Gardening Week-by-Week

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May 6 – May 19

Time to spray for Thrips – we recommend Ferti-lome Spinosad.

April 29 – May 5

Start your warm-season vegetables in the greenhouse. Plus there’s still time to plant seed potatoes, bare roots, and perennials.

April 22 – April 28

We are at the height of spring planting right now, with new shipments of flowers and edibles coming in each week. Stop by and check out the latest!

April 15 – April 21

It’s garden go time and a great time for planting everything from trees to seed potatoes. Our trees are shipped dormant, so if you have your irrigation ready to go, it’s a good time to get trees started. Plus we’ll be getting another perennial flower shipment in this week!

April 8 – April 14

Start your vegetable plants from seed now. It’s also a good time to plant early-flowering perennials, shrubs, seed potatoes and bareroot plants!

March 25 – April 7

It’s warm enough to plant annual pansy and violas right now. We also have received shipments of bare root plants, plus shrubs and perennials.

March 11 – March 24

Prune those trees if you haven’t yet and use steel manure to amend your soil (on sale now).

Feb. 26 – March 10

Time to start pruning trees and amending your soil using chicken manure (on sale now). If you need so guidance on how best to prune, check out our Room Camp class on March 9.

January 2024

Happy New Year! Right now in the heart of winter, it’s easy to forget that your trees and shrubs need water, but they do. Unless we have snow pack on the ground, your trees and shrubs will need to be watered every three to four weeks.