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April, It Grows Again!

Fairy Garden

April is the month of great change in our gardens. It is also a huge change at Pahl’s Market. We have the greenhouses filling up with beautiful plants and the market is bursting at the seams with all kinds of treasures. All of our favorite seasonal staff is returning and we begin again.

March, It is Spring

Cool Weather Annuals

Let’s warm up! March brings us a variety of temperatures and a mixed bag of precipitation. We can enjoy calm warm sunny days and survive blasting cold winds with raging snow in the same month. I think that is what makes Minnesota folks so tough and adaptable. One sure reprieve from the weather is the […]

It is Cookie Month!

holiday workshop

I know, this is a gardening article, but isn’t December the month to eat cookies? What a glorious, festive time of year. Yum! In reality, it’s a lovely time of year to decorate for the season with fresh evergreens and a little Holiday bling! We carry a full line of fresh evergreens for you to […]

November is not Just for Turkeys

Spruce Tip Pots

Though November fills our thoughts with wonderful turkey dinners and great family times, at Pahl’s we are already in the busy Christmas mode. Our decorative evergreens are arriving, the market looks like a Christmas wonderland, we begin the sprucetip workshops, and the production of our custom line of Christmas pots is in full swing. The […]

Spooky October

Fall Decor

October is beautiful Autumn color, raking leaves, chilly evenings, cozy fires, soup in the crockpot, pumpkins and mums by your front door, Halloween treats, and time to slow down and settle in for the season ahead. I love October!! It just feels good to enjoy the change.

September in Your Garden

Perennial_Grass-Korean-Reed

All right, we know you may want to relax and get cozy by a warm fire as nights cool down. Gardening chores are really at a minimum in September. Some things are slowing down but others are just taking off. Watch for asters, turtlehead, and perennial mums to begin to bloom. The vine “Hops” forms […]

Things are Heating Up

August in Bloom

August is the month to sit in the shade with a glass of ice tea and observe the mature garden you have brought to life again this year. Gardens are amazing as they change and grow all summer. A few of my favorite long blooming perennials are now in full swing. Rudbeckia Goldstrum (black-eyed susan) […]

July in Bloom

July in Bloom

Welcome to sunny July. Here we go with the height of summer. Barbecues, root beer floats, smores, and colorful gardens. Life is good! In July we begin to enjoy the benefits of our spring garden chores. Your annual flowers should be thriving and beautiful, and your vegetable gardens will be bringing food to the table.

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