March ChecklistThe weather is warming up at last, and your garden is getting ready to be green again! Our updated March Checklist is filled with tips & hints to prepare you for the 2014 gardening year.
Seeding Your Own VegetablesThis is the time of the year when gardeners are pouring over seed catalogs, dreaming of what seeds to plant when spring finally arrives. You don’t have to wait until May to get your hands in the dirt and start planting your seeds.
Raised Beds – A Great Way to Garden!
The soil in a raised bed garden warms up quicker in the spring, important in our short growing season. Local climate and soils make raised beds a great way to garden here!
Bare Root - The Best Way To Plant
Cashman Nursery offers a variety of deciduous trees and shrubs in bare root form. "Bare Root" plants are easy to plant, more resistant to shock, and less expensive.
10 Often Asked Questions About Pruning
Jerry’s father used to say the time to prune is when your pruners are sharp. The old nurseryman’s adage holds true for minor pruning, but now when trees and shrubs are dormant is the best time to prune.
Cashman Nursery Hours:
At our Nursery on Springhill Road
Mon – Sat: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Closed Easter Sunday
Cashman’s full service, family-owned garden center’s staff includes 12 Certified Plant Professionals, experts on what plants will do best in your yard. Our garden center stocks a huge selection of Northern grown trees, shrubs, over 300 varieties of perennial flowers, bedding plants, seeds, and garden-related items. Cashman’s experienced landscape department, with a full-time landscape architect on staff, can design and install your landscape.
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