Heat-Loving Annuals

Posted on June 18th, 2019

Part of the reason why people can be so nervous to plant this time of the year is the heat! To put your mind at ease, why not bring on summer with these sun-loving, and heat-tolerant annuals! Pentas – This is the best annual pollinator! if you have a butterfly garden, this is a must-have. It produces […]

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Summer Planting

Posted on June 18th, 2019

Summer Planting? Who knew it was so easy! One of the many questions we usually start hearing this time of year is “Can I still plant in the summer? We understand why people may be nervous but the answer is an overwhelming YES! Here are six easy tips to follow before you get started: 1)   Choose the right […]

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Pool & Patio Oasis

Posted on June 10th, 2019

June is here, bring on the sun and fun! June is the time to get ready for all the summer parties or get togethers with our family and friends. I love creating a little oasis on my patio at home, a place where I can sit back and relax with those that I love. This […]

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Dads Love Their Lawns

Posted on June 10th, 2019

Dads love their lawns. Lots of moms do too but today we are going to focus on the dads. Often while the family is off shopping for flowers in the greenhouse, the dads hang out in the lawn care corner with all the cool lawn stuff and lots of questions about how to get the […]

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Lilacs: Sweetest Thing in the Garden

Posted on April 29th, 2019

When people think of lilacs, the first thing that comes to mind is the wonderfully fragrant flowers. Follow these three requirements to ensure your lilacs are the rock stars of your spring garden: Drainage / Soil Lilacs are found growing naturally on hills and edges of mountain woodlands, so they prefer fertile, well-drained soil with a neutral (pH of 7) to alkaline […]

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Spring Checklist

Posted on April 16th, 2019

Spring is the busiest time in your garden, and it can be easy to miss some important tasks that you’ll kick yourself for later. But good news! This spring checklist is customized for you—gardening in the New England climate—and it’s what we follow to keep our own gardens in tip-top shape to enjoy for months to […]

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Fruit Trees 101

Posted on April 1st, 2019

Don’t you want your family and friends to look at your fruit trees this year and exclaim, “What a fruiting beauty?! Wouldn’t it be wonderful to share your bountiful harvest of peaches, apples, and plums with those you love? I am assuming your answer is a hardy “Yes!” Okay then, let’s make this happen. Fruit […]

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T’WAS STACEY’S LAST TIP BEFORE CHRISTMAS

Posted on December 14th, 2018

T’WAS STACEY’S LAST TIP BEFORE CHRISTMAS, WHEN ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE,  SOME CREATURES WERE STIRRING, MAYBE IT WAS A MOUSE. THE FRUIT FLY TRAPS WERE SET BY THE FRUIT BOWL WITH CARE,  IN HOPES THAT FRUIT FLIES SOON WOULD NOT BE THERE. THE MOUSE BAIT WAS PLACED STRATEGICALLY SO,  NO MICE A NESTLING WOULD GO, […]

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TOP 4 HOUSEPLANTS TO GIVE AND GET THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

Posted on December 14th, 2018

There’s so much to love about the holiday season — the cooking and baking, the time spent with family and friends, and the festive plants. Poinsettias or a blooming Christmas cactus are compact yet boast of holiday spirit. The more plants, the merrier! With just a little care, holiday houseplants can continue to thrive throughout […]

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Holiday Gift Guide 2018

Posted on December 11th, 2018

Each year we gather a few of our favorite things together in an effort to help you find your loved ones the perfect gift! 1. STONE DUCKS range $34.99-$74.99 2. RECYCLED BARNWOOD BIRDHOUSE $54.99 3. FROG RAIN GAUGE $34.99 4. BIRDSEED BIRDFEEDER $11.99 1. HESTRA GLOVES FOR HIM $15.99 2. OKATSUNA PRUNERS $49.99 3. SPEAR HEAD SPADE […]

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