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How to get Color in a Winter Landscape
We would like to feature two species of plants that really brighten up the dreariest of winter days. When the landscape is virtually asleep and it is too early for bulbs or heath, these plants will give you great enjoyment. The first is Hamamelis or Witch Hazel. We carry three different varieties which we will …
Exciting Houseplants for Low Light
We’ve seen it more and more on social media and in catalogs such as Anthropologie, Ikea and Crate and Barrel, where houseplants are becoming a large part of the interior design of a room. Often I’ve seen cactus, succulents, palms or Fiddle Leaf figs being shown, but what about the areas of the house where …
The Wonderful World of Succulents
ucculents are the rage right now and everyone is interested in how to grow them both indoors and out. There are a few basics that need to be understood before you embark on your succulent gardening experience. Succulents get their name from the fleshy leaves and stems that store water. This characteristic allows them to survive in …
Late Blooming Pollinator Plants
Summer is a great time in terms of design to add plants to the garden. Why? Because often times, when we plan out a garden in the Spring, we think of Spring and early Summer plants only. By the time August comes along, your garden has very few plants in bloom. Adding late-blooming plants now …
Choosing the Right Hydrangea
Which Hydrangea is right for your yard? Hydrangeas are familiar sights across the Cape. Along with the more familiar varieties, we have many new varieties that you may not have heard of. The biggest advantages to the newer varieties are more compact height, longer blooming times and interesting colors. With hundreds of varieties of hydrangeas …
Crazy for Carex!
Do you have a shady or part sun area that grass just won’t grow in? Carex, aka Sedge, just might be the answer. Sedge can take a variety of conditions from very dry shade to wet, boggy habitats. These plants work well as edging along a shady border, massed as a ground cover, and …
Groundcovers are great for filling in a large area, or helping with erosion. Availability is subject to change.
Broadleaf Evergreen Availability
Broadleaf Evergreens – These are trees and shrubs that have larger leaves than a needle evergreen, but they stay on year round. Examples include Azalea and Holly. Here is our current availability as of the end of April. The quantity available is subject to change as plants get sold and deliveries come in. This will get …
Hardy Vine Availability
Vines can help transform areas of the garden in spectacular fashion! Wisteria hanging from an arbor, climbing hydrangea taking over a fence and much more! Here is our current vine availability, subject to change.
Deciduous Shrub Availability
Deciduous shrubs are shrubs that lose their leaves every year, usually in the fall. This category covers some very popular plants such as Hydrangeas, Butterfly Bush, Rose of Sharon and much more! Availability is subject to change as plants are sold and as we get deliveries in weekly!