Saturday, February 27, 2016 There is something romantic about the clinging vines and drooping blooms of the climbing rose. The walls of color decorate drab fences, define stately archways and brighten the view. The climbing rose makes a statement which cannot be overlooked. The climber embodies class and elegance as it wraps around trees, houses, trellises and arbors. This classic...
Saturday, February 20, 2016 Some people are hesitant about pruning their roses for fear of doing something wrong. Don’t worry! We make it easy for you and will help you every step of the way. Take a look at our “Five Essential Steps” and get a leap on preparing your roses for abundant blooms. Click here for more!
Saturday February 13, 2016 Close your eyes and you may have vivid memories of running through the lush, green grass of your grandmother’s yard as a young child. Suddenly, a wave of sweet fragrance stops you in your tracks and captivates your senses. A luscious, pink rose bush bursting with many, small, delicate blossoms invites you to spend the rest...
Saturday, February 6, 2016 Many gardeners consider the non-aggressive mason bee to be their secret weapon throughout the growing season. Prolific pollinators, the Orchard Mason Bee emerges from small reeds or holes in a mason bee nursery early in the spring when daytime temperatures reach about 50 degrees. The male mason bees emerge first and stay close to the nest...