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Peach Leaf Curl

If you grow peaches, you have most likely experienced peach leaf curl. Taphrina deformas is a fungal disease that infects the immature leaves of peach trees and it is often far worse in years with a cool and rainy spring.Read More...

Trackable Tools

It’s the beginning of a new gardening season. Hopefully you took out last year’s journal in January or February and reviewed your notes. Now is the time to begin implementing some of those great ideas. Read More...

Mowing. Do It Right

If you have a lawn then you need to mow. If you need to mow then you may as well do it right. Here are the basics...Read More...

Dividing Hybrid Hellebores

Hybrid Hellebores make us happy. It is one of the first plants to bloom in the late winter/early spring and is available in flower colors of chartreuse, cream, white, pink, red and purple.Read More...

Putting on Airs: Tillandsias

Looking for something easy to grow? Air plants, Tillandsias, should be on the top of your list. Tillandsias is the largest genus in the Bromeliad family with over 550 species that vary in color, size, texture and shape.Read More...

Geranium ‘Biokovo’

“So many Geraniums, so little time.” If this is your motto, we completely understand. There are so many fantastic varieties to choose from, but Geranium ‘Biokovo’ is extraordinary. Allow us to tell you why.Read More...

Growing Under Black Walnut

If you have a black walnut on your property, you know how difficult it can be to find anything that will grow anywhere near this plant.Read More...

Heath or Heather

Often mistaken for one another, heath (Erica) and heather (Calluna) look amazingly similar. The difference is that heath blooms from winter to early spring while heather blooms from summer to early fall.Read More...