This week I wanted to talk a little bit about plant maintenance. This is the time of year when remedies and maintenance are most needed as pests, diseases and varmint can do a lot of damage.
I've written up a short blog post which shares some tips on pest control, some tools you can utilize to prevent deer, rabbit and raccoon damage as well as some helpful information around utilizing fertilizer to keep those annuals and tropicals in tip-top shape.
By now you may have started your garden and are well on your way to enjoying the miracles of nature. Chances are your plants will thrive, but if they don’t it could be because of these common issues. If it...
We're very fortunate to have so many great customers that return each year and rely on Decker’s Nursery for assistance. Whether its a recommendation, or purchasing high quality plants. It was fulfilling to see all the flowers, perennials and nursery plants going home with everyone last week. There was a wave of excitement; and the weather couldn’t have been better (wish the same could be said for this week).
All the joy I noticed reminded me that I have a responsibility to make sure everyone is caring for their new plants. I still consider this responsibility as one of the most important things we can do at the nursery.
Have you been trying to eat more organic foods to decrease the number of harmful pesticides you and your family eat?
Buying organic gets expensive very fast. One trip to the organic section of your grocery store will tell you that the cost of organic produce is high and still rising.
That's where organic gardening comes in.
The thought of landscaping your home can stir up feelings of both excitement and dread. There are endless possibilities, and depending on your particular set of skills, you might not know where to begin.
Well, there's no need to panic. All it takes is a few good landscaping tips to make the process much less stressful. You'd be surprised what you can accomplish with a few basic tips to help you get moving in the right direction.