Tim Bartholomew (Bart) is Pahl’s Featured Employee for May. Did you know he has been in the industry for 25 years.
The month of May is one of the most uplifting times of the year for gardeners. We see our gardens come to life again and treasure each new shoot as it emerges from the soil in our perennial gardens. The buds on trees swell and burst forth with the glory of green. From the palest [...]
We survived April! At times there may have been some doubt. We had many brave souls come to our Spring Open House last month, even though it didn’t feel like spring with snow on the ground. The seminars were fun and informative. The food sampling was delicious. And the sale was wonderful. Many strolled through [...]
The days are getting warmer and the snow just may be on vacation until this fall. Your landscape seems to be lacking in color early in the growing season. Currently, the variety of colors you have consist of light green, medium green and dark green in your landscape during the spring and early summer months. [...]
Honeysuckle: A Decorative and Functional Vine Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle (Lonicera x brownii) is a hardy, twining, climbing vine that is easily trained on a trellis, arbor, or through a garden shrub. Its spring flowers, though not fragrant, are a beautiful combination of red or coral on the outside with yellow-orange inside. The flowers bloom from [...]
This is the latest spring we have ever not gotten into the field. Yes, records are for one thing and one thing only, to be broken. Patience has definitely been tested around here and we are trying to hold a positive spin on things.
Mothers everywhere deserve a little extra love on their special day and Pahl’s Market can provide beautiful flowers that will bring a smile to her face all summer long.
Check out Pahl’s very own Master Gardener and Fairy Godmother Jackie Overom talk about the latest trend in Fairy Gardening, TERRARIUMS, on KSTP Channel 5.
It is time to start thinking about your lawn. Now available at Pahl’s, the Bonide 4-Phase Fertilizer Program.
Last year we were two weeks ahead of normal planting time. This year we will most likely be two weeks behind, no worries, we learn to adjust and make it work.