September Lawn and Garden Care

September is here which means it’s time to do a few things in your lawn and garden.  Hopefully cool temperatures will arrive soon to make outdoor tasks a little more pleasant.  Until then, keep sweatin’ to the oldies. Back Inside If you took your house plants outside to enjoy the summer, transfer them to a …

August Lawn and Garden Care

August! Wow! Summer will be wrapping up before we know it!  There are a few things that you can do this month to keep your lawn and garden in great shape.  Don’t forget that we are always here to help! Lawn, Tree, and Shrub Care We know, we know.  For many of us, our tall …

July Lawn and Garden Tips

We are officially more than halfway through the year!  Although the July heat may tempt you to stay inside, there is actually a lot that needs to be done in your lawn and garden in July.  Don’t let that hard work you did in the spring go to waste! If you have questions about anything …

June Garden Tips

We are nearly halfway through 2018.  Find that hard to believe?  We do, too!  But here we are and we have a few reminders for caring for your outdoor spaces in June. Flowers/Shrubs/Trees Cut back greenery of your bulb flowers (daffodils, tulips, etc.) that have turned yellow. Remember a couple months ago when we told …

It’s Not Too Late! Plant a Vegetable Garden!

Are you thinking the time to plant a vegetable garden has come and gone?  I have good news for you…there is still time to plant a garden this summer, and I am going to give you the information you need to make that happen.  (You have no excuses now.)  There are a few things to …

Thrill, Fill and Spill

Did you miss our Thrill, Fill and Spill Seminar last weekend?  If you aren’t familiar with this technique and weren’t able to attend the seminar, keep reading!  The Thrill, Fill, Spill technique helps you to create gorgeous plant combinations for your containers.   First, let’s quickly break down what each term relates to. Thrill   Thrill …

What’s All the Fuss About Basil?

The weather is heating up outside which means summer is almost here. As you look for summer herbs to spruce up your vegetable garden, look no further than basil.  This summer herb is easy to grow, loves the sunlight, and comes in multiple varieties. Basil also has many culinary uses, with the herb’s fragrance and …