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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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Growing Up with Clematis

This week we are excited to continue Charlie Nardozzi’s guest blog series. He is a nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. In this week’s blog, Charlie gives tips and tricks on how to successfully grow and enjoy Clematis in your garden. Stay tuned throughout the gardening season for more guest bloggers from the gardening world.

January 19, 2012 · Charlie Nardozzi · Comments Closed
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Playing Mother Nature: Forcing Fall Bulbs

For gardeners in frost-free areas, or for those who simply can’t wait to see their Hyacinths bloom in the spring, forcing bulbs is an easy, fun gardening solution. Bulbs such as Tulips, Hyacinths, Crocus and Allium require a chilling period to grow and bloom. We have some helpful tips and tricks that we have learned from forcing bulbs in our test gardens at American Meadows and in our own homes.

November 14, 2011 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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The Secret to Successful Wildflowers: It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

First Year Annuals "How do I get best results from my wildflower planting?" It’s a question I get over and over. So assuming you purchased a quality wildflower seed mix with a nice variety of annuals and perennials and may (or may not) have read the instructions that came with the mix, here are the [...]

September 21, 2010 · Mike Lizotte · 3 Comments
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