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 What's Growing On...
 
 
Lola's Lunch Box  

Saturday Picnic

 

Saturday June 13th, 11:00am - 2:00pm

 

As you may have seen already, we decided, out of caution, to cancel the planned Miniature Gardening Party this upcoming weekend. However, we have invited our favorite food truck LOLA'S LUNCH BOX to park their truck at the greenhouse on Saturday the 13th. You can purchase one of their affordable and delicious lunches between 11am and 2:00pm. and have a little picnic in the garden.

 

 
 
 What to Plant...
 
 
Tree Peony  

Perennial Solutions

 

Enjoy a stroll through the display gardens and see what is blooming right now (hint - peonies, trollius, iris and poppies)!

To see a plant growing in a garden setting makes it so much easier to envision that specific plant in one's own yard.

The perennial house is still full of healthy looking plants. If you are looking for something in particular you are welcome to give us a call in advance.

     
Papaver 'Prince of Orange', Poppy  

The poppies are 'popping' right now. They are very easy to grow. After you have enjoyed the flowers and the petals have dropped you can cut back the foliage - only leave the plants long enough to enjoy the unique seed pods. In fall, a small mound of new foliage should begin to emerge from the ground. Leave it in place and you may even occasionally see a rebloom.

 

 

     
Azalea Mollis  

Shrub Solutions

 

Azaleas are in full bloom everywhere right now. The entire Rhododendron family are a bit particular about their planting spot. We recommend mixing and back filling the hole with plenty of peat, watering it in with root stimulator and adding an Azalea fertilizer spring and fall.

Azaleas have shallow roots which have difficulties drawing water from well below the surface. If you plant them in sandy soil or in warm weather, you may have to water them twice a week for the first year. When the top few inches under the mulch at the base of the plants are dry, water the soil from 6 to 8 inches deep.

 
 
 
 

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