You would never know it by the weather outside, but follow the calendar. We have many transplants already up and growing in the greenhouse and will be ready for the fields starting by the end of April.
So it begins, the 2018 CSA season is soon upon us! Many of the questions that I receive from people revolve around what we do in the winter months to prepare for the CSA farm season ahead.
While warmer zones tend to have all the fun with spring blooming trees, those in colder regions can now add this beautiful bloomer to their pallet! Hardy from zones 2 through 8, Gladiator™ is an excellent ornament tree.
Most woody plants require periodic pruning to keep the plants healthy and vigorous.
Find out what is happening around the market this April!
Every year Pahl’s Landscaping department does a wide variety of projects throughout the area. We are excited to start a new series in our newsletter where we will be sharing the details of some of the landscape projects we’ve completed.
April showers bring May flowers! At least that’s what they claim but who knows what is going to happen this year. I always like to look at the 7 day forecast each morning and see what the weather is like, mostly because I want to know if I should wear shorts or not.
As we move into the spring months our plans are put into action and the greenhouses are starting to fill up with flowers and vegetable transplants. Before you know it the dust will be flying and the planters will be rolling.
March is here and spring is right around the corner! As the season is changing yet again in this busy world, you may find yourself with no time to tackle your landscaping projects. We are here to help!
Find out what is happening around the Market this March!