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Planting Fruit Trees

When to Plant Fruit Trees Early spring is a great time for planting a fruit tree. In warmer climates fall planting may be preferred, however, harsh winters can damage young trees in harsher climates—particularly bare-root trees. Early spring is a good time because the root system of your newly planted tree will have time to… Read more »

What to Plant in the Fall

Pumpkin Spice is out and it’s getting cooler. Fall is officially on its way.  If you’re wondering what to plant in the fall, the answer is almost anything. Here are six plant types to put in the ground during the fall. The cool Autumn air temperatures are easier on both plants and gardeners. The soil… Read more »

Spring Garden Tips

As we see the last of the frost we need to start thinking about early spring planting. Here are some Spring garden tips:   Flowers Pansies – Will withstand late seasons frosts. Prefer cool weather and tend to decline with the onset of warmer weather. Roses – If necessary, transplant roses as soon as the… Read more »