If you missed our Pruning Seminar feel free to view this pdf for valuable information on how, when and what to prune!
When you get your poinsettia home, remove it from the paper sleeve. Keeping the plant in the paper sleeve for more than 24 hours will cause the leaves to droop and may turn yellow before the season is over. Locate your plant in a spot with bright natural light. Do not place your plant in […]
Richmond Garden Club’s Spring Flower Show
Watch floral designers in action at Richmond Garden Club’s Spring Flower Show, Tuesday, March 24th at 7:30 p.m. It will be held at the Richmond-Burton High School, 8311 Rt 31, Richmond, IL. Tickets are $10 each. All of the arrangements created on stage are raffled off! Buy more than one ticket and up your chances […]
Enjoy the smiling faces of our Pansy Plants! These cheerful plants don’t mind the cooler weather so treat yourself to a pot for your deck or patio and enjoy some bloom time! As soon as the soil thaws, closer to the end of March you will be able to plant them into you flower beds!
Late Winter / Early Spring Houseplant Care
With Daylight Savings starting this weekend, you will notice your houseplants sprouting new shoots. Now is a good time to transplant houseplants if they need it. How do you know if they need it? If the roots are bursting thru the pot or if the plant is top heavy and falling over, then it might […]
Flowering and Fruit Trees
Flowering and Fruit Tree Care – When and what does one apply Dormant Oil to? Flowering and Fruit trees. This is a natural preventative that should be applied to flowering and fruit trees while temperatures stay above 40 degrees. Dormant Oil suffocates spores that have wintered over giving your trees a head start to a […]