Category: Spring Plant Tips

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Greenhouses in the Spring

May Tips

Hopefully you should be able to plant this month (weather permitting). Time to get those warm weather vegetables started.  Remember Watermelons, Cucumbers, Cantaloupe and Pumpkins would prefer the soil to...

Pond Care

Around April it is time to clean out ponds, clean or replace filters, make sure UV lights are working and fertilize water plants.  Treat with proper chemicals for a clean...

Roses Care Tips

Mid March start to trim roses back to around 12″. Put systemic and fungicide on to keep bugs off and disease away, about every 6-8 weeks. Dead heading your roses...

Greenhouses in the Sping

April Tips

Did the March tips get done?  If not work on some of those first. We will have more perennials in stock this month. The nursery is looking good.  Have you been in to...

Blooming Houseplant

Houseplant Tips

Houseplants should be transplanted in the  spring time when they will begin growing more. Check for bugs. They can show up when you least expect it. Fertilizing your houseplants on...

Lawn Care

In March it is time to get sprinklers and drip systems working again.  Plugged drippers can lead to dead plants. Plugged sprinklers can lead to unevenly watered lawn.  Thatch (if...

Greenhouses in the Spring

March Tips

Time to start watering trees, shrubs.  Checking your watering system. This is the month to start the cool weather vegetables.  We’ll have onions, Potatoes, seeds and much more.  Are you...

Vegetable Gardens

March is the time to start cool weather veggies such as: Potatoes, Onions, Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Brussel Sprouts, Peas and root crops like Carrots, Radishes, etc. May is for your...

Greenhouses in the Spring

Spring Watering

Yes it is that time again!  Time to get the hose out, turn on the sprinklers and make sure everything is working well.  It is very important to start watering...