Archive for May 2017

Rohsler’s Grown Plants

What’s in the Garden: You’ve seen the Rohsler’s Grown logo, but do you know what’s behind the brand? Our varied, unique Rohsler’s Grown plants are raised and nurtured right here in our own greenhouses and growing fields. Every perennial, shrub, and grass we grow is acclimated to the environmental conditions found in our area and…

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I’m Your Go-to Plant

Perennial of the Week: Salvia/Sage Welcome to the wonderful world of Salvia! Also known as Sage, spiky, colorful Salvia is well loved by butterflies and hummingbirds, and is deer resistant and relatively pest-free. The Salvia family includes multiple types of herbaceous or woody perennials that bloom in late spring and early summer.  Several Rohsler’s Grown varieties…

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I May Cure Your Arachnophobia

Perennial of the Week: Tradescantia/Spiderwort Hardy, perennial forms of Tradescantia are commonly known as Spiderwort. Some people say this common name was derived from the plant’s sap, which looks like a strand of a spider web. Still others say the plant and its flower have spider-like qualities. Have no fear: Even beginning gardeners enjoy success with…

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Try an Easygoing Perennial with All the Frills

Perennial of the Week: Geum/Avens If you think everything that is worthwhile requires oodles of hard work, it’s time to get to know Geum – commonly known as Avens. These easygoing perennials produce neat, compact foliage and present gardeners with prolific, frilly, rose-like blooms that begin in early spring and continue through the summer. Geum…

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Growing Organic Herbs & Veggies

What’s in the Garden: We enjoy making it fun and easy for you to grow luscious, affordable organic veggies and herbs in your own garden. This Saturday, we will be hosting a very special guest AND offering great tips and a 20% Discount Coupon Off Coast of Maine products that will help you get your…

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