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Bed Color in July at Evergreen Nursery
Queen Palm rows at Evergreen Nursery
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Recent blogs

March 31, 2021
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...
February 26, 2021
Work in the Garden: Get your spring garden ready for planting by cleaning all beds of debris and old, dead plants. Lightly cut ground covers. This is...
February 1, 2021
February in Your Garden: Winter Issues Cover and protect cold-tender plants until danger of frost in your area is over. Only after that, prune...
December 31, 2020
January in Your Garden: Work in the Garden Primary tasks this month include planning your spring garden and major pruning of dormant fruit and...
November 30, 2020
Bedding Plants Plant Calendula, Cyclamen, Dianthus, Pansy, Iceland Poppy, Primrose, Stock, and Snapdragon.  Some late winter blooming plants to...
October 30, 2020
  November in Your Garden Planting or Transplanting Most hardy evergreen shrubs including Azalea, Camellias, and Roses can be successfully...
October 1, 2020
October in Your Garden: Work in the Garden Prepare for winter by picking up debris such as fallen fruit and leaves. When the rains start, debris...
August 31, 2020
September in Your Garden: Bedding Plants As the month closes as the fall season begins, clear the garden of failing summer annuals. Pick off...
July 30, 2020
August in Your Garden: Work in the Garden Continue to water and fertilize hanging plants regularly since they dry out quickly now with the...
June 30, 2020
July in Your Garden: Work in the Garden Continue to fertilize regularly because plants are using food as quickly as you supply it. Prune faster...