The best time for pruning Forsythia is as soon as the flower dies off and the leaves begin to grow. This timing is essential if you want a flowing natural look.
Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania prunes by cutting the whole plant right down to the ground every 4 or 5 years right after the bloom. This practice keeps the plant looking fresh without old branches building up.
This chopped look bothers me. It is the result of pruning whenever you think about it. Please grow a beautiful garden by pruning correctly.
Here is an unusual plant! A black Pussy Willow.
This plant welcomes spring. A unique black catkin flower. This native of temperate Asia creates an easily managed shrub for border areas in the garden landscape. Excellent for feeding the bees after the winter season. Please wait until the bloom is over before pruning because you will want it to flower again next year. Easy and fast growing they do best in full sun.
Hardy to Zone 5 and higher for outdoors.
Full sun, grows to 4-6' in container, Spring bloomer.
Easy Grower! Hardy Garden Plant!
We have several sizes of free standing trellis' available. The taller one, 6 foot, is 39.99 and the 5 foot one is 29.99
Statues always stand out in the garden and give it a focus point. This statue commonly known as St Francis will give your garden a welcoming and peaceful feeling.
And of course if you like pigs!
We have a number of concrete castings available. Fish, Urns, a crocodile, turtles, and containers.