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Gardening Projects

For more than 75 years, gardeners have trusted their gardens to the expert advice and premium products available at Earl May Nursery and Garden Centers. No matter your experience level our gardening projects are sure to help you grow your own way; turning your outdoor “blah” into your outdoor getaway.

10 Easy-Care Houseplants

Don't worry, be happy.  It's a motto we should all try to live by.  Matter of fact, there is even a song written about it. Or maybe the song was written and now it's a motto?  Either way, it's still a good one. We think one way be happier is placing houseplants in your home [...]

4 Reasons We Love Succulents And You Should Too

Have you noticed?  Succulents are everywhere!  We are seeing them used as popular interior design elements and also for unique feature plants in outdoor container gardens. No matter the style of decor…rustic, classic or modern…they are everywhere.  But why?  They require little care, making them the perfect houseplant for those with busy schedules…they originate from [...]

How to Set Up Your Life-Like Artificial Tree

Check out this short video on how to set up your artificial tree this holiday season. Create a life-like look with these tips and tricks! Why buy Earl May? Check out this blog post. To view our selection of artificial trees, check out our online shop.

Protect Your Trees and Shrubs from Winter Burn

Did you know that trees and shrubs can become dehydrated just like you?  You might have noticed a few evergreens and shrubs turning brown last winter. This damage, called winter burn, can affect many outdoor trees and plants including Arborvitae, Boxwood, Yew, Rhododendron and Holly. Some people believe winter burn is caused by cold temperatures. [...]

2020-11-03T11:38:55-05:00Gardening, Shrubs, Trees|

Fall Planting is the Best!

In our Midwest climate, mid-August to mid-October is an ideal time for Fall planting for a variety of plants. We love this time of year as the weather cools above ground while the soil stays warm below ground. This is especially important to promote good roots for a hardier plant next spring. Trees & Shrubs [...]

2020-09-14T15:17:03-05:00Gardening, Landscaping|
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