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Growing Shallots
Tips for growing shallots. Read article
Alliums
Alliums are perhaps the season's most formidable flower. Read article
Aqua Shields Plant Protectors
Plant and harvest tomatoes peppers and eggplants up to one month earlier! Watch Video
Butterfly Milkweed
Perennial wildflower, terrific in flower beds. Read article
Growing Sunflowers
See how easy it is to grow these summertime favorites. Watch Video
The Challenges of Deer
To deer, a well tended garden is a living feast. Read article
Growing Summer Eggplant
Beautiful fruit with a luscious, succulent texture and mild flavor. Watch Video
Crocus
Crocus are inexpensive, reliable little jewels. Read article
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Trees and shrubs are the framework for creating spectacular gardens. They also provide a respite from the heat of summer, enliven the fall with exceptional foliage and add interest in the winter when most gardens are void of blooms. Plan now to add a flowering tree or two to your landscape this spring. If you wait to buy when the trees are in bloom, it may be too late to find a good selection.

    • Magnolias - available in sizes to suit most gardens with blooms of white, yellow, pink to purple.
    • Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida) - it isn't spring without this stellar native tree with blooms of white, pink and red.
    • Chestnuts/Buckeyes (Aesculus) - Beautiful and the Red Buckeye (A. pavia) is a hummingbird magnet.
    • Cherry (Prunus) - too many to mention, sensational bloom and fall foliage.
    • Princess Tree (Paulowinia tormentosa)- quick growing with lilac blooms and incredibly huge leaves.