How to Plant a tree or bush.

No matter what form your nursery stock is in– containerized, balled-and-burlaped, bare-root or in biodegradable fiber pots– there are several planting steps that will be the same. Here are a few pointers to keep in mind when following the detailed guidelines. Generally, dig the planting hole two or three times larger than the rootball (or

Fall Mums

We carry hardy fall mums every year starting in late August. Here are some things to keep in mind when you are picking out your festive friends. Are you planting them as a perennial, fall accent or both?  For best results as a perennial plant:  Plant them as soon as you can in a sunny

Spring is coming!

Sorry I haven’t posted much keeping everyone in the loop, its been a little hectic here.  Here is a link to our Facebook album for spring goodies and tornado progress. Spring goodies   Tornado Progress We are now open for the spring season. See you soon!

New year, new look.

We will never forget November 17th and how it has changed us. We have to decided to take this tragic event and turn it into an opportunity to make some serious (and very exciting) changes to the store and the rest of the property. Everything from the entrance into the parking lot to our pole barn

Where did Poinsettias come from?

We all grew up knowing that poinsettias are just part of Christmas tradition, but have you ever wondered about how that came to be? Well, in 1828, Mr. Joel Poinsett, the first U.S. ambassador to Mexico, found a large shrub covered in red “flowers” literally along the roadside. He loved it so much that he

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