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Come join us for a Terrarium Class on Thursday, January 23rd at 6:30 pm in our warm, cozy greenhouse.  A great way to overcome the winter blues! Leave with a beautiful terrarium for your home.  Cost involved for the class and kit.  Call today for reservations...

Now that the holidays are over & the decorations are down you may want something to spice up your home.  Visit Countryside for a new houseplant to help spruce things up!...

Tip 6: When pruning large limbs always undercut first. This means to cut from the bottom up, 1/3 of the way through the limb, then finish by cutting from the front. The undercut keeps the limb from splitting & breaking off, which could damage the...

Tip 3: Check perennials to see if any have been pushed out of the ground by alternate freezing and thawing weather. If so, push them back into the soil; otherwise, the exposed roots will dry out and die. Replace mulch if it has blown away. Tip...

January and February are great months for planning your Spring veggie gardens.  Browse the seed catalogs. Decide what worked for you last season and what didn't.  This helps me when I can't get out into my garden!  Then when the weather breaks I am ready. Our...

TIP 1: Winter is a great time to take your tools off the shelf and give them a little TLC.  Disinfecting your pruning tools is very important to stop the spread of fungus and disease.  Using Lysol to disinfect causes the least damage to clothes...