Seasons greetings ❤️ We have gorgeous live Evergreens, wreaths, and more ... See MoreSee Less
A tip for your living Christmas tree 🎄 ... See MoreSee Less
Did you get snow last night? It's a good reminder that if you plan on getting a Living Christmas Tree this year to plant in your yard after the holiday, now is a good time to dig the hole. Store the soil above freezing. Then, right after Christmas, after a few days after acclimating the tree to the cold in your garage, you can drop it right in your prepared hole.
Dahlia lovers ... See MoreSee Less
Have you dug and stored your tender bulbs like these dahlias? Shake off the soil, let them air dry, and pack them in peat moss. Keep them cool, but above freezing. Wait until spring to divide them. You can tell better then where the new shoots are, and you won't create fresh wounds that can be an opening for bacteria. Some, like caladiums and callas prefer to be dry and warm. Just make sure they stay dry, or they will start to grow in the warmth.