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Seasonal Tips

Seasonal Tips Articles

Everything’s Coming Up Roses

New to roses? No problem. We have all the types to make wonderful additions to any landscape. From climbing roses, easy-care shrub roses, prolific blooming floribunda, and fragrant hybrid tea, we have them all – over 40 varieties in the nursery now.

Time to Plant Fruit Trees

If you want to create or enhance your edible garden, then fruit trees are a great way to go. Once your fruit tree is established you will have annual harvests of fresh and healthy fruit.

Winter Pruning

Winter Pruning We are feeling the need to rest more in the winter just like our trees but winter can be a great time for pruning! Deciduous trees that lose their leaves are easier to prune at this time because it's easier to see the structure of the tree. Bacteria and...

Everything for your holiday home, plus What to do in your Garden in December

Houseplant Spotlight: Paperwhites (Narcissus papyraceus) Paperwhites Our Paperwhite bulbs can be forced indoors for holiday blooms. Paperwhites are part of the narcissus family, like daffodils. These beautiful flowers in the dark of Winter are great to lift your...
Beautiful Colors in the Fall!  Featured Plants and What to do in your Garden in the Fall

Beautiful Colors in the Fall! Featured Plants and What to do in your Garden in the Fall

It’s October and we’re getting into the full swing of fall celebration here at Evergreen Nursery. The maples and other deciduous trees are starting their wonderful autumn display. We have some beautiful maples for sale, guaranteed to add warmth and seasonal color to your yard. Fall is the perfect time to plant trees, as we anticipate the rainy season just around the corner.

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Happy Labor Day!!! Featured Plants and What to do in your Garden in September

Happy Labor Day!!! Featured Plants and What to do in your Garden in September

It’s September already. We can’t believe that the summer has flown by so quickly! As we head into fall, the days are growing shorter and some trees and shrubs are starting to show signs of seasonal changes. Fall is the perfect time to plant, especially in our Mediterranean climate. Fall, winter and spring rains will help to establish plants and allow them to develop deep root systems.

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10 Flowers for Quick Color

In the spring when the garden calls, we make a list of some varieties that can be direct sown and flower quickly adding some new bursts of color this summer. There is always a little bare patch here and there between long-standing perennials that can use a punch of...

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In Your Garden: What to do in April

In Your Garden: What to do in April

In Your Garden: What to do in April Prune back herbaceous perennials (for example: salvias), to promote plant bushiness, and prevent plants from getting too leggy. Grow your own groceries this summer! Now is the time to plant edibles like tomatoes, herbs, zucchini and...

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In Your Garden: What to do in March

In Your Garden: What to do in March It's Veggie planting time! Organic vegetable starts and seeds are available for early Spring planting. Provide all the calcium your vegetables and fruits need with E.B. Stone’s Agricultural Lime. Prepare your planting beds for...

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