February Gardening Tips

Bring some color into your garden with primroses, pansies, and potted spring bulbs. And don’t forget some early and very fragrant blooming shrubs like daphne, sarcococca and evergreen clematis—all available at our garden centers now.

Bare root plants roll in this month, and it’s a great way to start the year. Roses, berries, grapes, fruit trees, asparagus, rhubarb, and strawberries will all be in this month!

Once moss starts actively growing in your lawn, treat it early before it starts crowding out the grass. We’ve got everything you need for early lawn care.

There’s still time to dormant spray roses, fruit trees and other deciduous plants this month. Dormant sprays are natural products that will help prevent insect and disease problems later in the season.

Times are a bit tough, and if you’re planning on doing your own landscaping, we have a unique program that will ensure you do it right. It’s free with the purchase of the plants you will need to do your yard. Call or visit any of our stores and ask about Planscaper.

There are all sorts of good reasons to plant your own victory garden this year—it’s healthy, you can save money, and oh, the taste of fresh vegetables from your garden. Start planning now, and come in and choose seeds while the selection is at its best.

Put off pruning roses until the end of the month—and remember February weather can be dicey, so don’t put out tender plants quite yet!