Landscape professionals understand the importance of nurturing and maintaining the green spaces they create. This blog will let you in on some insider information that professionals use to ensure the survivability of their newly planted masterpieces.
Whether you're cultivating topiaries in pots or integrating them into your landscape, mastering their care and pruning techniques is essential for maintaining their captivating beauty. As a professional plant grower, we’re here to guide you through the process, from choosing the right tools to post-pruning care.
This blog post will explain why fall is the ideal time to plant in the Mid-Atlantic area. Additionally, it will provide advice on how to care for your new plants during the winter months.
While pruning your hydrangeas may initially seem simple and unintimidating, the timing and methods used are incredibly important to the well-being of your flowering shrub. Let us show you the best practices on when and how to prune your hydrangeas!
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Combination planters and mixed hanging baskets are perfect ways to add color, texture, and joy to your outdoor living spaces. Check out these ten stunning planter recipes for a kickstart into spring. Just add a planter and some soil, water, and sun - instant color!
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To incorporate winter interest into your home landscaping, try this technique: make sure your garden has good anchors and that your home has good foundation plants. These two principles of landscaping are great ways to bring evergreen foliage and winter interest into your garden designs. Read on to learn the difference between anchors and foundation plants, and why early winter can help you choose the right ones!
Gardeners don't need much to get the job done, but there are certain tools that will make gardening even easier to enjoy. Read on to learn the top tools every plant enthusiast will love, and bonus gift ideas too!
Match your plants to your personal sense of style. Or, these days, you can let a professional plant stylist do it for you! Learn how these creatives help plant parents make sure their spaces feel balanced and their plants thrive.
What do cinnamon, coffee grounds, and eggshells have in common? They are all used as natural solutions to common garden and houseplant problems!
Pollination is the act of moving pollen grains from one flower to another in order to fertilize and eventually produce fruit and seeds. While pollen can be carried from flower to flower by wind, it is more often carried by insects and other animals which rely on these plants for nutrients. Read More...