13 04, 2024

Open for the 2024 Season!

2024-04-13T12:26:06-05:00April 13th, 2024|

garden centre open

Spring is finally here, and we are now open for the 2024 season!  

Trees, evergreens, and shrubs are now available in the Garden Centre display, along with perennials, seeds, and soils. Flowers, vegetables, and herbs will be arriving in the near future.

If you are looking for something in particular, give us a call and we will let you know if it has arrived.  We look forward to serving you this year!

28 05, 2022

It’s a great time to plant!

2022-05-28T15:34:53-05:00May 28th, 2022|

Have you visited your local garden centre yet this year?  This is a great time to get your gardens planted.  Whether you are looking for flowers (annuals or perennials), herbs and vegetables, or shrubs and trees, we’ve got you covered! We look forward to serving you this season.

21 04, 2018

When the Barn Comes Down…

2018-04-24T15:44:10-05:00April 21st, 2018|

When you come by the nursery this year, you will notice something big is missing.  Our big red barn!  That barn has been a landmark and and symbolic presence for the forty years we have been in business.  And now, it is no more.  Stay tuned for big changes and new development later this year, but in the meantime, please enjoy the final moments before the professionals brought the barn down in March!

4 05, 2015

Spring Pruning Tips

2018-04-25T18:54:58-05:00May 4th, 2015|

If you haven’t already begun to think about gardening, now is the time! Pruning is a very important step in maintaining the health and shape of your plants, and encouraging growth, aeration, and fruit/flowers.

Visit our Growing Tips page for general information on pruning shrubs and evergreens (including direction on when to prune different plants).

Right now (spring) is a great time to prune your roses. Here are some important tips and steps to consider for spring pruning of roses:

Pruning Roses

  • Before you begin to prune your rose bush, make sure you have a sharp pair of hand sheers.
  • First cut away any dead wood and remove any canes that are broken or damaged. Make your cuts at a 45 degree angle, and about 1/4 inch above a bud that is facing towards the outside of the plant.
  • It is also important to get rid of suckers that are growing from the ground.
  • Floribundas, hybrid teas, and grandifloras bloom on new growth, so it is important to prune them back to 1/2 to 2/3 the plant’s height. Remove interior canes to promote good air circulation.
  • For climbing roses, prune to remove winter damage and dead wood.
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