Even if you love your neighbors, you can still want a barrier dividing your property from theirs. Looking for a beautiful, natural way to provide some privacy? Here are Gregg’s suggestions for you. Gregg recommends the arborvitae to use as a natural fence. They can be purchased when they’ve already grown 10 ft. tall, so… Read more »
Learn the top five professional tips on doing your own landscape from the award-winning team at The Good Earth Garden Center.
Choose winter hardy plants for containers that offer interest all winter long! The key is to choose evergreens, perennials, groundcovers and seasonal color that can last throughout our coldest temperatures in containers. If you typically plant tropical plants in your containers, and aren’t sure about planting evergreens and perennials in them, just remember you can… Read more »
This fall has been unseasonably warm, around 10 degrees warmer than our usual average temperatures and we are feeling it! Despite the warm temperatures, it’s time to think about fall color, specifically pansies, violas and panolas. Never planted fall color before? Here are the top 10 reasons to plant pansies this year! 1 Plant now… Read more »
Fall is pumpkins and mums…right? Well, with a mum shortage this year, fall might just be about pumpkins… and zinnias, marigolds, rudbeckia and crotons! Each of these plants provide tons of bright, big color to fall displays. Keep reading for details about each. Zinnia Zinnias are full sun, warm season annuals that grow from spring… Read more »
What is a pansy? Pansies are the most commonly planted fall and winter annual in our area and for very good reason! Pansies bloom from fall into next spring, all the way through time to plant warm season annuals. They offer a large variety of color choices and many have huge blooms! Deadheading will help… Read more »