance wafting from …