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PLANT OF THE MONTH -MAY 2019

PLANT OF THE MONTH MAY 2019

Plant Of The Month May 2019: Tulips

Characteristics: Tulips come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes.

Light: full sun or partial shade

Moisture: Tulips look their best when they are grown in loose, crumbly soil that is easy to work and very well drained. The well-drained part is critical. Bulbs can rot in soil that’s too wet.

Plant: Garden designers know that tulips look best when they are planted in groups of 50 or more bulbs. Plan on 12-20 bulbs per square foot. To plant a lot of bulbs fast, dig out the entire planting area to a depth of 6 to 8” and pile the soil on a tarp nearby. Space the bulbs 4 to 5” on center to get a nice, full look. Slide the soil off the tarp to cover the bulbs.

By |April 30th, 2019|Plant of The Month|0 Comments

APRIL 2019

 

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PLANT OF THE MONTH- APRIL 2019

PLANT OF THE MONTH :  APRIL 2019

 

Plant of the Month April 2019 : Daffodil

Characteristics: Daffodils come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes.

Light: full sun or partial shade

Moisture: Daffodils prefer well-drained soil, though they will grow almost anywhere.

Plant: Daffodils look best when they are planted in informal groups rather than in straight rows. Clusters of bulbs in a triangular, oval or rectangular shape will have a fuller, more natural look.

 

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Plant Of The Month -March 2019

PLANT OF THE MONTH: MARCH 2019

 

Plant of the Month: Crocus

Characteristics: Perennial; Grows up to 4-6 Inches; Spring Blooming, Easy to Grow

Light: Prefers Sun/Partial Shade

Moisture: Drought Tolerant

Plant: Plant crocuses in lawns and meadows where they can form carpets, or mass them in the front of flower beds along the edge or Plant taller spring-flowering bulbs and shrubs behind the early bulbs for color contrast.

By |March 18th, 2019|Plant of The Month|0 Comments

Plant of the Month: Pachysandra Terminalis – Japanese Spurge

Plant of the Month: Pachysandra Terminalis – Japanese Spurge

 

Characteristics: A shrubby evergreen ground cover, grows 8-12″ high and spreads to form a dense carpet of rich, dark green foliage. Produces tiny flowers in early spring.

Light: Part shade to full shade.

Moisture: Well-drained soil.

Plant: Use as ground cover in shaded areas.

By |December 1st, 2018|Plant of The Month|0 Comments

Plant of the Month: Ornamental Kale

Plant of the Month: Ornamental Kale

 

Characteristics:Large rosettes of colorful and decorative ruffled or frilly leaves variegated with cream, rose pink and purples. Blooms in fall, retains its color till early spring.

Light: Full Sun

Moisture: Well-drained soils, normal watering.

Plant: Plant in masses or individually as a border.

By |November 1st, 2018|Plant of The Month|0 Comments

Plant of the Month: Ornamental Kale

Plant of the Month: Ornamental Kale

 

Characteristics: Thick, smooth leaves up to 2′ long. Lower leaves fold open and upper leaves are erect. Ornamental Kale comes in a few color varieties and is mostly used in the fall.
Long Island Nursery Plants

Light: Full Sun

Moisture: Well-drained soils, normal watering, drought tolerant.

Plant: Use in pots or individually as a border.

By |October 1st, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Plant of the Month: Mums

Plant of the Month: Mums

 

Characteristics: Flower is a multi-layered ring of petals around a solid eye, colors vary, produces many flowers per plant. Blooms September through October.

Light: Full Sun

Moisture: Well-drained soils, normal watering.

Plant: Deadhead to prolong flowering, use in beds and borders.

By |September 1st, 2018|Plant of The Month|0 Comments

Plant of the Month: Scaevola Aemula “Blue Wonder”

Plant of the Month: Scaevola Aemula “Blue Wonder”

Characteristics: Foliage is thick leaves on erect sprawling stems. Produces masses of blue, lilac or white flowers with yellow throats.

Light: Full sun to part shade.

Moisture: Prefers, well-drained soil, drought tolerant.

Plant: Use in hanging baskets and pots.

By |August 1st, 2018|Plant of The Month|0 Comments

Plant of the Month: Petunia

Plant of the Month: Petunia

 

Characteristics: Normally a funnel shaped flower, they also can be ruffled, fringed or doubled in star patterns with contrasting foliage. They come in every color except orange. The leaves and stems are sticky.

Light: Full Sun

Moisture: Well-drained soils, normal watering.

Plant: Great for pots and hanging baskets.

By |July 1st, 2018|Plant of The Month|0 Comments
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