Here’s a few new (and old) fall favorites that are sure to bring color to your yard.
Golden Carousel Barberry
Black Lace Elderberry
Sparkling Sangria Loropetalum
Crimson Fire Loropetalum
Amber Jubilee Physocarpus
Stop by the nursery to see these and other fall foliage plants!
by Allana of The Greenery
When October comes we think of the leaves changing color, pumpkins and trick-or-treaters. But we also need to think of October as the time to plant. New plants love the cooler weather as much as we do.
Fall is the best time to plant perennials, trees, and shrubs because they have time to acclimate to their new home before summer. Often we think of spring as the best time to plant but that is not the case. Planting now gives your plants the longest time possible to get established before summer comes back around. Many think it is not a good time because the next season is winter, but this is when roots easily get established. When plants go dormant in winter, the energy is put into the roots, leaving months for them to build a healthy foundation. When spring comes, the plant is ready to focus it’s energy into new foliage and flowers. Think about planting now as a head start for your trees and shrubs.
by Allana of The Greenery
With the drought possibly stretching into the 5th year, gardeners are seriously reconsidering their landscapes. The Greenery has invited Fred Hoffman, aka. Farmer Fred to speak about gardening during the drought!
FREE Drought Fighting Tools Seminar on Saturday, October 10th at 10am
Speaker: Farmer Fred; aka Fred Hoffman radio personality, author, blogger on farmerfred.com, Farmer Fred Rant Blog Page and Get Growing with Farmer Fred Facebook page.
Informative Seminar. Keeping your plants alive and healthy during a drought involves more than just choosing the “right plant for the right place”. Knowing when to water, how to water, and how much (or, how little) to water is critical for managing your water bill, as well as your plants. This talk will feature an overview on how to use soil moisture meters and measuring devices, drip irrigation systems, soaker hoses, as well as intelligent sprinkler control systems. Also, how to keep your trees and shrubs alive while letting your nearby lawn die. Proudly sponsored by Kelloggs Garden Products.
Seats are limited and this is a popular event. Click here to reserve your seat now.
Beginning this Friday September 25th, FREE food tasting from our Pantry 11am-1pm each Friday! Drop by on your lunch break.
Find out more about our Pantry, here.
from Dave Wilson Nursery
Apples ~ Pears ~ Plums ~ Apricots ~ Jujubes ~ Nectarines ~ Peaches
Looking for a certain fruit tree? Maybe you prefer a certain rootstock? Order now!
This week’s featured recipe is for breakfast! A great way to easily get kids fed before they head out to school.
Get the recipe here.
Pin it for later, here.
Watch Facebook for FREE Recipe Fridays when we will feature a new recipe from our Gourmet Pantry! Click here for current and past featured recipes!
Did you know that now is the time to start your onions if you prefer to start them from seed?
Choose from Red slicing, yellow slicing, pickling onions and more!
If you prefer to plant onion starts and would like to be on the onion list, click here.
JUST EXTENDED THROUGH WEDNESDAY 9/9!!
SEPT. 4 to SEPT. 7: 8am FRIDAY to 2pm MONDAY
Select items from our (more…)