plant guidelines


New Plant Care

Thank you for your plant purchase, how exciting! Here are a few general tips to help you on your journey. If you have any follow-up questions regarding the installation &

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New Plant Watering

We have provided adequate water supply to keep your plants healthy while they have resided above ground in our nursery.  It is important that you provide adequate water supply to

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Growing Tomatoes

When you harvest your own vine-ripened tomatoes, as compared to what you buy in a typical grocery store, you’ll understand why so many gardeners devote effort to growing these plants!

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Green Holly Bush leaves with a cluster of vibrant red berries.


Most people are familiar with Hollies because of their popular use during the holidays to decorate wreaths, centerpieces, and other arrangements. The crinkled, evergreen leaves and red berries have long

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Low Light Houseplants

Houseplants are terrific for bringing the outdoors inside, softening the hard surface and edges of your décor, and adding texture and color to your living spaces. In addition, there are

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Privacy Screen

By definition, a hedge is “a fence or boundary formed by a dense row of shrubs or low trees.” A privacy hedge is a living fence within your landscape meant

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Shade Perennial

Whether your entire property is shaded by magnificent, mature trees or only part of your yard is in shade, you can still have a gorgeous and lush perennial garden. Although

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Pruning is an essential skill for the home gardener; however, many of us are apprehensive about pruning our trees and shrubs, fearing that we will do it incorrectly and cause

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Vegetable Gardening

There is nothing more satisfying than harvesting and eating vegetables that you have grown. It’s a great way to teach children about plants and where food comes from, and it

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