We know how frustrating it can be-- you plant a few new trees paired with fresh shrubs, walk outside the next morning with a hot cup of soothing coffee just to see bark peeled off, broken branches and even devoured flowers on your nearby shrubs.
Nighttime is a magical and mysterious time. The sun has set and the air cools, and the world just seems just a bit quieter. It’s also a fantastic time to spend in the garden!
Many night-blooming plants wait until the cooler twilight h
Here at Nature Hills, we get questions all the time wondering when the best time to plant during the year is. And the short answer is-- whenever the plant arrives on your doorstep!
We know you want the best for your plant by setting
We know that not everyone is cut out for being a master gardener; even a few of us at Nature Hills struggle to keep our plants alive! We know-- how embarrassing.
If you’re a beginner gardener, seem to almost always forget to water your p
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." - William Shakespeare
Rose lovers the world over know that Roses are far more than just beautiful flowers. The scent of roses can transform a drab day into
Hydrangeas! Everybody loves them. They are at home in almost any garden, and gardeners know it. Their lush greenery and long-lived flowers make them a favorite among landscapers and amateur gardeners alike. Hydrangeas bloom year after year, stay in
From Rhonda Fleming Hayes, a Master Gardener and contributing writer for Nature Hills Nursery.
The rose is probably the most well-known, well-loved flower in the garden. Clematis
Pruning hibiscus is not normally needed for the hardy hibiscus. Actually, these plants are herbaceous perennials, meaning their tops die down to the ground each winter, but new shoots will come roaring back into lush growth when soils warm the following