Al's Video Tip

Lend us an ear and you can pick up some great tips from Second Generation owner Jack Bigej about planting, growing, and of course, harvesting your corn.

Al's Video Tip

Al's second generation owner talks about how best to grow his favorite fruit.

fresh picked tomatoes and raddishes

There's plenty to do this time of year in the garden, but nothing better than getting to harvest the fruits of your labor!

Pink Crape Myrtle in bloom

If you are trying to create a four season garden, it's important to think about having something in bloom throughout the year.  So as your annuals start to wane, it's time for the glory days of Crape Myrtle.  When the rest of us may be struggling with the heat, the Crape Myrtle actually just starts to looks its best.

A field of colorful Dahlias

A big colorful bouquet of Dahlias cut fresh from your garden will let everyone know that summer is in full swing. You may have your favorite type of Dahlia - from the traditional Decorative Dahlia to the unique Cactus Dahlia, there is sure to be a bloom that suits your style. Or, an array of all different kinds, sizes, and hues will really scream summer fun!

Al's Video Tip

Al's head grower at our Pot-in-pot tree & shrub farm, Phillip talks about all the great varieties of blueberries we grow just for you.

A monarch butterfly

June may be Perennial Month, but the week of June 19 - 25 is National Pollinator Week. This is the time to celebrate pollinators and spread the word about what you can do to protect them.

Field of Echinacea in Bloom

There's nothing better than attracting pollinators to your garden.  Whether it's birds, bats or bees, they each play an important role in the pollination of your garden.

Pink blooming Hydrangea bush

Whether it's a mop head, lace cap or oak leaf hydrangea that you prefer, hydrangeas are in bloom and ready to enjoy now!  Plant them now to truly enjoy them at their peak.

Lavender in bloom

Whether it's the tall stateliness of the Delphinium or the comforting fragrance of Lavender, both of these perennials will help attract pollinators to your garden.