June 18 – June 24:
It’s the perfect time to get shrubs and trees into the ground. We’ve got a great selection and some good tips on how to plant and water them. Ask for our planting guide when you come in!
June 11 – June 17:
Time to feed the flowers and veggies – they’ll be needing fertilizer. Misti is partial to Foxfarm Tiger Bloom.
June 4 – June 10:
Temperatures are increasing this week, so pay attention to watering, particularly for new plantings. Check out our watering tips video here.
May 29 – June 3:
From the forecasts, it looks like we might be past the frost danger this spring (although you might want to make sure you sign up for Warner’s text messages, where we’ll give you a heads up if we have a freeze or frost coming up). So make sure to get your veggies in before it’s too late for harvest and plant your annual color flowers in the ground and containers.
May 14 – May 28:
Continue to plant flowers and you really need to get your warm season veggies in the ground this week. Yes, there is still a chance of a late season frost (so you might want to use some season extenders) but if you don’t get them in the ground soon, you’ll risk not having enough time to develop ripe, beautiful vegetables.
May 7 – May 13:
It’s flower time! And that’s perfect given that Mother’s Day is Sunday. Bring some extra color to your garden with hanging baskets, beautiful roses (on sale this week at Warner’s) or lovely perennials and annuals in the garden bed. And for those wanting warm season veggies, you need to get them in the ground, but you might want to protect them with season extenders in case we get any more chilly nights.
April 30 – May 6:
It’s all about veggies this week. Whether they are cold season veggies or warm season veggies – now’s the perfect time to get them planted.
April 23 – April 29:
“When the forsythia is in bloom, it’s time to prune.” The week’s poetry reading brought to you by Warner’s Nursery. Seriously, it is time to prune for your plants’ health.
April 16 – April 22:
Keep cool! This is the week to make sure your cool season veggies – like lettuce, kale, broccoli and cabbage – are planted.