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May 1, 2017
May in Your Garden   Water in the Garden – Begin increasing your watering schedule as the weather warms. Water seedlings and young plants frequently for short periods; water trees and shrubs deeply and less often. All kinds of...
May 1, 2017
May is for Mother's Day!        Here at Evergreen Nursery when we think of May we always start the discussion with Mother's Day. It is not just that we are making sure we have plenty of color bowls, hanging baskets, and...
March 30, 2017
April in Your Garden   Work in the Garden – This is a good month to plant new shrubs and hardy perennials and to prepare for the coming summer. Keep roots cool and weeds down by applying mulch around flowers and vegetables,...
March 30, 2017
Spring has Sprung in a Big Way After weeks and weeks of much needed rainfall, spring has finally arrived and boy are we busy. Maybe our customers realize what great value is available here at Evergreen Nursery or simply want to...
February 27, 2017
March in Your Garden Instant Color- This is the time of year to plant Ranunculus and take advantage of their prolific blooming cycle (mass color for about three months). We have some new colors as well. Work in the Garden – ...
January 26, 2017
Who says roses are the only flowers for Valentine’s Day? Camellias are rich with symbolism. In Japanese literature the camellia flower symbolizes the Samurai warrior’s short life span and signifies admiration, perfection,...
January 23, 2017
Work in the Garden – Prepare your soil this month by working in Evergreen Planter Mix and Mulch as deeply as you can.  If you’re starting a new garden, money spent on a half day’s rototiller rental will be well worth it in...
December 19, 2016
Work in the Garden – Primary tasks this month include planning your spring garden and major pruning of dormant fruit and shade trees, vines and rose bushes.  Proper pruning will help control and redirect plant growth, as well...
December 2, 2016
Bedding Plants – Plant calendulas, candytuft, cyclamen, dianthus, pansies, Iceland poppies, primrose and snapdragon.  Some late winter blooming plants to include are begonia, cineraria, columbine, English daisy,...
October 25, 2016
Planting or Transplanting – Most hardy evergreen shrubs including Azalea, Camellias, and Roses can be successfully transplanted now through February.  Leave as much of the original root ball as possible.  Water regularly until...
September 26, 2016
Work in the Garden – Prepare for winter by picking up debris such as fallen fruit and leaves.  When the rains start, debris becomes a home to a host of garden pests, particularly snails and slugs.  Secure and trim any...
August 29, 2016
Bedding Plants – As the month closes as the fall season begins, clear the garden of failing summer annuals. Pick off spent flowers to encourage new blooms.  Turn the soil to aerate, level.  Plant Primrose, Delphinium, Foxglove...
July 26, 2016
Work in the Garden – Continue to water and fertilize hanging plants regularly since they dry out quickly now with the increasing day length and decreasing humidity. You may occasionally need to submerge them and other...
June 28, 2016
HYBRID TEA – The Classic single long stem cut rose. Hybrid Tea Roses are not only traditional and popular, they are great garden plants suitable for cutting, single plantings, or in mixed beds with other perennials, shrubs and...
June 22, 2016
Work in the Garden – Continue to fertilize regularly because plants are using food as quickly as you supply it.  Prune faster growing plants to keep them vigorous and to control water use.  Fertilize lawns when the grass is...

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