Spring has Sprung!!! 

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The temperatures are starting to warm up, the trees are budding and blooming, the perennials are starting to pop up, the birds are chirping.  Don't you just love the signs of Spring. It's like a new beginning! Right now, you should be mowing your lawn for the first time and getting your beds spruced up for the season. Some of the other things you should be doing are....

**Trim back your Knockout roses to approximately 15" to keep them a reasonable size.
**Trim your late flowering shrubs such as Hydrangea Paniculata series, Hardy Hibiscus (Rose of Sharon), Ornamental Sambucus (Elderberry).
**Clean the dead foliage from your perennials
**Cut back your Hardy Grasses
**Plant your cool season veggies


 

Beautiful Roses!!!

A beautiful addition to any garden that provides excellent color all season long!

Visit our Plants and Hardgoods page to learn more about the different varieties of roses we carry, or click here

Small shrubs are great!!!

 

Do you have a couple areas in your landscape that need a smaller shrub? Here are a few shrubs that will stay smaller or you can keep them trimmed to a smaller shape.

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Cabernet Barberry

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My Monet Weigela

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Sunjoy Mini Saffron Barberry

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Green Gem Boxwood

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Mr Bowling Ball Arborvitae