Water Wise Gardening

March 29, 2019

Although we’re in the middle of our rainy season, the summer will soon be here which means hot weather and dry conditions. Drought tolerant plants are a biggie in water wise gardening, but so is mulching, watering, and the soil you use along with many other factors. By implementing just a few of these changes… Read more >

Plants for Hummingbirds

March 19, 2019

If you have a hummingbird feeder, chances are it has some kind of red on it and that’s not by coincidence. The color red, along with other bright colors, is a favorite among hummingbirds because it helps them find the tastiest nectar. If you’re wanting to attract hummingbirds to your garden, these plants will do… Read more >

Garden Hack: Spring Garden Tasks Calendar

March 8, 2019

Now that the snow is gone, the rain is returning, and we’re getting a little bit more sun, your garden is waiting for you! Following these spring garden tasks will have your garden looking great for all the new blooms and foliage to come. March Pruning Best time to prune most plants before they start… Read more >

Alternatives to High Maintenance Plants

February 26, 2019

High maintenance plants can cause many problems in your garden from growing too big for their space, taking over structures, pruning nightmares, and a lot of messes and hassle that make people frustrated and tired of spending day after day in the garden instead of enjoying it. But, if your goal is a gorgeous garden,… Read more >

Winter Care for Your Water Feature

December 19, 2018

Caring for your water feature in the winter time is important for the overall maintenance and proper function of it all year round. By following these quick tips, you’ll make sure it won’t stop working when the freezing temperatures hit. Although it’s cold, you’ll want to make sure the pump is clear of any leaves,… Read more >