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Mini Course

Landscape Design Basics – Mini Course

This winter we will be providing a course on Landscape Design Basics online for free!  What better way to spend your winter than designing your garden for Spring. Below are the links to the lessons: Introducing our Landscape Design Mini-Course LESSON ONE  LESSON TWO Spacing of Plants in Your Landscape Design LESSON THREE How to …

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Japanese Maples!

Just in from the West Coast! We continue to get shipments in through the fall because fall is a great time to plant!  We just received an order from the West Coast of some beautiful evergreens and gorgeous Japanese Maple trees.  This is one of our largest shipments of Japanese Maples of the year as …

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Plants for Late Summer and Fall!

It’s time to change over your summer annuals for some fresh late summer and fall plants! Fall Mums: This is the classic fall flower to add to window boxes, containers and garden beds.  Mums prefer to be in a sunny location and they do best out of the summer heat.  Mid to late September is …

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Exciting Plants for 2020!

We are looking forward to another wonderful Spring on Cape Cod this year. In fact, we are planting our perennials starting at the end of January! Winter never seems very long to us in the greenhouse, that’s for sure. Since we do grow a large amount of our perennials and annuals starting early in the …

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Caring for Holiday Plants

Caring for Holiday Plants

The holidays are quickly approaching and with them we have our classic decorative houseplants; Christmas Cactus, Cyclamen and of course, Poinsettias.  Here are some tips for keeping these plants happy and healthy over the holidays:  Christmas Cactus – these are probably the easiest to care for out of the three, and are often passed down for …

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This fantastic shrub is generally under-utilized in the landscape. Virtually disease and pest free, it blooms in late May-early June which is a time when not many other shrubs are blooming. It also has a very significant bloom that covers the shrubs creating quite a statement. It will tolerate part sun to full sun with …

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Cold Tolerant Annuals

Spring is here and so is our excitement to get some color in our window boxes, containers and gardens! Unfortunately, being in New England, our spring weather can be a bit unpredictable and can go from 70 degrees to 32 degrees without skipping a beat. That’s why early spring gardening can be a little tricky. …

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Gift Ideas

We are down to the final stretch for Christmas shopping and if you’re like me, you still have a few people left to shop for.  Not to worry, we have some great gift ideas for you in this post.  We have been receiving some of our spring inventory in the garden shop over the past …

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Gift Cards Available Online!

A great gift for the gardener in your life is a gift card!  The gift card will never expire and they can use it to buy their trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals in the spring.  We do send the Gift cards USPS so they generally arrive 2-3 days after they are ordered.  If you’d like …

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Fall Gardening Checklist

Fall Gardening Checklist

Here’s a checklist of things to do to your Cape Cod lawn and garden September: ____ Spread lime on the lawn (50lbs per 1000sq ft) if not already done this year ____ Fertilize the lawn with a fertilizer such as Jonathan Green’s Green-Up ____ Spread new grass seed starting from Mid-September until the end of …

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