A bouquet in the making. That’s the promise of big, billowing, blooming perennial borders such as this one that features three bullet-proof plants: peonies, lady’s mantle, and cranesbill geranium.
Spring has sprung in many parts of the country, and hungry pollinators are on the wing, looking for food. Just as we need meals to fuel us throughout the day, pollinators need food throughout the seasons.
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Mulch is the icing on the cake to any new landscape design, controlling weeds and offering a multitude of benefits to your garden flowers and plants. It’s a good habit to get into to preserve the look and health of your landscape and flower beds.
April is always an exciting month for me in the greenhouse. The chaos really begins, space starts to become none existent, more and more people start to come in with excitement, and the colors seem to miraculously change overnight.
Seventy –Eight years ago my dad was 6 years old and had to learn how to crank their brand new A-Farmall. It was the first gas powered tractor of the family and the end of the team of horses, the year was 1939.
Find out what is happening around the market this March!
We started planting in the greenhouse two weeks ago and our first round of vegetable transplant seedlings will begin on schedule March 6th with green and red cabbage. We will also seed cauliflower, broccoli and kale that week plus some herbs.
All of the smells that I love about spring are slowly coming back since we started planting on February 13th, officially kicking off our year.
As the snow is melting and the warm weather is approaching it is a great time to get outside to put away your winter equipment and prepare your landscape tools for spring. Going through your tools and cleaning up the yard and landscape beds are great March projects.