Spring Lawn Seeding; plan for success

greenlawn

  While the best time to seed your lawn is most certainly late Summer or early Fall, there are those of us who don’t necessarily have the  foresight to fit this into our hectic schedules. Spring seeding isn’t ideal,  but perhaps there is just enough winter damage or poor turf density from last Summers lawn enemies (grubs, moles, drought, etc.) that you just have to do it (side note; these ... read more

27th March 2013

Winter Moth Trouble? Get a grip on these unwanted guests

Moth

Foreign Invaders First introduced to New England by way of Nova Scotia, this defoliating pest has troubled coastal Massachusetts while making it’s way north to Maine and south to Connecticut.  Targeting deciduous plants, most vulnerable are Maples, Oaks, Basswood, Ash, White Elm, Crabapple, Apple and Blueberry. To make matters worse, the winter moth may drop from your trees into the plant beds and feed on your perennials (oh, the joy!). ... read more

27th March 2013

Sun Gro Horticulture Products – Black Gold, Growers Gold, and Sunshine Advanced Mix #4

Black Gold All Purpose

GreatGardenSupply.com is proud to be the premier supplier of the newest retail line of Sun Gro Horticulture products, the leader in high quality consumer potting soils, garden amendments and fertilizers.  Sun Gro knows science and understands consumers with a professional heritage and scientific grounding that’s helped them formulate products to help customers succeed in their garden. You can be sure that all of the Sun Gro products are professional growing ... read more

22nd March 2013

How to Prune; The where, why & when

Pruning

Generally speaking, the excitement and rejuvenation of spring often brings with it some daunting tasks you may not feel qualified to tackle. If you are anything like me, the thought of pruning usually carries with it visions of mangled plant life and good intentions gone bad. Having said that, it needn’t be so confusing. With a little information and the right tools you too can master this all-important garden project. We’ve assembled ... read more

22nd March 2013