Mature azaleas in bloom add a lot of color to a landscape. Prune plants in the spring after they bloom.
Use Stalite Perma-til rotary kiln fired slate to amend the soil and discourage voles.
Save those coffee grounds and use them as organic fertilizer to keep your perennial garden lush and green.
Prune plants that bloom in the spring after they bloom. Plants that bloom in summer should be pruned in the winter.
Have no less than a 12-month warranty on your new plant installation.
Select the proper plant for your environment. Keep in mind drainage, deer and exposure. Use Perma-til to help fight voles and amend the soil.
Why are some plants more susceptible to disease than others? The same reason some humans are more susceptible to certain diseases than others — it is in their genes! Plants need to be treated as individuals.
Do not over mulch. Mulch can be used around the trunks of trees and shrubs, but keep it to 1″ and spread it thicker as you advance away from the plant.
Too much water can often be more of a problem than not enough. Ask for watering instructions.
Coffee grounds are a great organic fertilizer. Do not throw them away. Start a compost pile or bin to use on your plants.
It's the three year rule with perennials. They "sleep" the first year, "creep" the second year and don't get very big, but by the third year they "leap" and are big and beautiful!
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