Peonies have been cultivated for thousands of years, and for good reasons. Their massive blooms are some of the most impressive of all the spring and early summer. It doesn’t take much know-how to make these perennials happy. In fact, they’re easy to maintain and they supply ample blossoms for cut-flowers as well!
Oaks are essential to the ecosystem and in Illinois, we celebrate them the entire month of October. It’s a great time of year to plant an oak because fall planting gives the tree an extra growing season before the stress of summer. The combination of cooler temperatures and fall rain allows the newly-planted oak to[…]
As the cool autumn season begins its descent, you may think that the gardening season is over until next summer. But not so fast…Fall is the perfect time of year for planting cool weather crops! Fall planting not only extends your garden season but also brings on those delicious crops that do best in the[…]
Rather than let our tender plants succumb to winter, we can easily transfer them indoors. This move not only keeps the plants alive, but allows us to save money on future plants and enjoy the benefits of houseplants in the off-season, like purer air and a more refreshing atmosphere. Every successful transition includes potting, pest management, and acclimatization.
Keep reading for some tips from Chalet’s Chief Horticulturist, Tony Fulmer, on how to save your garden and landscape with the lack of rain this spring.
Watch a video on how to correctly move Hostas, and learn tips on how to keep them alive for years to come.
Watch a video on how to prune Clematis and how to ensure a clean and healthy garden. Also, learn tips and tricks to keep your flower bed in great shape and easy steps to make gardening an easier experience.