Spring Rejuvenation!

Posted by on 2 March 2012 | 11:46 am

How to Prune Crapemyrtles!

How to correctly prune a crapemyrtle!

Posted by on 16 January 2012 | 2:21 pm

Gift Ideas for the Gardener on Your List!

Read on for some great gift ideas! It’s Christmas time again!  And whether you need gift ideas for you, or someone you love, these will do the trick! Support our local artists!  The Good Earth now has wonderful candles, pottery, soaps and jewelry to choose from. Collectibles from Mark Roberts are on sale for a [...]

Posted by on 12 December 2011 | 10:00 am

How to keep your Christmas greenery fresh:

Posted by on 17 November 2011 | 2:51 pm

How to Force an Amaryllis:

Posted by on 10 November 2011 | 5:18 pm

Top 10 Beauty Secrets for your landscape!

Posted by on 25 October 2011 | 4:24 pm

Taking care of your beloved plants!

During the summer, plant health issues are more prevalent than any other time of year..  Extreme heat and drought expose problems that might have been brewing since last season or even last year.  And as with all kinds of health issues, awareness and prevention are the keys! Damaging insects can cause a destructive domino effect.  For [...]

Posted by on 22 July 2011 | 10:48 am

Stop the Angst!

The floodwaters have receded but what remains might be a new mosquito habitat! Stagnant water is usually the culprit, so walk around your landscape, and empty any standing water. And then immediately investigate and fix the area to prevent future standing water, because you may forget after the next rain. Damp areas like old leaf piles [...]

Posted by on 30 June 2011 | 11:29 am

Wise Watering

Well, the rains have let up. Like really let up, as in no rain at all in the past few weeks! If you haven’t used your sprinkler system yet, you will need to soon. Or if you haven’t spread out those hoses and come up with a game plan, you might want to. Don’t let lack of water be the [...]

Posted by on 14 June 2011 | 12:04 pm

A Tough Beauty

There are many plants that capture our imagination and make us want to plant large swaths throughout our landscape. Sometimes these treasured plants look amazing but don’t fare well over time. This plant, the invincible Oakleaf Hydrangea is another story! Oakleaf Hydrangeas have a totally different look to them than the traditional mophead or lacecap hydrangeas. [...]

Posted by on 24 May 2011 | 11:15 am