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Fall is for Wildflowers!

With warm days and cooling nights, fall presents the perfect time to plant Wildflowers.  Fall planting mimics the natural life cycle when flowers begin to fade, produce and drop seed.  Fall planting can allow for earlier blooms the following spring, which is appealing to anyone that lives in a region with short summers and long winters! 

August 1, 2013 · Mike Lizotte · 2 Comments
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Join us to Learn About Summer Maintenance

We hope you’ll be able to join our garden experts next Thursday, July 18h at 6 PM EST for a webinar about summer maintenance of your garden. We’ll talk about maintaining your Perennial, Bulb, Vegetable and Wildflower beds as well as be answering your questions live! Please click here to register and attend the event.

July 10, 2013 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Webinar Event Schedule Through the Fall Season

We’re excited to be hosting a variety of webinars throughout the summer and fall months. Below is a schedule of what you can expect and please visit our webinar page to sign up for the most recent webinar in advance. You can also go directly to this page on the day of the event to watch – Pre-registration is not necessary. To watch videos of our past webinars, please visit our YouTube page.

July 5, 2013 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Q & A with our Master Gardeners

We are excited to be hosting a Q & A Webinar with our certified Master Gardeners this coming Tuesday, June 18th at 5:30 PM EST. Read more about it in our blog.

June 12, 2013 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Hummingbirds are on Their Way!

Hummingbirds are on their way back. It’s time to get ready for them. This is my 5th year photographing hummingbirds. Planning my hummingbird area is always a time for me to get creative. Not only do I have to think like a hummingbird but I also need to think like a photographer.

April 30, 2013 · Garden Writer · Comments Closed
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Knowing and Growing Peonies

If you live where Peonies grow, it’s the same every year in late spring. Certain homes have them in beds, borders, along drives – and anywhere they grow, they create probably the most beautiful clump of flowering of the whole season. Big, usually fluffy flowers in glossy green foliage.

April 12, 2013 · Ray Allen · One Comment
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Planting Tips from our Gardening Team

We continue our “Planting Tips from our Gardening Team” series with tips from two of our most knowledgeable gardeners. Erin gives tips on planting and cutting Gladiolus and Paula explains why her Garden Journal is one of her most helpful resources. Enjoy!

March 29, 2013 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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It’s not too Early to Start Planning your Wildflower Meadow!

As I look out my window in my office, the giant snowflakes falling from the sky create a carpet of fresh snow. Sounds nice– Or, does it!? I speak to gardeners all across the country and many in warmer climates are getting ready for their “rainy season,” signaling spring is not far behind. 

January 17, 2013 · Mike Lizotte · Comments Closed
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When Spring Blooms Fade

With the gorgeous display of spring blooms fading in much of the country, our customers are asking “What do I do when my spring flowers have faded?” We are here to help with instructions on how (and why) to care for your precious bulbs once they have finished blooming for the spring.

April 20, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · One Comment
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Think Spring: Preparing Your Soil

Like children, plants need a healthy environment to thrive and mature to their fullest potential. As spring is just around the corner, or already here for many, it is time to prepare your soil for planting. This is a simple and fulfilling process and your plants will thank you (with their beautiful blooms or delicious crops) when they have just the right environment to grow.

March 16, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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