What You Need to Know About Houseplants

Winter is here! So while you cannot enjoy the outside as much, bring nature inside to enjoy in the comfort of your home! There are just few things you need to know first about houseplant care during the winter months! Houseplant Winter Watering Surprisingly, houseplant’s watering routine will need to be adjusted in the winter …

Winter Watering for Your Home & Landscape

Updated December 2, 2020 | Originally Published December 1, 2017 Watering does not end when winter begins! It can actually make sure your plants emerge better in the spring and prevent winter burn. Your houseplant watering and environment changes because of winter! Soil Conditions All plants benefit greatly going into winter with adequately moist soil. …

Live Winter Decor for The Home

Just because most of the leaves have fallen and fall color has come and gone for another year doesn’t mean you can’t have color for the winter season! There are various options for bringing color to your landscape and outdoor space not just for Christmas, but for the months after it as well! Shop local …

Planting in Cold Weather

This time of year, we hear a lot of people start to say, “Isn’t it too late to plant?” or “Should we hold on this until spring?” However, the truth of the matter is, now, and even throughout the winter months is still a good time to plant as long as the ground isn’t frozen! …

Natural Evergreen Shedding

Fall color is hitting its stride! Everyone is used to deciduous trees like maples, oaks, dogwoods, and ginkgos, changing color, however, when evergreens start to look different, people get concerned. While sometimes color change in evergreens can point to declining health in these types of plants, during the fall and even into the winter, it …

Fall Planter & Fall Color Favorites

Fall is in full swing! And those unforgettable fall colors we all know and love are starting to transform our plants! Landscaping and gardening is not only about what your yard looks like in the spring and summer. It’s also about what those plants are going to look like in the fall! You can decide …

Fall Tips for Hydrangeas

Just because fall is here, doesn’t mean you have to stop enjoying your hydrangeas! There are many tasks you can do in the fall, from pruning, to flower cutting, to general clean up. Depending on what kind of hydrangeas you have or wish to have in your garden or landscape determines what you can do with your hydrangeas …

Fall Perennial Planting & Transplanting

After the long heat of the summer, cool fall temperatures have finally started leveling out. The time to plant perennials is still upon us, and the time to transplant or divide your favorite perennial has begun.  For planting perennials, the window starts to close towards the end of October. If you’re still wanting to add …

Landscaping & Gardening Are Not Cancelled

At the end of this blog is our official statement about COVID-19. However, we have some additional thoughts we would like to give in this time of uncertainty. Our industry has always been a resilient one. We are constantly adapting to the economic changes as well as design trend changes. From labor challenges, to handling …