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May is a busy month!┬áNow that the weather is warming up, it’s a great time to get your plants in the ground and start giving your garden the attention it really needs.   General garden care Install raised beds if not done earlier. Fertilize roses...

April is prime time to get planting! It’s a good month to plant most trees, shrubs, and perennials. Planting annuals and vegetables that could tolerate a potential frost (spinach, snapdragons, lettuce, etc.) is also a great idea! April is also an ideal time to dig...

Crabgrass is an annual weed that can be a homeowner’s most frustrating lawn problem. With germination periods of up to six months, crabgrass can quickly takeover your lawn, robbing it of its moisture and nutrients. Though it may be impossible to prevent all crabgrass, you can reduce the...

March is the month when many of the beautiful spring flowering perennials and shrubs begin to bloom. With Spring just around the corner, it is time to get serious and get the garden ready! The fickle weather of March makes it impossible to set exact dates...

By: Ron Kushner   There are many bulbs that bloom throughout the summer, giving incredible displays of color and texture in the garden all season long. They also provide flowers, fragrance and brilliant color on a deck, patio or outdoor living area. Lilies, tuberous begonias,...

By: Ron Kushner   Poinsettias are leafy plants, typically with dark green leaves topped with colored, modified leaf bracts which are often incorrectly considered to be flowers or flower petals. The real flowers are tiny, mostly berrylike in the center of each colored leaf bract....

Repotting and Basic Care for Houseplants – $10 Learn the basic techniques for proper transplanting of our house plants. Katelyn will demonstrate the proper ways to move your plants from one container to another, including picking which pot size to use as well as fertilizer...

By: Ron Kushner   Organic: First, let me address the subject of “organic” seed. For years, the word “organic” loosely referred to plants produced without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers but there did not exist any real standard or regulation. In 2002, the USDA established the...

Birds are great visitors to any garden. The greater the diversity of plants, the more successful you will be in attracting a variety of birds. Include as many native plants as possible as they have evolved along with the birds providing food and shelter in...