Gardener's Blog: News & Updates

Flowers for butterflies

The North American Butterfly Association's list of top butterfly nectar flowers. Check it out! http://www.naba.org/ftp/baca.pdf… Read More

All about Agastache & Aeonium

Agastache (pronounced ah-gas-TAH-kee-whew!) This perennial herb (also Sloat's plant pick of the month) is also called “Hummingbird Mint” or “Anise Hyssop”, the flower spikes not only attract… Read More

Summer Container Watering

Keep up on watering container plants...we have a few suggestions to help! First and foremost: water each plant to the top of the container rim so that… Read More

Gardener’s Quote of the Day

My green thumb came only as a result of the mistakes I made while learning to see things from the plant's point of view. –H. Fred Ale Read More

Clematis Care

These deciduous/evergreen vines need regular moisture, good drainage and for their roots to be cool. The deep-colored blossoming clematis, (red, purple, white, blue) can tolerate full… Read More

What does Agricultural Lime do?

Agricultural lime neutralizes soil acidity and raises soil pH, improves texture by loosening clay particles, improves soil texture by granulating sand and assists bacteria in transforming… Read More

All about Alstroemeria

Alstroemeria, also called Peruvian Lily, Parrot Lily, Parrot Flower, Inca Lily, are perennials grown from tuberous roots. They originate from South America. Once established these plants… Read More

All about Anigozanthos

Anigozanthos, grows from short underground horizontal rhizomes. As its common name ‘Kangaroo Paw’ suggests, it is native to southwestern Australia. The proper name comes from the… Read More

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