Ken & Lisa Lain - Watters Garden Center

Ken & Lisa Lain - Watters Garden Center

Generally, the best time for planting trees is late winter through early spring.

Snippet: December tips to prepare gardens, lawns, trees, and shrubs for winter survival. Greenhouse tips, and advice for houseplant care to close out the season. Care of vegetable gardens and fruit trees.

Which is the toughest evergreen? Pros and cons of evergreens for landscaping.

This weekend would be a perfect weekend to get your tree and plan for it’s starring place in your landscape after gracing your home with Christmas cheer!

Perennials are plants that “come back” next year.  Annual are plants that do not survive the winter.  How to identify plants that will not survive dormancy.  Can I plant through winter?

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