Seasonal Projects

Winter Container Gardens

Don’t put those pots away just because it’s cold outside! Our fresh cut greens will make a beautiful winter container that will keep you feeling festive through the holiday season and beyond! Keep them simple or add berry picks, birch logs, pine cones and more. Make your house sparkle and add lights to your outdoor [...]

Pruning Advice for Fall

Plants to Prune in Fall or Winter Fall pruning usually only involves perennials that die back to the ground. Specific examples include Daylilies, Hostas, and other herbaceous perennials.  When done at the right time, most pull off without using a pruners. As for trees, only Oaks need pruning in the winter months to help prevent oak [...]

Fall Decorating Made Easy!

Do you love the look of fall - deep reds and greens contrasting with vibrant yellows and oranges?  These looks are easy to get and add warmth to your home as the temperatures begin to cool. Mums A fall favorite with fabulous colors will perk up the any patio containers. Buckets and boxes make great [...]

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I have standing water in my dry creekbed that gets algae. How do I keep that from happening?

Thank you for your question, Kim. I'm not sure if there was any product underneath the rock of the dry creek bed.  If you used plastic or fabric, you may need to poke holes in it to help aerate so the water is able to go through.  Also, there may be frost still in the [...]

2020 Moonsign Pamphlet

Gardening by the sign of the moon has been a long standing tradition among some gardeners. This includes the best time to plant leafy greens and vegetables, when to cultivate, or the best dates for harvesting. LLewelyn's 2020 Moon Sign Book has all the information needed to determine these best dates according to the moon's sign. Each [...]