Landscaping for Birds

Landscaping for Birds

Spring is here which means our feathered friends have returned in full force! When considering landscaping you can utilize trees, shrubs, or perennials to help attract birds to your home garden. Starting with trees, we’ve found that the red horse chestnut’s gorgeous...
Spring Garden Cleaning

Spring Garden Cleaning

When diving into spring garden cleaning, first and foremost you’ll need a good sharp tool. Jesse recommends the simple bypass pruner for most jobs; though shears and loppers may benefit you If you’re chopping large tree branches. If you’re unsure what tool to use,...

Benefits of Dandelions

Dandelions grow in many parts of the world. For many people, it is just a weed we can’t seem to get rid of. For the birds and the bees, it is a flower they just can’t get enough of! While being the most misunderstood flower of all time, dandelions come with many perks...
Indoor Herb Gardening

Indoor Herb Gardening

Growing fresh herbs at home is a great way to liven your living space with the convenience of having herbs available any time you need them. Whether you start with a small starter plant for a quicker harvest, or you grow from seeds, here is your guide to success....
Winterizing Your Garden!

Winterizing Your Garden!

Fall watering gives plants a reserve for winter, especially evergreens. Soil should be kept moist but not soggy until the ground freezes. Be sure to Spray Boxwood and Dwarf Alberta Spruce with Neem oil to control spider mites. For winter protection, wait until...
Fall Is A Fantastic Time To Plant

Fall Is A Fantastic Time To Plant

Temperatures are cooler and there is an increase in rainfall. Roots can establish until the ground freezes which is typically Mid-December in Michigan. Planting Tips Use a fertilizer with mycorrhizae to promote root growth. Make sure root flare is level with the...