Gardening 101

Two Mailbox Garden Design Ideas

By | May 13, 2022

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Creating a good first impression in life is essential. When a visitor comes to your home the first thing they see can leave a lasting impression. Commonly the first thing a guest notices on your property is the entryway which often includes the mailbox. Upon entering, the mailbox may display your address or is located at the end of the…Read More

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20 Summer Flower and Garden Tips

By | March 18, 2022
Breeder's Mix Geranium
Breeder's Mix Geranium

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Spending time in the garden is one of the best parts of summer! Gardening is a labor of love for many. The learning never stops even for the most experienced gardener and is what keeps people coming back to their garden. Learning growing tips and fun facts about summer flower bulbs and perennials provides for the betterment of the garden.…Read More

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Deciding on a Color Theme for the Summer Garden

By | February 11, 2022
Dahlias Next To House
Dahlias Next To House

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Planning a garden involves making decisions. What to plant? Where to plant? How many flowers to plant? In order to answer these questions and make decisions, it is important to think about other factors that influence these decisions. Knowing how tall and wide a perennial or bulb grows is necessary when planning. Determining other attributes such as is it fragrant?…Read More

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Summer Flower Bulb Basics

By | April 1, 2021
Healthy Lily Bulbs
Healthy Lily Bulbs

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Spring is here! The grass is green, buds are swelling and flowers are beginning to emerge. Planting season has arrived. The excitement of a tracking email has hit your inbox. The order of bulbs will arrive in a couple of days. You patiently wait a couple of days. Finally, “delivery day” has arrived! You rush to get the package, open…Read More

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Tips for Success with Growing Bare Root Perennials

By | March 25, 2021
Nora Columbine
Nora Columbine

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Perennial plants are increasing in demand. Gardeners enjoy planting perennials in their gardens because of their long life cycles. Most perennial plants live at least 3 years, with many perennials living for decades. The increase in people planting perennials means people are planting them in different ways. Planting bare root perennials is an increasingly popular way to add these garden…Read More

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Complete Guide to Growing Daylilies

By | March 4, 2021
Blueberry Sundae Daylily
Blueberry Sundae Daylily

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Daylilies are one of the most beloved perennials. They tolerate difficult growing conditions and are considered one of the easiest perennials to grow. Not only are they easy to grow, they bloom in a variety of colors. The possibilities are nearly endless when it comes to daylily bloom color choices. According to the American Hemerocallis Society, there are over 60,000…Read More

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Forcing Hyacinths For Indoor Blooms in 8 Simple Steps

By | January 6, 2021
Mixed Hyacinths
Mixed Hyacinths

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How to Force Hyacinth Bulbs Most fall-planted bulbs (such as tulips, daffodils, and hyacinth) require a chilling period in order for them to bloom and grow correctly. In climates where the winter temperatures remain cold enough for an adequate period of time (zones 2 through 7), this chilling period is provided naturally when bulbs are planted outdoors. However, if planting…Read More

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Best Spring Blooming Bulbs for Warm Climates

By | December 17, 2020
Big Impact Allium
Big Impact Allium

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Who doesn’t want to enjoy the colors and scents of spring in their garden? In spring most gardens in the United States will bloom with colorful tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths. However, not all gardens are able to enjoy the same flowers as others due to regional climate differences. Fall planted bulbs like tulips and hyacinths require specific temperatures in order…Read More

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