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October 17, 2018
To curb expenses and be more water-wise in landscaping choices, many homeowners are looking for alternatives to grass lawns. Here at Evergreen Nursery, we have a variety of perennial green groundcovers to choose as an...
September 27, 2018
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 becomes a home to a host of garden pests, particularly snails and slugs.  In...
September 12, 2018
In garden design, repetition is important for adding unity and flow to your landscape. Without it a landscape looks unnatural and disordered. So, how can you use repetition to steer your garden away from chaos and towards a...
August 24, 2018
September in Your Garden Bedding Plants – As the month closes as the fall season begins, clear the garden of failing summer annuals.  Begonias, dahlias, geraniums, vincas, petunias, and marigolds have plenty more to give.  Pick...
July 27, 2018
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 container...
July 16, 2018
Everyone here at Evergreen Nursery started out as a beginner gardener at some point and needed help and ideas from more experienced gardeners or nursery experts to help us get going. We’ve got you covered!  Whether you’re new to...
June 27, 2018
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 growing plants to keep them vigorous and to control water use.  Fertilize lawns...
June 14, 2018
As the weather starts to warm up and energy bills start to rise, it’s nice to have a cool, private spot to sit and enjoy your garden. It’s time to start thinking about adding some shade to your yard! Shade trees are a wonderful...
June 5, 2018
As one of the world’s main pollinators, bees are indispensible for thriving gardens. Some crops, such as almonds, apples, and avocados, rely entirely or almost entirely on the honeybee pollination. Other crops would be greatly...
May 25, 2018
June in Your Garden • Work in the Garden – Take the time to look at small jobs in your garden this month.  Remove any unwanted suckers from trees and shrubs.  Pinch tips of Chrysanthemums, Fuchsias, Geraniums and Marguerites to...
May 4, 2018
Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Wondering what to get for your mom that won’t be the same recycled idea from last year? Since Mother’s Day and flowers go hand in hand, why not consider a garden related gift that reflects...
May 3, 2018
• 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 plants will benefit...
April 19, 2018
A sure sign of spring is an abundance of butterflies fluttering around all the new spring blooms. Gardeners everywhere ask how they can entice more of them into their yards. Butterflies visit your garden for two main reasons:...
March 28, 2018
• 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, particularly Azaleas,...
February 26, 2018
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 the most important month to fertilize.  We recommend an organic granular...

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