Pruning of trees and shrubs can help them stay within a certain size limit to fit the confines and aesthetics of a garden space. More importantly, pruning encourages fuller plants – thus more foliage for photosynthesis, more blooms to attract pollinators, more fruits for you and any creatures you share them with.
Late winter into early spring is when we crave fresh growth, a bit of color…some sign that spring is really returning!! Swelling buds on Pussy Willow and dainty Snowdrop blooms – which might be overlooked or scoffed at if amongst the lushness of summer plant life – bring excitement, praise and hope! These are soon followed […]
1) Almost ALL plants grow the most during summer. Trees, Shrubs, Perennials all put on the most root and foliage growth during the summer months. Therefore successfully establishing themselves in to your yard and landscape. 2) The selection of plants especially perennials is the widest during the summer! Hundreds of varieties like Coneflower, Hardy Hibiscus, […]
We’re kickin’ it back old school. Simple and rustic. Ribeye seasoned with a little S&P, seared to perfection, and given a proper melty butter bath in none other than good ole’ cast iron.
Plant in a full to part sun location. Dig the hole 1 1/2 times larger than the root mass. Mix Master Nursery Black Forest soil amendment with the soil removed and compact around the root. After planting sprinkle Master Start fertilizer around the outside of the hole. Mums can bloom up until the first hard […]