1) How do I keep my Perennials promoting new growth this Spring?

2) I love my Butterfly Garden. In particular, Lantana. Thoughts?

3) My Hydrangeas have been fabulous all Spring. They are starting to die, Suggestions?

4) I love Zinnias. When should I start to plant?

5) I am always worried about insects. What is the best treatment?

6) I have had two beautiful Roses Blooms this year. I am starting to see insects.

7) I just moved into an apartment and I miss my Garden, Help!

8) Where can I get a copy of your Garden Tips?




1) How do I keep my Perennials promoting new growth this Spring? 1) Dead heading refers to removing spent flowers heads from plants. Excellent candidates are Salvia, Geraniums, Petunias, Zinnias and Ageratums.

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2) I love my Butterfly Garden. In particular, Lantana. Thoughts? 2) Keep the Lantana trimmed and well fed for lots of flowers.

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3) My Hydrangeas have been fabulous all Spring. They are starting to die, Suggestions? 3) Christine, Harvest and dry Mop Head Hydrangea Blooms.

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4) I love Zinnias. When should I start to plant? 4) Donald is with you. he loves Zinnias as well. Start your seed now and enjoy Summer cut flowers.

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5) I am always worried about insects. What is the best treatment? 5) Bring a branch, leaf or flowers to us at the Garden Center for a free diagnosis & tips on how to cure or control.

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6) I have had two beautiful Roses Blooms this year. I am starting to see insects. 6) Roses need extra attention at this time of the year. Stop and ask about easy care tips to control insect and fungus problems.

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7) I just moved into an apartment and I miss my Garden, Help! 7) Do not panic. Come in a meet with our Design Team and they will help you with a mini-herb garden. Then decorate your apartment with fun easy care succulents and companion Orchids or Kalanchoes. We have it all.

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8) Where can I get a copy of your Garden Tips? Stop by our Garden Center and see Molly or Sherry and they will give you a copy. If you have a special question, they will be happy to assist you. You can now email Molly and Sherry with your questions and suggestions.

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