Early March is a great time to begin to gather your seed starting supplies and to plan your spring plantings. To help you we've posted lists on our website from our seed suppliers...we suggest you shop early because if this year is anything like last year we're going to sell out quickly. We've put seed starting soil on sale (see our sales flier) and we've got peat pots and more to get you started.
The Dracena family consists of a number of species native to tropical regions of Africa and Australia. They make ideal houseplants in bright to moderate light locations and their foliage can be quite dramatic.
Check out our greenhouse for a spectacular selection of different shapes and colors of these easy-to-care-for plants.
A Virtual Happy Hour!
Friday, March 5th at 5 PM
Perennial Match Making - Free Event!
In this Zoom Event, you will learn about plants that are a good match for you and each other. Hear about perennials that are less work, reliable, and beautiful. Discover how to pair perennials in the garden for the best look and strongest growth.
The Top 20 Insect, Critter, and Disease problems on Cape Cod...and How to Cope.
$10 registration fee
There are certain situations, pests, and animal issues that Cape gardeners and home landscapers commonly deal with. In this webinar you’ll hear about these challenges and how to cope with them using organic methods. After the presentation C.L. Fornari will answer questions about any vexing problems not yet covered.
A Native Plants list is important for homeowners and landscapers. It gives them choices in plant material that are beneficial for the health of our coastal areas. The plants on this list are also beautiful and do well in our Cape Cod environment.
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