Posts Tagged "tropicals"
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 year […]Read More
As the days get shorter it is now time to start thinking about what we need to do to over-winter our plants. While your plants have enjoyed being outside this summer they need to come in before the temperatures dip below 50 degrees consistently. Now that covers most plants. But, there is one plant that over-winters […]Read More
Can you overwinter your tropicals? The answer is yes!! If you think about it, what do you have to lose? Here are a few of my Favorites. Hibiscus, palms, mandevillas, bougainvillea, elephant ears, and canna lilies. To get started let’s break them down into two different categories. The tree category will be your hibiscus, palms, […]Read More
June is right around the corner, there’s no time like the present to turn your home into a tropical oasis of your very own. As the weather starts warming up there’s nothing like sitting in your own backyard surrounded by tropical plants making memories to last a lifetime with your family. I always seem to […]Read More
As the days get shorter it is now time to start thinking about what we need to do to over-winter our plants. While your plants have enjoyed being outside this summer they need to come in before the temperatures dip below 50 degrees. The proper way to handle the transition is to slowly inch their […]Read More
I think we have all dreamed of being able to re-create that feeling we get when we are on vacation in the tropics. The large palms, beautiful flowering trees, and fragrant climbing vines have a few of us doing our best to transform our yards into our own personal oasis, that we can come home […]Read More
The wait is over! Our courtyard here at Van Wilgen’s is filled with Lemons, Limes, and Brown Turkey Figs. The amazing smell of citrus fills the room. Growing Your own citrus or figs can be a very rewarding experience. By just providing them with their basic needs you will be able to sit back and […]Read More