Recent Blog Posts

Fall into winter is the prime time to plant trees. Most trees are going dormant right now and take transplanting well this time of year. With no competition for top growth, the roots have a chance to get established prior to our warm springs and summers.

Plant of the Week: Pansies

Pansies are hands down one of the most colorful and popular annuals for us in winter. As fall sets in, people become anxious to put these beautiful plants in their landscape and pots for obvious reasons. Pansies, with their abundant, cheery blooms, perform even when the freezing temperatures come.

Fall is for Planting!

We say it often, because we mean it. Fall is the absolute best time of year to plant. For both us and for the plants. When fall weather finally shows up – like it will mid to late next week- it will be peak time for plants to be thrown in the ground! Ok, let’s not just throw them in!

Gardening Tip: Planting Cool Weather Annuals

It's been a hot one! Thankfully, our south Louisiana summer is starting lose her steam. Literally. It's time to say thank you and goodbye to most of our lovely, but tired summer annuals and hello to the harbingers of cooler weather! Petunias, snapdragons, dianthus, ornamental cabbage/kale and marigolds are beginning to fill our greenhouses. Pansies and violas are not too far behind them.