Butterflies are beautiful pollinators that you can attract to your home with a few simple steps. Not only are you helping to support a necessary population of pollinators, but with some easy tips, you can encourage Continue Reading.
What we are doing in our gardens in the late fall to prepare for the colder winter months Bring in Irrigation Timers & Shut down irrigation If you have a hose drip irrigation system, it is Continue Reading.
Applying an Anti-Transpirant Like Wilt Pruf or Wilt Stop Can Help Prevent Unsightly Winter Damage to New Evergreen Plantings Plants and especially new plantings need water throughout the year — even through their winter dormancy period. Continue Reading.
What we are doing in our gardens in the early Fall Reseed your Lawn Early fall is the absolute BEST time to grow grass from seed because the soil is still warm, but the air is Continue Reading.
Think again — Fall is Perfect for Planting! Contrary to what you might think, fall is one of the best times of year to plant trees and shrubs. In the fall, most plants prepare for winter Continue Reading.
Looking for summer flowers in your garden? Think Hydrangeas. While you are sure to have found an old-fashioned, blue-pink, snowball-type hydrangea in your Grandmother’s garden, today there are many different varieties of Hydrangea available to consider Continue Reading.
Crape myrtle trees and bushes provide year-round interest with their summer flowers, colorful fall foliage, and attractive exfoliating bark While springtime is the time of year when most trees put on their floral display, there are Continue Reading.
What we are doing in our gardens during mid-summer Managing our Gardens Have a little too much growing in your beds or are things getting a bit overgrown? Let us help you keep your plants properly Continue Reading.