I like to refer to August as the limbo month of the garden center world. Everyone is in the midst of summer and have seen their flowers grow into the beautiful full plants we knew they’d become.
Hard to believe it is already July! I always remember thinking July is the sign that summer is halfway through and school is just around the corner. We recently planted all of our mum pots for this fall.
Corn on the cob, fresh fruits and vegetables, the state fair, cool summer nights, bonfires, and mosquitoes all remind me of summer. For much of you it is probably the same.
Flower buds are popping, Bees are buzzing, and the slow panic of “what am I going to do with my house this spring” starts to slowly become a reality.
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.
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.
A lot of work goes on in the month of November for us to transition our greenhouse from a fall festive destination to a winter wonderland for December.
The days have grown shorter and the nights longer, but we are still managing to keep busy. This is by far my favorite time of the year and we have plenty to offer in the greenhouse. Clean up is a big part of this time of the year as well.
Hard to believe it is already September and the summer has come and gone. With the kids going back to school, it is time to start thinking about going back to your garden.
The hottest month of the year is upon us! Gardens are amazing as they change and grow all summer and about this time of year most people should be enjoying the fruits of their spring labors. Most long blooming perennials are in full swing and annual garden beds and hanging baskets are bursting with blooms!