Summer Care of Roses from Back to Gardening Tips Your roses have been planted, nurtured and have exploded into full bloom. Now what? Most reference books cover planting, pruning, and even pest control, quite thoroughly. These are certainly the most frequently asked questions about rose care. But what about midsummer maintenance? It’s a topic commonly […]
Coleus – Adding Color to Your Garden May 16, 2017 Container Gardening, Flower Gardening, Garden Planning & Design, Plants for Shade Grown for its foliage, Coleus is one of the easiest and most diverse foliage in and out of the garden. Coleus can be used in garden beds, containers, and patio pots and then brought […]
Lawn Weeds Could Affect Your Family’s Health You already know that lawn weeds are ugly, nasty, and thoroughly unpleasant. But did you know they could also make you feel lousy? Some of the offenders include dandelions, ragweed, lambsquarters, plantain, and pigweed. How to Keep Problem Weeds from Taking Over While you can’t control all […]
Seed to Succeed! Seed Starting Secrets https://t.co/r13KbmHylA — Espoma (@espoma) January 17, 2017 Herbein’s carries a large variety of seed, Espoma organic soils, and essentials for potting and heating your indoor starters!
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We are thinking of starting a garden club this season at Herbeins. This would be open to the public to join and share in our gardening experiences. We can discuss a variety of topics and trends of our choice to help develop ourselves into more well-rounded gardeners. If you would be interested, then contact me […]
Herbeins Spring Newsletter 2015