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Berried Shrubs for Fall

Holly bushes and Winterberry are often what we think of for fall and winter berries.  However, there are some other great berry producing shrubs that do well in the Cape Cod garden in some surprising colors! Callicarpa dichotoma ‘Early Amethyst’ – Commonly referred to as Beautyberry, this deciduous shrub produces amazing purple berries that are …

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5 Benefits of Transplanting Your Houseplants

Now that gardening is focused on the indoor garden, it’s time to take a look at your houseplants and see if they need any help to be their best this winter.  Houseplants can help give us joy and hope of greener times when winter is just too dreary.  They can also purify the air in …

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Top 10 Perennials for Full or Part Sun

  Top 10 Perennials to add to your full sun or part sun garden! By Jennifer Floyd, Perennial Manager Allium – Ornamental onion: This rabbit-resistant plant has a late season bloom and interest after bloom with its long-lasting seed head. Available in several varieties and sizes such as ‘Medusa’ 24″, ‘Blue Eddy’ 12″, ‘Summer Beauty’ …

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Perennial Garden Designs

It’s a great time to start planning your perennial garden for this gardening season.  Here are some pre-made designs to get you inspired: Click HERE to download “Made in the Shade  – Perennial Garden Design for Shade” Click HERE to download “Jen’s Top 10 Perennial List and Perennial Garden Designs

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Fill out the form below so we can send you our newsletters!  We send out an early spring addition in March, a mid spring addition in May and a fall newsletter in September.  They are full of information and ideas for the garden, plus a money saving coupon!

Native Plants of Cape Cod

Native Plants of Cape Cod Native trees, shrubs and perennials are a great addition to the garden.  They are built for our climate and tend to do well with less care, plus they are the preferred plants of pollinators in this area. Here are a few varieties of trees, shrubs and perennials that we would like …

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How to Take Care of Easter Plants

Our Easter plants will be arriving the week of April 8th, with Easter just a few weeks away.  Here are some tips to get the most out of your Easter plants: Easter Lilies– When you bring your Easter Lily home, keep it away from drafts and drying heat sources such as heating ducts. Bright, indirect light …

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Early Evergreen Nursery Stock has Arrived!

If you are looking for larger evergreens for screening or for a spectacular specimen plant, now is the time to come to the nursery!! Our shipments of these larger trees and shrubs are now arriving and for the month of March you will receive a 20% discount on all Nursery Stock! Even if you are not …

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How to get Color in a Winter Landscape

We would like to feature three 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 …

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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 …

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