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 […]
Spring is coming to us at a slower pace than last year. That is not always a bad thing in the world of gardening. More ground moisture means a healthy start for our gardens. At Pahl’s we celebrate Spring with our annual Open House on Saturday, April 20th. The market will be stocked to the […]
By Gary Pahl The month of June brings the longest days of the year. June is also the wettest month. So what happens? The garden, filled with precious plants, grows the fastest and weeds begin to take over unless you stay on top of it. Weeds are the worst element for the garden. They will […]
“Life is too short for drama, laugh insanely, love truly and forgive quickly” First, you Come to the garden alone, while the dew is still on the roses. FOR THE GARDEN OF YOUR DAILY LIVING , PLANT THREE ROWS OF PEAS: 1. Peace of mind 2. Peace of heart 3. Peace of soul PLANT FOUR […]
Congratulations to Beth Rau & Rod Oman! Beth is one of Pahls fine landscape employees and Rod is our photographer. They took first place in a garden photo contest this past season. All of the plants were grown by Pahls.