Bring a beautiful, pest-free plant, or two or three, for trade; they can be big or small, potted, bare root, or unrooted cuttings- as long as you’re ready to trade them in for something new!
We’ll also be re-potting and trimming overgrown houseplants, so bring yours in for some professional help!
We’ll teach you some propagation tips so you can learn to root new plants in soil or water.
We also have a great selection of succulents, air plants and houseplant for purchase, as well as pottery!
We’ll serve light refreshments and we will be raffling off houseplants!
Please join us for this exciting event Saturday, March 23rd from 1-3 pm
$5 gets you entry and a raffle ticket!
Water. Everyone knows plants need it to survive. And while everyone knows water is critical for plant and tree survival, you’d be surprised at how many questions we get about watering. Believe it or not – watering can be complicated. There are actual ways to correctly water. Simply taking a hose out and splashing waterREAD MORE
The weather is changing – now is the time to start pruning! Pruning is important for the overall health of your trees and shrubs. Read on to find out the best way to care and prune your fruit trees to ensure a bountiful harvest! Fruit Tree Planting All trees should be planted in full sun,READ MORE
February 18th – 1 p AND February 25th – 1 p We’ll cover the basics of maintenance and pruning for fruit trees. We’ll discuss the important of the timing of pruning, importance of fertilizing, and pest control suggestions. Fee: $5 Click here to register for Feb 18th! Click here to register for Feb 25th!READ MORE
Saturday, February 3 11:00 a Since winter’s here and most of us will be spending a lot more time indoors, healthy air should be a top priority! Join us as we discuss the benefits of these air cleansing plants and how to grow them in your own home. We’ll offer important care tips to ensureREAD MORE
Now that you’ve come to Back to Nature and decorated your free holiday tree – you need to be sure you know how to take care of it! Below you will find the complete planting and care instructions for your tree. Instructions for your Blue Spruce and Dwarf Alberta Tree We’re delighted that you haveREAD MORE
What are your suggestions for eliminating flea beetles from my vegetable garden and preventing them from spreading to my other vegetables? Flea beetles are common pests in the garden. They are particularly fond of vegetables! Shiny dark brown or black in color, these small insects will jump if you brush against the plants. They chewREAD MORE
Join us on June 25, 2015, at 11 a.m., as Back to Nature’s resident expert, Amy Seuberth, offers up her suggestions on the best deer resistant perennials for your garden. She’ll have suggestions for sun and shade, and will discuss tricks you can use in your garden to keep those lovely, yet pesky deer fromREAD MORE