Fall Gardening in North New Jersey
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by Tyler Cerbo
10M ago
By Eren Jan |September 7, 2023 It’s that time of year again. The sun is beginning to set earlier, the temperature is dropping, and your garden is ready to be reigned in. Luckily, fall is the perfect time to do a lawn and garden reset as we prepare ourselves for the winter months.  In North NJ, the autumn soil has spent the whole season being heated by the summer sun. Coming into fall, the soil is warm and the weather is temperate, creating the ideal conditions for cultivating new plant growth. Warm soil facilitates strong root development, whilst the milder weather means less pest pressu ..read more
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Spring into Summer Gardening
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by Tyler Cerbo
11M ago
It’s officially summer! The summer sun is your garden’s best friend, but you’ll still need some elbow grease to keep your operation running smoothly. Let’s talk about how we can keep our gardens going strong through these hot summer days.  Spring gardens are all about cultivation and getting your plants started. In contrast, summer is that exciting time where all the planning and fussing of spring finally pays off as your tomatoes and cucumbers begin to greet the world. The goal is to keep your garden fruiting through to the end of the season! With a little extra work, you can easily acco ..read more
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Hydrangea: Summer’s Favorite Shrub
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by Tyler Cerbo
1y ago
Hydrangea: Summer's Favorite Shrub Every New Jersey native knows that it’s summer when hydrangeas start pushing out their blooms. These colorful clusters of flowers decorating our neighborhoods and parks are a surefire sign that summer is in full swing. Blue and pink blooms are coveted among gardeners, adding an elegant and fantastical flair to any landscape. If you are keen on practicing some landscaping magic, changing the color of your hydrangea blooms is easier than you may think.  Hydrangea macrophylla, a species of hydrangea with varieties such as bigleaf, lacecap, and mophea ..read more
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10 Most Popular Ornamental Trees Sold in Our Parsippany Greenhouse
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by JohnT
1y ago
As the name implies, ornamental trees are typically grown, well, just because! They’re stunning and add eye-catching visuals to any outdoor space, and some of them do double duty as natural privacy screens. There are many beautiful benefits to adding ornamental trees to your yard.  Talk to us at Cerbo’s, and we’ll help you choose the tree of your dreams to elevate your lawn game! Here are some of our best-selling favorites. Eastern Redbud (Cercis Canadensis) Popping with purple blooms, the eastern redbud tree is a deciduous tree that blooms in the springtime. They’re not too big, so ..read more
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Fertilizing Your Lawn in Four Steps
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by JohnT
1y ago
A luscious lawn requires a few steps, but undoubtedly, fertilizer is the most important one. Implementing a comprehensive fertilizing program keeps annoying weeds at bay and ensures grass flourishes and remains green throughout the warmer spring and summer months.  The right fertilizer also means springtime marks a lush lawn marked by healthy, fluffy, weed-free grass. The best fertilizer plan starts with a four-phase program Cerbo’s stands behind. The best time for the first and second phase of fertilization is typically from March to May while the third and fourth fertilization happens ..read more
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Annuals vs. Perennials: How Can You Choose?
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by JohnT
2y ago
Planting in the spring or summer in hopes of a year-round payoff? You’ve likely already heard much about annuals and perennials, but how do you pick between the plant types, and when should you plant them? Before you settle on your new blooms, let the professionals at Cerbo’s guide you in the right direction to create a yard you’ll love all year! Annuals Many people think that annuals will bloom each year, hence the name. However, that’s not the case. Instead, an annual plant will bloom once in a season, so they’re a fun addition to your yard or garden if you’re not into a long-term plant com ..read more
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Summer Gardening
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by JohnT
2y ago
Summer isn’t typically the time to transplant and uproot plants, but if you have perennials, you’ll enjoy the beautiful blooms as the weather turns warmer. It’s a misconception that you cannot plant in the summer. You can certainly plant balled-up plants, but you cannot uproot plants that are already in the ground. Your plants may need special care during the summer months, and you can also use summer to care for the plants you’ve added to your yard in the springtime. Cerbo’s has you covered for a beautiful lawn year-round. Tropicals Brighten your backyard with tropicals this summer. These sta ..read more
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The 10 Most Popular House Plants in Our Parsippany Greenhouse
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by JohnT
2y ago
House plants are beautiful, and there’s no denying it. But did you know that there are many health benefits of having plants inside your space? For example, the presence of plants can help soothe anxiety, boost your mood and creativity, and improve the air quality in your home.  Read on for a list of our best-selling house plants at Cerbo, then come pick out some plants of your own to reap the rewards of indoor house plants!  Snake Plants  Looking for a sturdy house plant that will thrive no matter your lighting situation?Look no further than dracaena trifasciata or the snake pl ..read more
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How to Grow Hydrangeas in New Jersey – Quick and Easy Guide
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by Tyler Cerbo
3y ago
When it  comes to creating a beautiful garden, there is nothing like a hydrangea.  These flowering plants bloom in a variety of colors and are vibrant, full, and fragrant.  This is the perfect time to start planning and planting, and the experts at Cerbo’s are here to help. When to plant hydrangeas The two best times to plant your hydrangeas in New Jersey are early spring and fall, during the cooler part of the day.  Plan to plant early morning or early evening when the sun isn’t particularly strong.  The hydrangea will need time to get its roots firmly planted in the ..read more
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Prepping Your NJ Garden for Spring Planting
Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouse
by JohnT
3y ago
Although the chilly weather might still be around, the end of winter is the perfect time to get ready for your spring planting.  Grab your garden gloves, and your winter hat, and get your lawn and garden ready to go. Cerbo’s is here with tips for getting your New Jersey garden ready to go for 2021. Laying the Groundwork Since the sun is around longer these days, you’ll want to make sure that your garden is getting the most out of its nutrients.  Clear the leaves that were trapped under the winter snow to allow both light and warmth to get to your plants.  Gather the leaves and o ..read more
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