Posts Tagged "fall planting"

Fall Flower Power

Posted on August 22nd, 2019

As summer comes to an end, rustic autumn colors sweep in as the season’s vibrant blooms begin to fade. Keep your garden looking fresh this year with some fall flowering plants in your space! Utilize plants with late bloom times and apply Bloom Booster to ensure your flowers are reaching maximum potential. Here’s Our Top Flowering […]

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FANTASTIC FALL FAVORITES

Posted on August 31st, 2018

It’s always a good day for the team when we can take a minute to talk about some of our favorite plants. Fall is a fantastic time to plant, and an even better time to admire the landscape. We put pen to paper and came up with a few of our favorite Autumn plants. If you […]

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Help Pollinators survive the Winter

Posted on October 5th, 2017

October has arrived and with it comes fall flavors. Pumpkin spice pops up practically wherever you go. And there’s nothing like a freshly picked apple or glass of apple cider. Pollinators know it‘s fall too and they could use some help from your garden. This time of year is known as nectar flow, where many major […]

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Our Top Plants for Foliage Color

Posted on September 21st, 2017

We love the contrasts and textures of fall foliage. From grasses to trees we have compiled a bakers dozen of our favorites to see in the autumn landscape. If you don’t see your favorite let us know, we are always interested in what you are planting!   Hydrangea ‘Little Quick Fire’ Blueberries Witch Hazel Itea […]

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Fall Hydrangea Care Guide

Posted on September 7th, 2017

Caring for your hydrangea can make all the difference for next year’s blooms. Hydrangea’s are strong and can come back from almost anything when given enough time and proper care.   Just follow these fall tips for pruning and maintenance. It isn’t complicated.   Identify It is important to identify your variety first because some […]

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FALL IS FOR PLANTING: TREES

Posted on September 1st, 2017

The best time to plant a tree or shrub is in the fall. A well-placed tree will cool your home in summer and block cold winter winds. Not to mention that the aesthetics can increase your home’s curb appeal and add value. Even though you may be prepping for winter, you can still set your new tree […]

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It’s Hard to Believe

Posted on August 25th, 2017

Well we all made it through the one of the rainiest spring and early summer seasons we ever seen.  Mother Nature was a huge help to us keeping all of our plant s wet with minimal hand watering.  With summer now winding down things are now showing signs of drying out. As we get into […]

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Don’t stop believing, your garden reinvented.

Posted on August 18th, 2017

So you just finished harvesting all of your crops, you have tomatoes in every drawer in your kitchen and your garden is cut back. What now? With enough time left before the first frost, you can still get another crop in the ground. Whether you are a planner or a fly by the seat of […]

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