Spring flowers!! They are ready just in time for you! Sun, color, and new growth define Springtime hope as the days (finally) get longer!
This Spring make room for an elegant ranunculus. Incredible colors, straight stems, long vase life and copious blooms will last through June in your garden.
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Why grow houseplants? Houseplants will not only add beauty and interest to your home décor, but they also help to keep the air in your home cleaner. Studies have shown that many common houseplants help reduce the air of many toxins inside your home. These plants...
If you live in Bellingham, and the surrounding areas, you may be interested in learning more about the various plants that are used in landscaping features here. Many homeowners and business owners across Whatcom county use a variety of shrubs to accent their homes....
We know its been a long year and we could all use some Christmas cheer!
Mums are here! Click below for tips and tricks to best care for your fall mums.
We grow some of the best quality roses in the county! The roses you purchase are special because of all of the attention we give them when they arrive at our greenhouse before the season starts.
According to the NASA Clean Air Study, the Flamingo Lily was incredibly effective at removing airborne formaldehyde, ammonia, toluene and xylene in your home or office.
Thursday Evening, September 19th starting at 5:00 PM Ladies Night with Jen Witman, who will be on hand to provide instruction on how to create an amazing Fall planter.
It’s mother’s day on May 14th. Every mother loves hanging baskets because they quickly decorate any space and are easy to replace and refresh for a new look that changes with the seasons.
The most important thing you need to do caring for your Boston fern care is to make sure that it’s in the right kind of environment. Boston ferns need a cool place with high humidity and indirect light. What taking care of a Boston fern plants indoors, it’s a good idea to provide additional humidity for them, especially in the winter. Like a shower!
Want your Kalanchoe to reflower? Simply cut off the flowering head, let the plant rest with reduced water, and resume its normal care. It should flower naturally in Spring.
During the spring and fall, you should check the soil moisture approximately every 3-5 days. During the hot and dry summer months, this should be done everyday for planters and hanging baskets, 2-3 days for in ground small-medium sized plants and every 3-5 days for larger plants and trees.
Your hanging baskets are only getting nutrition if you provide it to them. After watering, regular fertilizing at the right amount and time is the most important thing to keep your plants thriving.
Slugs are some of the most notorious pests here in the Pacific Northwest. Click here to find out how to deal them a knock-out blow!
Come join us April 5th for a very special Painted Terracotta Pot ladies night here at our greenhouse garden center in Blaine, WA.
If the light is too low, the leaf color will fade. Keep the soil slightly moist, but don’t water directly into the crown. You might try watering from the bottom. Care should be taken, particularly in winter, that the plant doesn’t become too cold or dry. Mist wandering jew plants frequently.
Biodynamic® Malibu Compost now available at VW’s Home & Garden in Blaine, WA! It’s that time of year, when every farmer and home gardener’s thoughts turn to soil. Malibu Compost is a much check out if you are serious about your vegetable garden.
Tree & shrub pruning is a great way to improve the look of your yard. VW home & garden now offers a class in how to increase your skill in tree & shrub pruning care.
Don’t retire your gardening gear just because the temperature is down. Pot up some cold-weather plantings to brighten your home’s exterior—and your spirits.