Unlock Secrets to a Long-Lasting Garden
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
2w ago
Should trees, shrubs, and perennials be fertilized? YES! Homeowners often find that after many years of growth, trees, shrubs, and perennials start to look tired and decrease in vigor. There is most likely a very simple reason for that: trees, shrubs, and perennials all need a regular supply of nutrients to sustain healthy growth and ..read more
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June Lawn & Garden Checklist
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
2w ago
As the sunny days of June roll in, your garden becomes a canvas of possibilities. This month is a critical period for plant care, ensuring your garden thrives through the summer. Read on for expert tips on watering, pruning, fertilizing, and pest control to help you maintain a flourishing garden. Garden Water your plants regularly ..read more
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Garden to Plate Living
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
1M ago
Home gardeners are increasingly producing their own fruits and vegetables, many times planting plants that are permanent fixtures in their yards to enjoy the harvest for years to come. Some of those plants that are becoming planted more widely are strawberries, rhubarb, asparagus, raspberries, and blueberries. While each plant is a great addition to the ..read more
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May Lawn & Garden Checklist
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
1M ago
Spring has finally sprung! After eagerly awaiting its arrival, it’s time to dust off those gardening gloves and get ready for the season ahead. Whether you’re a seasoned green thumb or just starting out, now is the perfect moment to refresh your knowledge with the latest gardening tips, tricks, and trends. Garden Plant the rest ..read more
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Sow to Grow: Tips for Seed Planting Success
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
2M ago
Planting your own seeds can be a very rewarding process of gardening. It allows a gardener to start to get their hands dirty earlier and can also be an economical choice! However, starting seeds too early, watering too often, or not enough can make it frustrating. Learning and practicing the correct process of seed starting ..read more
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April Lawn & Garden Checklist
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
2M ago
Lawn Thatch and/or aerate your lawn (this must be done before applying your preemergent weed control). Apply Fertilome For All Seasons preemergent weed control with fertilizer for crabgrass control and other weeds. The ground should be warm when you apply the preemergent. It may be mid to late April before you get it on your ..read more
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Let’s Talk Tulips
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
9M ago
As the weather gets cooler, in the planting world, we start thinking about spring! Planting in the fall combines cool temperatures and warm soils, providing your plants with the perfect start for spring growth. When it comes to tulips, this is the only time to plant! Tulips provide spring color well before most annuals can ..read more
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October Lawn & Garden Checklist
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
9M ago
It’s time for garden enthusiasts to shift their focus towards fall preparations. This season offers the opportunity to nurture your outdoor space, ensuring it remains healthy and beautiful throughout the colder months and into the next year. Our experts have compiled their best tips for your lawn, garden, and perennials to help you create a ..read more
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Mums Day Out
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
10M ago
As the mornings grow cooler, it’s time to get rid of your tired summer annuals and make room for vibrant blooms of fall mums. Our fall mums have been a highlight for both our customers and us. Like our homegrown spring and summer annuals, our fall mums are grown right here under our watchful eye ..read more
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September Lawn and Garden Checklist
Parkview Nursery Blog
by Makenzie Merritt
10M ago
Summer may be ending but the cool month of September reminds us that there’s still plenty of gardening left to enjoy before winter kicks in. See what tips you can add to keep your landscape beautiful and healthy. Lawns Continue mowing your lawn as needed. Keep the mowing height to 2.5-3 inches. In mid-October, you ..read more
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