What’s In the Garden

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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Dog Day Perennials

What’s In The Garden: We’ve entered the “dog days,” the time of year when Sirius, the Dog Star, rises just before the sun. In ancient times, people associated the late summer appearance of the Dog Star with outbreaks of malaria and other illnesses. Although we still refer to the “dog days,” most of the negative…

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Investment Strategies

What’s in the Garden: This week, we’d like to talk to you about an exciting investment opportunity. That’s right – it’s time to discuss the food you’ll be putting on your table come fall. We now have a fine selection of fresh vegetable transplants that will produce amazing dividends in the coming weeks. Our veggie…

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Conserve Water, Time, & Energy

What’s in the Garden: It has been a long stretch since summer in this region didn’t include some type of outdoor watering restrictions. Take some tips from the intrepid gardeners who know how to handle the heat and still keep their plantings vibrant and healthy throughout even the driest growing season. Begin by cutting the…

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Quench Your Thirst!

What’s in the Garden Humans are a curious lot. Most of us love to travel, and those of us who garden can’t resist taking a peek into someone else’s yard. This month, we’ll be catering to the curious gardener in you as we embark on a guided tour of Wave Hill and Untermyer Park &…

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We Can Do It!

What’s in the Garden: If we all join forces, we have a chance to accomplish something life affirming right in our own back yards. We need to ensure a future for the powerful pollinators that impact our lives every day. It’s time we made the connection between pollinators like birds, bees, bats, moths, and butterflies…

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Happy Independence Day!

What’s in the Garden: Unbroken chain: On July 4, 1777, the first anniversary of Independence Day, the Continental Congress celebrated in Philadelphia with an official dinner that featured toasts and speeches. The festivities also included parades, music, fireworks, and displays of red, white, and blue buntings. Sound familiar? These traditions are still part of our…

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Pollinators & Perennials: A Perfect Pairing

What’s in the Garden: June is Perennial Gardening Month™ according to the esteemed Perennial Plant Association. At Rohsler’s, we are taking this opportunity to promote native plants, particularly those that support and sustain pollinators like hummingbirds, butterflies, moths, bees, beetles, bats, and hoverflies. This effort coincides with National Pollinator Week (June 20-26), an event launched…

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