Discover Dragon Wings

Dragon Wings begonia is one of the most remarkable new garden flowers to come along. Dragon Wings is a 2- to 3-foot tall, cane-forming begonia with deep, glossy-green, 5-inch long leaves and drooping clusters of flowers. Because the hybrid is sterile, it just keeps...

Caterpillar Season

August is high season for all those ravenous caterpillars that  destroy your garden We Love the pretty Butterflies but hate the damage they cause. It doesn’t have to be the either or choice.   You can attract the butterflies and still get rid of the ravenous...

What to do with Poinsettias after Christmas

If your poinsettias are still looking so good you can’t bear to throw them away, follow these tips to keep them for next year. On St Patricks Day, cut off blooms leaving 4 to 6 leaf nodes on the stem. When the ground warms up, plant your poinsettia outdoors in a...

Success with Poinsettias

Every year our customers look forward to coming to the nursery and bringing home lots of lovely poinsettias for the holiday season. While poinsettias can be great, low maintenance holiday decor, here are some tips and tricks to make sure your plants are happy and long...

Battling Tobacco Budworms

If your geraniums and petunias look especially sad this time of year, the tobacco budworm probably is contributing. This caterpillar feeds on the new and developing buds of flowers, causing them to either never open, or to open shriveled and with holes. Life Cycle...

Transitioning Plants to Less Water

Making a new plant use less water begins with the planting Transitioning plants into a less thirsty way of living. You go to the Garden Center to buy some drought tolerant low water plants. Doing your part to save water. You take your new plants and plant them in the...