A general rule of thumb is to plant about 6 weeks before the ground freezes, and that means frozen to a depth of about 1 foot.
By choosing plants with late-season ornamental features, you can extend the beauty of your garden for many months to come.
To extend the summer season, and enjoy the garden as long as possible, here are some plants with stunning late-season berries, blooms, and plumes.
New England gardeners most often value evergreens for their ability to serve as a four-season privacy screen from neighbors. Good evergreens make good neighbors!
Pollinators have been in rapid decline in recent years, but you can help them by adding pollinator-friendly plants in your garden.
If a portion of your home or outdoor space gets fried by hot afternoon sun, these shade-creating trees may be a welcome addition to your yard.
Whether you're growing perennials, vegetables, herbs, or grass, here are some tips to keep your garden healthy and well groomed trough the summer months.
Memorial trees are a beautiful, long-lived, beneficial, and meaningful way to commemorate a loved one.
From peaches and pears to blueberries and raspberries, see which large and small fruits we'll carry in 2022.
See which Lilacs we'll carry in 2022.
If you’d like to make your yard a more attractive habitat for birds, here are some ways.
There is a saying in gardening: Dig a $10 hole for a 10 cent plant. Much of what ensures the success of your new plant is in how you plant it. Here's how to do that correctly.
First Editions are hardy, unique, and beautiful new plant varieties that are rigorously tested for outstanding landscape performance, ease of care, and pest and disease resistance. Visit our display to see this year's new introductions.
Here are some showy trees and shrubs that bloom in early spring, so you can get the party started!
You can directly help the Honey Bees, Monarch Butterflies, and Hummingbirds you love so much.