We Answer Your Top Questions for Fall

We Answer Your Top Questions for Fall

The lazy gardener wins in the fall. Our philosophy is to leave it up until spring unless it’s a plant like peonies or phlox that tend to get powdery mildew on their leaves. Those perennials you would want to cut back and throw away the leaves in the garbage....
Growing Gourmet in a Cooler Climate

Growing Gourmet in a Cooler Climate

When you think vegetables you might think spring is the time to plant them but, you CAN plant some veggies in the fall with great results. Many of the leafy greens like Swiss chard, kale, and lettuce as well as cole crops like broccoli and cabbage love the cooler...
Fall Planting For Spring Blooms

Fall Planting For Spring Blooms

September through October is a great time to plant. Everything from deciduous trees and evergreens to shrubs and perennials get a head start on root growth when planted in the fall. While the hole is dug and the soil is loose, adding bulbs in with fall plantings is a...