Find out what is happening around the market this October!
Personally I love the fall with the leaves turning colors and the cool mornings that make that cup of Hazelnut coffee at Holiday taste exceptionally good. Pumpkin harvest is in full swing providing we can get them out in between the rain showers and the heavy dew that seems to last until noon some mornings.
You may get lucky and get a kiss from your sweetheart, but if you want to plant the new University of Minnesota apple you may have to wait until the year 2034. This is when the patent on the tree expires.
Not only is it my favorite month, but around Pahl’s there is everything a person could ask for. Mums are in full bloom, with an assortment of colors ranging from yellow to red.
The project we will share this month was completed in Burnsville and consisted of removing some old over grown shrubs, rock and edging followed up with the installation of soil, edging, outcroppings, plant material, preen and mulch.
Pahl’s Market Pumpkin Patch opens Saturday, October 6th! Located next to Kings Park on Dodd Blvd across from the Lakeville Police Department. Hours: Fridays 4pm-6pm Saturdays & Sundays throughout October 10am-5pm Thurs Oct. 18th & Fri Oct. 19th 10am-5pm
Pahl’s Landscaping season seems like it will never end, which is a good problem to have! It was tough to choose a project to share this month because we have had a lot of beautiful intstalls in August. I decided on a project that was done in Rosemount not too far from Pahl’s and involved […]
Wow! It is hard to believe July is over and we are on to August. With the late spring, it seems like we just started with landscaping jobs. Pahl’s had another great month of landscaping with the install of beautiful projects. August tends to be a busy month, it’s the start of the Minnesota State […]
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. At this point, not very many people want to buy more flowers because that, of course, means more […]
The trend for breeding smaller plants continues with Baby Lace Hydrangea. It is an all pop Hydrangea with creamy white, cone-shaped flowers. Its flowers are similarly shaped like Limelight Hydrangea but differ as it is a 4 x 4 compact plant. Baby Lace Hydrangea was developed by one of the worlds foremost Horticulturist and breeder, […]