Houseplants Need Re-potting! BTN Tip of the Week: Do not step up more than 1” on small pots or a couple of inches on large pots. Plants do not like to swim in their containers. Remember to sign up for the houseplant trade event being held on Sept. 28th – Register HereREAD MORE
Don’t panic! Nothing is wrong with your evergreens! Pine, Arborvitae, Spruce and Cypress lighten their load of old needles in the fall . This is a normal part of the life cycle! They will need fertilizer come in and ask the staff for the organic option! Tis Time!READ MORE
FREE Class Meet and Greet Light Refreshments Perennial Raffle ABOUT THE TEACHER Mark Huber – Territory Manager – DE, OH, PA & Southern NJ from The Perennial Farm With over 25 years of experience, Mark’s love and knowledge for plants began when he was a young kid; he expanded his thirst for knowledge of plants withREAD MORE
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