What’s In the Garden

Spring is Here!

What’s in the Garden: Signs of spring are starting to appear and the Daffodils and Grape Hyacinths are flowering just in time for Easter. The Lenten Roses are in full bloom. The birds are returning to the area. The Forsythia are brightening up our landscape and pretty Pansy faces are reviving planters and pots as…

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A Little Care Goes a Long Way

What’s in the Garden: Now that you’ve selected your Poinsettias and a cut (or perhaps a live) Christmas tree, you’ll want to keep them looking great as long as possible. Here are a few tips from our experts. Poinsettias Caring for Poinsettias is fairly straightforward. These plants should not be overwatered, and should not be…

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Gardening Projects for Late Fall

What’s in the Garden: Have you planted your spring-blooming bulbs? There is still time to get them in the ground, and we have a fine assortment available at sale prices. Quality Tulips, Daffodils, Crocuses, Hyacinths, Alliums, and more await you.  This year, protect your plants from “winter burn” that affects broadleaf evergreens such as Rhododendrons,…

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We Are Thankful For Our Customers

What’s in the Garden: For over a century, Rohsler’s customers have been able to find all of their gardening and nursery needs right here. They return season after season, year after year for expert advice on everything from choosing the right plants for their gardens to having our expert crews decorate their homes with lights,…

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Indoor/Outdoor Gardeners

What’s in the Garden:  We’ve reached that “in between” time of the year when there are plenty of projects to be done indoors and outdoors. If you are decorating for the holidays, remember that Rohsler’s Allendale Nursery & Florist is here to help. Our floral department creates spectacular, unique designs that will brighten your holiday…

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Take Copious Notes!

What’s in the Garden: Back in the day, a certain history teacher from Midland Park High School named Lawrence Saling used to entreat his students to take copious notes and study them nightly. This advice served many of us well both as scholars and as gardeners. Keeping a garden journal is an excellent way to…

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Fall is for Planting and Family Fun

Fall is an excellent time to plant trees, shrubs, perennials and spring flowering bulbs. Ground temperatures are still plenty warm enough for plants to root in the surrounding soil.  Air temperatures as well as the sun’s light intensity are not as high or intense as the summer, thus the growing conditions are not as harsh…

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Fall Frenzy

What’s in the Garden:  Welcome to the golden days of autumn. There is still plenty to be done in the garden this month. Be sure to get it all done before the leaves fall! Don’t panic. Just make a plan – and then get going. Plant your spring-blooming bulbs NOW for beautiful color in 2017.…

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Have a Festive Fall at Rohsler’s

What’s in the Garden:  Autumn has arrived, and we have a great slate of activities and VERY special offers on tap. Read on! Climb on the covered wagon for one of our hayrides (which are slightly haunted, but not TOO scary). Rides run on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., including Columbus Day. Take…

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Timely Tips for Fall

What’s in the Garden: Autumn is here! While it may be bittersweet to say goodbye to summer, fall is an excellent time to be out in the garden. This is an ideal time to renovate a tired thin lawn, address bare spots, or install a whole new lawn. We recommend applying a fall fertilizer or…

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