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  • Blueberry Month

    Blueberry Month July is National Blueberry Month. It's a great time to celebrate this super fruit! Plant blueberries in your garden and you can pick fresh blueberries for all your summer entertaining.   Benefits of Growing Blueberries Blueberries have many benefits. They are a wonderful landscape plant. They have bell-shaped white flowers in the [...] Read Full Article
  • July Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Water Wisely. During dry weather, continue to keep the garden adequately watered.  Remember, a weekly deep, thorough soaking is more beneficial than a daily light sprinkling. Water between 6-10am to avoid evaporation. Brighten Shady Spots. Fill in holes in your shade garden with hostas, caladium, and coleus. Cut Flowers for Flower Arrangements [...] Read Full Article
  • Summer Griller's Garden

    From your garden to your grill to your plate. This garden plan is designed with the grill master and foodie in mind. Enjoy fresh herbs and veggies all summer long. This garden is approximately 12 feet wide and 15 feet long.   Full Sun Project Project time: 8 hours Prep your bed by [...] Read Full Article
  • Patriotic Summer Entryway

    Welcome them in with the red, white and blue Summer is full of entertaining and fun. Why not dress up your front porch with a show stopping red, white and blue theme? It’s easy to plant up all your heat loving flowers in colorful containers that really make a statement. Create this [...] Read Full Article
  • Summer Succulent Container

    Full Sun project Project time: 20 minutes Create a bowl full of succulents. They are fun and easy to take care of! Succulents need very little extra water. In fact, when we planted this container garden we even mounded up the soil so that water better runs off the plants. The first [...] Read Full Article
  • Tomatoes for Specific Uses

    Tomatoes for Specific Uses Whether you crave tomato sandwiches, fresh tomatoes on your salad, or love to make your own homemade tomato sauce, home-grown tomatoes make all your favorite dishes taste better. And, choosing the best tomato for your favorite recipes is made easy with our chart showing the best tomato [...] Read Full Article
  • Annuals and Perennials: What's the Difference?

    What’s an annual? The flowers that we plant for seasonal color are primarily annuals. These plants last for one season only. There’s a reason for that. Because they bloom so heavily, and give their all for a glorious, colorful show, they’re done by the end of the season. There are “cool-season” [...] Read Full Article
  • Shade Gardening Guide

    As our gardens mature, we find ourselves gardening in more shade. This can sometimes be discouraging as sun-loving plants fail to bloom or become leggy and sparse. When this happens our plant palettes must change. There are plenty of colorful plants that thrive in shady spots and appreciate the cooler temperatures a leafy tree canopy provides. A simple way to think of creating a shade garden is in [...] Read Full Article
  • Bamboo Basics

    What’s to Like There’s a lot to like about bamboos. They’re easy to grow; they require less water than most plants; they’re fast-growing once established; and they have a graceful presence. Bamboos are evergreen and can also do a lot of screening in a narrow space. They can also be elegant [...] Read Full Article
  • Father's Day Gift Buying Guide

    At Pike Nurseries, all Dads are the World’s Greatest Dad. Your dad might just be a grill Top Chef or an Audubon enthusiast. He may love to play in the dirt—or maybe he just loves relaxing on the patio; we have some Father’s Day gift ideas to make honoring him [...] Read Full Article
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