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Planting Soil, which type should I use?
There are many planting soils out there. Which one should use? Why do they have so many different names? Is it ok to use the cheap stuff? What is root stimulator? There is a lot of confusion out there for sure, we hope to clear thing up now...Take A Look →
How to Take Care of Quart Sized Plants
Quart sized shrubs and trees are not ready to plant in native soil and need additional time and attention while growing in a pot. This year we would like to offer some plants in smaller containers even though they will not be ready to plant in the ground. This blog contains instructions on how to take care of these young plants if you prefer to grow them to landscape ready size yourself.Take A Look →
A bit about trimming your shrubs and trees...
When should I trim my plants? How often should I trim my plants? Should I use clippers or a hedge trimmer? Will my plants bloom next year if I trim in fall? These are all common questions for most gardeners, even experienced ones. The good news is that most of the time the answer is subjective and depends on your goals and preferences for your garden. It's also a lot of fun to spend the day with your plants, it can be very relaxing.Take A Look →
Getting Your Plants Ready For Winter!
Fall is a great time to plant shrubs and trees in most locations. Once your plantings have been installed in your landscape, its best to spread a little mulch around all new plantings. Mulch helps the root structure of the plant retain moisture during warm months and protects the plants roots from cold temperatures during winter.Take A Look →
Planting in zones 8 and 9.
If your lucky enough to live in a place where it rarely snows, gets very cold, or it never fells all that cold, you probably live in USDA planting zone 8 or 9. Much of the southern part of the country as well as the extreme west coast are all zone 8 or 9. Places like Phoenix, San Francisco, Houston, Orlando, Atlanta, and Portland, Oregon enjoy mild winters where planting shrubs and trees can happen most of the year.Take A Look →