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Garden Center June Specials

Too many active gardeners have never heard of a Serviceberry

This American native plant is beautiful in early spring for its billows of lacy white blooms and beautiful again in autumn for blazing color on the pleasing rounded leaves. In the late spring – serviceberry is sometimes called Juneberry – the fruit makes for some magical eating, as thousands of delicious purple-red berries ripen.  Be patient, it may take a few years to yield a good crop of fruit. It is much like a blueberry and can be eaten raw or simply used in baking, jams or wine! For more about planting and caring for a Serviceberry bush, check our Gardening Tips!

Another shrub, often overlooked, but with a beautiful color is the Ninebark. Few shrubs are easier to grow than Ninebark. This North American native tolerates an array of weather conditions and is largely left alone by animal pests. Ninebark is a fast grower and makes an excellent large, informal hedge. It flowers in spring and turns to a brilliant reddish hue in fall. 

In June, we are offering significant savings on both of the above shrubs! 

Check our Seasonal Tips blog for all kinds of helpful information to keep your yard and garden looking simply beautiful!

Questions about planting, feeding and watering? Take advantage of our knowledgeable horticulturist & owner, Jason. He is here to help you make good decisions on what will work best and how to properly tend to your new plantings. Visit the Heritage Hill Nursery and garden center now! We are conveniently located, close to Cedarburg, Jackson, West Bend, Slinger, WI.

 

25% off Serviceberries!

20% off Ninebark Shrub!

Throughout June

May Gardening Tips for Wisconsin Gardeners

Keep Perennials Healthy by Dividing

May brings May flowers and everything else green and growing.

However, no matter how warm gets now, early May is still too soon to plant most annual flowers such as impatiens, begonias, coleus, marigolds and so on. Most perennials, on the other hand, can be planted immediately. And it may be a good time to divide your perennials too.

Early spring is an ideal time to divide summer- and fall-flowering perennials. Try to tackle the task before plants reach 6 inches tall. Don’t forget to water newly transplanted divisions.

Not sure if you need to divide? Ask yourself these questions:

1) Are clumps too big and crowding other plants?

2) Has flowering been reduced during the last growing season(s)?

3) Does new growth ring a dead spot in the middle?

4) Do you want more starts of that perennial?

Above information courtesy Better Homes & Gardens 

 

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White Birch in Stock up to 16 ft!