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Iris Bulbs

Iris bulbs provide a gorgeous sculptural element to any landscape. They grow from a large underground stem, making them very easy to divide and pass along. Irises are perennial and go dormant in early winter. Once dormant, be sure to cut the leaves of your Iris completely to the ground and clean away any garden… Read moreIris Bulbs

Garden Mum Care

Mums are a fan favorite when it comes to Autumn color. They provide bright pops of orange, yellow, red, and even purple! In this blog we will discuss the proper care for Garden Mums and give you some tips and tricks to seep them looking their best all season long! General Care Chrysanthemum (Mums) are… Read moreGarden Mum Care

Tillandsia – Air Plants

Do you like plants but dislike the mess that soil creates? An Air Plant might be right for you! Tillandsias prefer to cling to other trees, rocks, and anything else they can attach their roots to in nature. This makes them perfect for hanging near a bright window or under a shaded outdoor patio! All… Read moreTillandsia – Air Plants

Roses: Everything You Need To Know

The Rose bush is a classic flowering perennial that is known for it’s bright, colorful blooms! We sat down with Whitney, our perennials, trees, and shrubs buyer to create this guide on growing roses. We will go over planting, fertilizing, watering, pruning, and give you two other great resources to take a look at! Planting… Read moreRoses: Everything You Need To Know

Indoor Plant Care

This is a basic guide for those who love houseplants, and want to be a better plant parent. We will cover repotting, feeding, watering, and more so that you can feel better about caring for your new plants! Choosing a plant: Do some research and learn about your plant including its light needs, watering needs,… Read moreIndoor Plant Care

Fruit Tree Care & Pollination

This care sheet will be discussing the care of fruit trees that go dormant in winter, such as peaches, pears, plums, etc.When purchasing a fruit tree, remember that most varieties will ultimately do best and produce more when planted in ground. There are exceptions (dwarf fruit trees, citrus, and avocados) that need more care in… Read moreFruit Tree Care & Pollination

Clay Pebbles

Clay Pebbles (otherwise referred to as Leca) offer a new way to grow your plants without the use of soil! Using these clay pebbles has both pros and cons, so do a little research on them before deciding to switch your plants over to this soil-less alternative. We carry the brand Grow!t Horticultural Clay Pebbles… Read moreClay Pebbles

Beneficial Nematodes

Beneficial Nematodes (BN) attack more than 230 kinds of soil dwelling and wood boring pests, such as flea larvae, white grubs, cutworms, fungus gnat larvae, fire ants and many more! Nematodes are microscopic worms that live in the soil and attack these pests. Nematodes are safe for children, pets, and all plants. They are not to be… Read moreBeneficial Nematodes

Ant Control Products

There are multiple ways to treat for ants.  The following is a basic list of treatments. Please contact a Garden Seventeen associate with any detailed questions about your situation! I Must Garden Ant Control This spray uses all-natural ingredients such as soybean oil, garlic, molasses, and mint oil to repel and kill ants. The formula… Read moreAnt Control Products

How To Create A Micro Climate

Many of us have plants in large pottery outdoors that are unable to be move indoors over the winter. There are a few steps you can take to winterize your potted plants, without leaving them to fend for themselves! Here are some ideas to get them through to spring: Create a Microclimate: A microclimate is… Read moreHow To Create A Micro Climate