The Garden Center With Mulch More!
NOW 25% OF ALL NURSERY STOCK!
(Fall annuals excluded – see store for details)
Monday – Saturday: 8am – 5pm | Sunday: 10am – 3pm
Monday – Saturday: 8am – 5pm : Sunday: 10am – 3pm
Now is a wonderful time to plant perennials and trees for next season and beyond. August and September are perfect months to get planting – as the weather cools, plant roots still have time to settle before winter sets. By next spring, they’ll be ready for a full season.
We still have the following available and more… Hurry while stocks last!
Shrubs: Serviceberry, Summersweet, Smoke Bush, Hibiscus varieties, Butterfly Bush, Hydrangea varieties, St John’s Wort, Caryopteris, Hypericum, Roses, Dwarf Burning Bush, Sand Cherry, Weigela, Diervilla, Sweetspire, Buttonbush, Azalea, Privet, Prunus, Viburnum, Winterberry, Holly, Cotoneaster, Aronia, Spirea, Chokeberry, Potentilla, Barberry, Sumac, Euonymus, Ninebark, Dogwood, Dappled Willow, Lilac, Forsythia…
Evergreens: Boxwood, Yew, Juniper, Arborvitae, Inkberry, Spruce, Pine dwarfs…
Trees: Maple, Japanese Maple, Willow, Gingko, Pear, Crabapple, Oak, Redbud, Zelkova, Tulip Tree, Honey Locust, Linden (Bass Wood), Magnolia, White Pine, Birch, Beech, Spruce…
Call us at 847-566-2176, or Contact Us for inquiries.
stop by for garden decor, accessories and more!
Whether you are looking for trees, annuals, perennials, evergreens, shrubs and roses, vegetables and herbs, fruit trees, grasses, ground covers and more, we have the perfect selection for gardens both large and small. Explore all our nursery plants, you are bound to find the perfect plants for your space.
The garden center is bursting at the seams with new stock. From gifts to growing pots, fountains, ornaments, gardening gear, rustic garden features and much more…
Our bulk landscape materials crew is raring to go. We carry an extensive range of dirt and mulches, bulk sand, and gravel. Our natural stone selection is sought after by many landscapers and gardeners. We offer a timely and courteous delivery service to fulfill all your requirements.
featured plants – available now!
Our hydrangeas are here! We have a terrific selection for 2022 – bigleaf (macrophylla), panicle (paniculata), smooth (arborescens), oakleaf (quercifolia), and climbing (petiolaris).
They come in all shapes and sizes; from super large bloom mopheads to delicate lacecap and a blend of both. Beautiful colors from white, pink, reds, green, lime and blue – tree form and shrub size.
If you are new to hydrangeas or looking to add to your collection, now is the time to plant them!
in the garden…
by-the-month – garden care
august – during the mid-summer heat, make sure your plants are watered!
A regular watering schedule is essential now – make sure your established plants get at least 1 inch of water per week.
Consider installing a drip irrigation system – they are easy to set-up and do a great job of conserving water. Drips can be precisely directed to each plant providing just the right amount of hydration. Drips also, for most plants, prevent the leaves from getting wet which cuts down on fungus problems.
Containers and pots will need watering at least once per day (maybe more). By now the pots should be well root-bound causing a lot of water to leach down the side of the container rather than soaking through the root ball – make sure the root ball gets well soaked every day.
Keep up with your fertilizer schedule and bloom boosters for the containers. Regular deadheading is a good idea to prolong the blooming season.
Do NOT fertilize roses after the 2nd week of August to ensure they will go dormant by late fall. Don’t apply fertilizer to trees and shrubs after mid-August.
september – general maintenance mode and a great month for planting perennials.
September is a great time to plant perennials for the next season – doing so ensures that there is time for their roots to establish and settle for vigorous spring growth.
As the weather cools, cut back on the heavy watering schedule but don’t stop watering entirely to prevent the plants from becoming dehydrated and stressed.
Keep weeding and prevent them from going to seed!
Start cleaning up dead annuals and cut back unsightly herbaceous perennials to ground level.