Recent Blog Posts

November Lawn & Garden Tips

No fruit, no flowers, no leaves, no birds! November The above is only an excerpt from a poem by Thomas Hood. I think it says it all! Of course here in Vermont we are still experiencing unseasonably warm weather. First off, we know it is going to start raining.

Summer Gardens

The summer has finally arrived. And the gardens are showing their best colors. Continue to water, deadhead and feed containers. Fertilize your flower garden with granular or water soluble fertilizer. Stake plants such as dahlias, sunflowers, and hollyhocks.

What Is Bugging Your Garden?

Many gardeners have a love-hate relationship with the bugs in their garden. There are insects that are undeniably beneficial and great residents, as they enhance pollination, improve soil quality and defend plants against more aggressive, harmful bugs and other wildlife.

July Garden Tips

It may seem like midsummer is a slow gardening season, but there are plenty of tasks gardeners can attend to in July to ensure a productive, healthy harvest and beautiful flowerbeds even during the hottest summer days.

Help Your Plants Flourish!

Gardeners, we finally have warmer temperatures, and even (dare I say it) a glimpse of the sun now and then. You have planted the flower beds with annuals and perennials; now make sure they have what they need so you will not be disappointed with their performance.