Spring Fever?

We’re all probably feeling a little anxious for the weather to finally warm up and spring to start. Not long now! In just over a month, the weather should be nice enough to plant up annual beds and veggie gardens. In the meantime, cold tolerant flowers like pansies and violas can brighten your containers and beds and crops such as kale, cabbage, broccoli, beets, and more can be started in the garden.

Mark your calendars! Quality Gardens’ Spring Open House will be held Saturday, April 21st. We’re as anxious for spring to start as you are! Our growers are very busy this time of year planting and caring for thousands of annual and perennial plants which will be full grown by the time warm weather returns.

As this year’s nursery stock begins to arrive, let us know if you have any landscaping plans this spring! Whether you’re in need of spring cleanup and mulching, installation of new trees and shrubs, or a full landscape design, we can help. Spring planting can be started when the ground is workable and thawed enough to dig a hole.