April 2024 Gardening Tips and Sales

Spring has arrived, ushering in the perfect opportunity to rejuvenate your garden! To kickstart your gardening season, we’re excited to share some valuable tips for garden care. Additionally, we’re thrilled to present exclusive offers on our concrete statuary and Pocahontas Lilac.

Seize this wonderful opportunity to enhance the aesthetics of your garden and enjoy savings at the same time!

25% Off

Concrete Statuary

Add a touch of elegance to your garden with our concrete statuary, now 25% off! From classical to contemporary, we have a variety of styles and sizes to choose from. Hurry, this offer won’t last!

Sale ends April 30, 2024

25% Off

Pocahontas Lilac

Make your garden burst with color and fragrance with our Pocahontas Lilac, now 25% off! This hardy shrub produces beautiful pink and purple blooms that will fill your yard with sweet scent. Get yours today and enjoy a spring to remember!

Sale ends April 30, 2024

Monthly Tips!


As the snow melts and the ground thaws, gently move aside the mulch to help new plants emerge. Keep extra mulch handy in case of frost, and divide any perennials that needed it last season.


Uncover rose bushes as the weather warms, but be ready to recover them if the temperature drops. Pull weeds, top dress beds with shredded mulch, and taper mulch away from the base of the plant.



Inspect your trees for any broken, rubbing, or oddly angled branches, and prune as needed. Apply dormant spray to crab trees when temperatures are consistently above 40 degrees.


Prevent water damage by installing hidden underground drainage tubes in areas where water tends to pool.

Not sure how to proceed or have questions?

Not sure how to proceed or have questions? Stop by Heritage Hill Nursery Inc., and one of our representatives will be able to assist you.

In The Spotlight

Every week we showcase new plants! Take a peek here at some of our most recent additions to the spotlight!



Arborvitae, known for their year-round green foliage and easy-going nature, are a staple in landscapes for creating privacy screens, hedges, or even as standalone specimens. These hardy evergreens can thrive in Cedarburg's climate, adapting well to both the cold...



Tulips are the quintessence of spring, bringing a vibrant splash of color to gardens in April. With their unmistakable cup-shaped flowers, tulips come in an almost endless variety of colors, sizes, and shapes, making them a versatile choice for any garden design. From...



Forsythia bushes are among the first signs that spring has truly arrived, bursting into a dazzling display of bright yellow blooms before their leaves even unfurl. These hardy shrubs are virtually carefree once established, thriving in Cedarburg's climate with minimal...

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