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We Hung Our Prices Out To Dry!

By |2021-04-22T11:50:18-04:00August 27th, 2020|Container Gardening, Perennials, Seasonal Color|

It’s true! Planting perennials in late summer and early fall is an excellent way to get a jump start to enjoy a bigger, more beautiful, and more bountiful garden the following year. While most gardeners are more accustomed to planting in spring, now is also an ideal time to get perennials established in your garden. Plants planted at the end of summer enter a hospitable environment due to more reliable rainfalls and lower, less hostile temperatures.

Did you know? – Interesting Plant Facts

By |2021-04-22T11:56:48-04:00July 22nd, 2020|Herbs, Perennials, Seasonal Color, The Farmers Market, Vegetable Gardening|

Here’s a selection of unique, bizarre and interesting plant facts. I got the idea for this post when my good friend Mags was browsing our website and espied an image of Yarrow on the herbs page. She said “why’s yarrow on the herb page? Aren’t they flowers?” I replied “Yes they do flower, however they are classified as a medicinal herb.” To this she replied “oh, I never knew that. That’s interesting”. We both shared a smile and some laughter over that little conversation. She then said; you should do a blog post called “did you know that”.

Kurt Says Water Wisely

By |2021-04-22T11:59:28-04:00June 29th, 2020|Container Gardening, Herbs, Perennials, Plant Care, Seasonal Color, Vegetable Gardening|

Looks like we're in for a run of scorchers the next two weeks. Temperatures climbing into the high to mid nineties for quite a stretch with little or spotty rain forecast. Man those iced teas are gonna quench your thirst while relaxing on the patio. Don't forget your porch/patio containers and your garden beds. Chances are those plants are going to be mighty thirsty also.