Monthly Gardening Tips

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October Gardening Tips

The fall and winter are difficult seasons for many plants, but don’t despair. There are still container plant options that will cheer you up through the end of the year.


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November Tips

It may be cold now, but it’s only going to get colder, so make one last effort to tidy your garden up before it snows. The effort you put in now will pay off next spring.


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December Tips

Give the joy of gardening this holiday season! Share your hobby with loved ones via gifts like books, gloves, tools, weather instruments, and decorative pots. Encourage a novice or thrill an expert with great accessories.


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January Tips

While snow may be a nuisance when it’s all over your yard and in your way, it can serve as a warm blanket for perennials, regardless of its cold temperature.


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February Tips

The period where trees lie dormant is actually the best for planting new trees. For best results, research the variety you’re interested in planting; following instructions regarding appropriate depth and watering.


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March Tips

Spring into action! Transition your yard from winter blah to spring-in-your-step WOW.


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April Gardening Tips

Set yourself up for gardening success by adding natural soil amendments. Cut perennials back if you haven't done so.


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May Gardening Tips

Our greenhouse is filling with blooms!


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June Gardening Tips

Have your eye on some container shrubs and trees? June is the perfect time to add them to your yard. Shrubs and trees introduced in June have an entire season to take root before winter hits.


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July Gardening Tips

There are several things you can do to improve your watering routine during these summer months when every drop counts. Liquid evaporates in the middle of the day when the sun is at its peak temperature so water your plants i


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August Gardening Tips

The best gardening tips are the ones that give you less work to do instead of more. Once it’s August, feeding roses actually does more harm than good. They need time to strengthen before winter arrives so you can stop fertili


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September Gardening Tips

After producing plant life all summer, it’s probably time to rejuvenate the soil in your garden. Manure, compost and leaves are the types of organic matter that nourish your soil, nourishing your plants in turn.


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