It is time to start thinking about your lawn. Now available at Pahl’s, the Bonide 4-Phase Fertilizer Program.
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and most importantly the snow appears to be gone. As spring approaches, the first things you might notice are the lawns turning green and plants starting to peak through the soil. It is very important not to get in a hurry when working on your lawns, you […]
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.
Here in Apple Valley at Pahl’s Market we average 49.9 inches of the white stuff annually. That sounds like a lot of shoveling but it usually comes only a few inches at a time. Once in a while we get a whopper storm but that just adds to the drama of our wonderful winters. Our […]
If so are they the type that have been found to remain in the plant and cause problems for bees and other friendly insects? I have noticed there are fewer bees around my hanging baskets and am very concerned that next year I may have to just buy seeds and try my luck with them. […]
Last year we were two weeks ahead of normal planting time. This year we will most likely be two weeks behind, no worries, we learn to adjust and make it work. Read More
Before the holes are dug, the plants planted and the mulch installed, stop and think about how the plants will react to the surroundings. Will they look lush, heavy with blooms and have intense fall color or will they be sparse, with few blooms, washed out fall color and look weaker by the year? Typical […]
The work day begins with you walking into the garage, past the snow blower, lawn mower, bikes, golf clubs, and landscape tools. The snow blower had a tune-up last fall, the mower has been cleaned up and blade sharpened, the bikes have been cleaned and polished, and the golf clubs have been spit shined… See […]
By Jackie Overom As we plan ahead for our Spring gardening fun many folks love to begin by deciding what to plant from seed. By starting seeds indoors here in Minnesota zone 4, you can get a 4 to 6 week head start on the gardening season. Some crops such as tomatoes and peppers will […]
There are some basics to remember when selecting a tree to plant. Some of the things to consider when selecting a tree are the size of the tree at maturity, growth rate, tolerances, hardiness, soil, and site preparation. The mature size of the tree should complement the space or surroundings. It should be able to reach […]