Growing your own pumpkins is very satisfying, especially when it’s time to carve Jack o’ lanterns for Halloween. 🎃 Did you forget to plant your pumpkin patch for this year? Mark your calendar for next spring, then bookmark this post
Hydrangeas are a popular flowering shrub in Lancaster County. They flower for a long time with big, beautiful blooms. However, if you’re not happy with your hydrangeas, here are five common mistakes you might be making. You’re not planting hydrangeas
Put these chores on your list for fall yard clean-up.
Looking for the best trees to plant in PA for fall color? Pennsylvania is famous for sporting lots of colorful foliage every fall. By making careful choices, you can have that same beautiful view in your own backyard when you
Are you looking for beautiful perennial flower combinations? We’ve got several great ideas for your summer perennial flower garden in Lancaster, PA. Whether you’re looking for low maintenance, high color or a haven for wildlife, these perennial flower combinations will
Having an outdoor kitchen has been the most popular backyard trend for years. According to a 2019 report by the American Institute of Architects, outdoor kitchens are at the top of homeowners’ wish lists, when it comes to space for
Homeowners always want to know how to grow grass that’s green and thick. This blog post will give you advice on how to keep your lawn beautiful and healthy. Why We Have Lawns Our lawns have become a major player
Spring is an amazing time in Lancaster County. Sure, our allergies get bad thanks to all the pollination, mulching and manure. But we also get a jaw-dropping show of color when the crocuses, daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, magnolias, apple trees and
Which plants are the best plants for landscaping in Pennsylvania? Our landscape designer, Lauren Engle, shares her favorite plants and trees in our YouTube video. Many of her favorite plants are native to Pennsylvania, which means they’ll thrive in Lancaster.
Start the growing season off right by doing these three tasks to get your garden ready for spring.