The links to the right offer information and answers to frequently asked questions about cultivation, planting, soil preparation and general plant habits. We hope this information will help you in planning and planting your garden both successfully and beautifully.
Soil preparation is very important to the life of your plants. Contact your local County Extension for information on how to amend the soil for your location. Soil should be friable, loose, and rich. The home gardener must remember to water, fertilize, and occasionally spray against insects and diseases. Peonies, Daylilies, Hosta, and our companion perennial and woody plants are generally easy to grow, but proper care and attention are important to yield the best results.
Look through these pages for answers to your shipping and cultural questions before you call us for help. Many times your concerns can be answered by reading these hints.