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 cold weather has officially moved in and another season has seemed to have flown by! On to the next as they always say and I could not be more excited. Out with the pumpkins, and in with the Spruce tips, kissing balls, and Christmas trees.
I like to refer to August as the limbo month of the garden center world. Everyone is in the midst of summer and flowers have grown into the beautiful full plants. At this point everything kind of sits in limbo and we get the pleasure of watching one season end and another begin taking place […]
Japanese beetles are small pests that carry a big threat. They do not discriminate on what types of plants to feed on, in fact, they are classified as a pest to hundreds of different plants.
Preparing your roses for the long winters sleep has never been easier than it is with the Easy Elegance Roses.
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.
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, […]
Bailey’s final feature for National Rose Month last month was the velvety dark red Kashmir Rose. Each full 3″ bloom resembles a hybrid tea, that just begs to be cut and shown off in a vase.