Planting For Fall

Sep. 25, 2017 by

It’s officially fall! Here in Michigan, when someone mentions fall, we get these visions of cider mills, leaves changing color and falling, kids going back to school and days when you wear a coat in the morning and shorts by

Shady Solutions For Planting Under A Tree

Aug. 17, 2017 by

One of the most popular landscaping desires is to plant beneath a mature shade tree. It creates an attractive focal point and can replace poorly performing turf grass. Landscapers and gardeners can easily close their eyes and instead of a

Tips for a budget garden

Mar. 24, 2017 by

If you have an interest in gardening, good news! There are a lot of ways to cut costs when you are getting started in gardening. Start plants from seeds It’s definitely cheaper to grow vegetables, annuals and perennials from seed,

Hydrangea Care

Feb. 22, 2017 by

Who doesn’t love hydrangeas? They’re hardy in the cold, easy to grow and have large, showy flower heads in the colors of blue, white, lavender and rose, often on the same plant.   How to determine the color Did you