Restoring Overgrown Shrubs

Restoring Overgrown Shrubs

By Samantha Burbach, Director of Education & Programming – 03/18/2021 Shrubs are a great asset to the landscape, but over the years they can become unkempt and/or overgrown. To get your shrubs looking nice again, rejuvenation or renewal pruning may be in...
Forcing Winter Branches to Bloom

Forcing Winter Branches to Bloom

By Samantha Burbach, Director of Education & Programming – 03/12/2021 Spring is on the horizon and the earliest blooming spring ephemerals are poking up to greet us. It may have you anxiously awaiting the bright yellow forsythia blooms and sweetly scented...
Winter Sowing Webinar

Winter Sowing Webinar

By Samantha Burbach – 02/09/21 It may be winter but the time to start seeds for your spring and summer garden is fast approaching. Learn an easy way to start seeds this year with Winter Sowing. Start saving empty plastic bottles and learn how to try Winter...
Valentine’s Seed Hearts

Valentine’s Seed Hearts

By Sam Burbach, Education & Programming Coordinator – 2/03/2020 JUMP TO INSTRUCTIONS Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and a great way to show your love is with homemade Valentine’s! An even better way to show your love is to share flower seeds so your...
Oh, Christmas Tree!

Oh, Christmas Tree!

By Samantha Burbach – 12/21/20 It’s Christmas week and for most who celebrate the holiday, decorating would not be complete without a Christmas tree! Beautifully decorated Christmas trees are displayed in homes, churches, businesses, and all-around town. Today,...
Amaryllis

Amaryllis

By Samantha Burbach – 12/15/2020 Another common plant we see on the market during the holiday season is the Amaryllis. These large flowers bloom on top of long flower stems with strappy basal leaves, all growing from a large bulb. The blooms come in a variety of...