July Garden Tips

pink hydrangea bloomPrevent blossom end rot… apply calcium  or Tomato-tone.

Try our Bon-Neem oil or Eight Insect Control on Japanese beetles!

It’s not too late to plant peppers & tomatoes! We have 1 gallon available.

PRO TIP: Hydrate your veggie garden in the morning for best absorption and to minimize disease.

The heat lovers are blooming in the nursery. Lantana, Daylilies, Black-eyed Susans, Coneflowers of all colors, Butterfly Bushes, Coreopsis, Perennial Hibiscus, Hydrangeas, and more! All these great plants attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds to your yard.

I Must Garden for deer, rabbits and squirrels O’ My! Repels those 4 legged creatures to grow that garden!

We have what makes Hummers Happy! Feeders, nectar mix, ant guards, feeder brushes, hooks and brackets, and of course flowering plants.

Remember to keep your bird baths fresh, clean and filled to help the wildlife on these hot summer days.

yellow coneflowers

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