November Gardening Tips
Remember to continue to water, especially new plantings before the ground freezes, up until Thanksgiving. This important measure helps ensure that your plants have the moisture that they need going into dormancy.
To avoid mice and vole damage over the winter, cut your perennials back as low as possible to the ground. Do not leave any dense foliage as it will encourage nesting and eating.
This time of year, while cleaning up in the beds, it is great to make a note of the best annuals to grow for next year. Think of those easy, awesome performers that really wowed throughout the season. Our top show stoppers were cardoons (Check out these giants that grew from 4″ to 4′!), Tithonia (Mexican sunflower) and Dahlias!
SAVE THE DATE:
Sat and Sun December 6th & 7th
Get in the spirit of the season and choose from unique handmade gifts for your friends and family. Stop in and enjoy fine food, friendly and talented vendors offering incredible wares, along with a great atmosphere. You’ll find jewelry, florals, botanical items and seasonal plants, wool goods, woolen baskets, jams and sauces, cakes, award winning cookies, upcycled textiles, quilts, bags, scarves, all natural soaps and candles, chocolates, homemade pickles, all natural cosmetics, photography and stationary, gingerbread houses, and hot, prepared food.
We are open Wednesday through Sunday
10 am to 4 pm
Fall Color on Hydrangea ‘Endless Summer’