Beth Simpson walks us through some of our bagged soils and composts here at Rolling Green Nursery.
Bulbs are some of the easiest and most dramatic flowers you can add to your landscape and containers, and you can make them even more spectacular when you create layers of bulbs for lush growth and bursts of brilliant color, month after month. But the number one complaint we hear about bulbs is that squirrels and other critters gobble them up right away. So here are some tips on proper bulb planting, and ways to deter garden pests.
Perfect for container gardening, hydrangeas take center stage with long lasting color. These stars are the quintessential elegance of summer. Big, bold flowers strike a pose all by themselves. In order for these shrubs to sustain container life in New England, the soil preparation, watering and overwintering required are very different than hydrangeas...
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