April Special Offers!

Wind Chimes!

This year at Heritage Hill we are introducing a far more extensive array of garden and deck decor to beautify your yard and outdoor living space.  

Donna has joined the team full time and has put in special attention to finding uniquely beautiful pieces that you simply will not find most anywhere!  

So for the month of April, we are introducing one of the new items and what a savings! 25% off on all of our wind chimes. Who doesn’t love sitting outdoors on those breezy late peaceful afternoons and enjoying the meditative, relaxing sound of chimes. 

Pictured to the right shows some of the beautiful Wind Chimes we are now stocking. Print the coupon and come in to take a look around! 


Additionally, our 2nd April offer is * 20% off of most varieties of Spirea. This plant is really easy to care for and will last for years. It’s perfect for walkway borders, adding a splash of color to landscaping in any number of locations. Spirea likes a lot of sun and it’s hardy too. 

Please be sure to stop in very soon to see what’s at the nursery! 

*  Exceptions are the Double Play Blue Kazoo & Double Play Candy Corn Varieties) 

Beautiful Wind Chimes! 

Bamboo Wind Chimes - Cedarburg WI

SprieasSpirea On Sale!!
20% off Most Varieties!
(Exceptions Double Play Blue Kazoo &
Double Play Candy Corn Varieties) 

Best Fall Tips

Top Landscape Tips for Fall

Autumn is the perfect time to assess your landscaping needs and fill any gaps that exist. Here are the top fall gardening tips from gardening experts at First Editions® Plants:

– Take inventory: Decide what, and where, your landscape is lacking and plug the gaps now. Depending on plant type and local climate, you’ll be able to enjoy a full, bursting garden as early as next spring.

 

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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.

 

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October – Preparing for Winter

Winterize Your Plants!

Prepare your garden for cold weather to come by winterizing plants. Many of your prized garden stars survive winter without extra care on your part, but taking time to winterize paves the way for a healthy, productive garden next spring. For tender plants and new additions to the garden, winterizing is vital for cold weather survival.

Start the winterizing process by mulching around landscape plants. Mulch helps insulate soil and prevent frost heave, a condition that occurs when soil repeatedly freezes and thaws—and pushes plants out of soil. When frost heave occurs, plant crowns and roots are exposed to freezing air and drying winds. 

When you add fall mulch, aim for a layer that’s 3 to 5 inches deep (deeper in colder regions). Use a material that won’t compact, like straw, chopped leaves or cornstalks, pine straw or clean hay. It’s especially important to mulch shallow-rooted perennials that are prone to frost heave, like blanket flower (Gaillardia), coral bells (Heuchera), pincushion flower (Scabiosa) and shasta daisy (Leucanthemum).

 

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Questions about Winterizing? Take advantage of our knowledgeable horticulturist & owner, Jason. He is here to help  Visit the Heritage Hill Nursery and garden center now! We are conveniently located, close to Cedarburg, Jackson, West Bend, Slinger, WI.

 

Don’t forget! Take advantage of our
Fall Specials! Deep Discounts!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wisconsin September Gardening Tips

Fall … a Good time to Plant!

Come autumn, many of us gardeners are tired and worn out, and welcome winter’s respite from watering and weeding. But experience nags us to plan ahead for something to welcome the coming spring with perky flowers that save us from the winter blues sure to come.

It’s easy enough to push a few early-blooming bulbs into the ground or in pots on the patio. Nothing soothes cabin fever like crocus and snowdrops peeping through the snow, a cheery potful of tulips, a tucked-in clump of Scilla, or a drift of muscari and daffodils. Even a vase of fragrant paperwhites forced in gravel and water on the kitchen counter can get our juices going again.

And of course there are some great cold-weather annuals, from faithful pansies, violas and wall flowers, to the intensely colorful foliage and spring flower spikes of kale. In a pinch, these can be reliable in themselves, or used to fill gaps between newly planted perennials which may not be as full the first season. 

But to get the most bang for your efforts, choose and plant hardy, long-lived spring-blooming perennials to get a head start and something to look forward to for years without the annual fuss of replanting. 

Check our Special Offers for all kinds of helpful information to keep your yard and garden looking simply beautiful!

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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.

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50% Off our Clearance
Table Plants!!!

Don’t forget! Take advantage of our
Fall Special Offers! 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Specials / Heritage Hill

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Your Garden Center in Cedarburg, WI! Check here often for special web offers for garden center items and other discounts!

DEEP DISCOUNTS!!

End of season means real savings for our gardeners.  

All perennials (**except Mums, Hostas, Kale & Daylilies) on sale at 35% off (no coupon required). Fall has distinct planting benefits. Autumn’s cooler air temperatures are easier on both plants and gardeners. The soil is still warm and there is time to allow the roots to develop before the freeze.  Some good ideas include: daffodils, hyacinths, or peonies.

Additionally, we are offering ball & burlap trees at 35% off! To make our deals even sweeter,  we also have set up a clearance table with all plants at 50% off! Can’t beat that!  (** Please note that sale items are not covered under warranty.)

These offers are good through October! 

See you this Fall!  Check our Seasonal Tips blog for more about planting perennials in Fall. 

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.

 

REMEMBER – OUR FALL SPECIALS
ARE GOOD THROUGH THE END OF OCTOBER!

50% Off our Clearance
Table Plants!!! (while supplies last)

35% off Ball & Burlap Trees!
Through OCTOBER!

 

35% off Perennials
(some exclusions –
see below)

 

August Tips for Wisconsin Gardeners!

Savor Summer Color in the Midwest 
August Garden Tips

Stock your patio and garden with plants that continue to flower as the temperature soars.

  • Annuals: Heat-lovers include verbena, Diamond Frost Euphorbia, Portulaca, and zinnia.
  • Tropicals: Mandevilla, brugmansia, hibiscus, and glory bower thrive on heat. In containers, increase flower number by feeding plants liquid bloom-booster fertilizer every 10-14 days.
  • Perennials: Black-eyed susan, coneflower, Shasta daisy, and bee balm all stage a stunning summer show.
  • Test Garden Tip: Deadheading is the process of removing faded flowers. This action encourages the formation of future blooms.
  • Container plantings can need watering as often as twice a day in hot, windy weather.

Mulch Matters — You may need to replenish mulches, especially those that break down quickly, such as straw or grass clippings. Mulches should be 1-3 inches.

Whack Your Weeds — Time weeding for after a good rain. Weeds come out easier and with more of the root.

Deadheading 101 — Keep deadheading! For the most flowers and tidiest garden, deadhead daily. Deadheading 101

  • Keep an eye out for aphids and spider mites. Treat with insecticidal soap. Spider mites, which also thrive in dry weather, can be treated with pyrethrums, an extract from mums.

Mulch Matters

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

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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.

 

Don’t forget! Take advantage of our
August Special Offer.