Summer weather is heating up, and there’s no better way to keep cool than with a refreshing cocktail using ingredients straight from your garden! This is the perfect cocktail recipe to use your fresh blueberries for this season. Keep reading to find out how easy it is to make!
There’s nothing quite as delicious as juicy, fresh fruit from the garden in the heat of summer. Blueberry bushes are the perfect way to keep your garden colorful and your meals fresh all season long. These bushes are perennial shrubs as well, so you can expect white blossoms each spring and fresh blueberries each summer without having to replant! Keep reading to learn more about how + where to plant your blueberries this year!
There’s nothing quite like enjoying fresh fruit in the heat of the summer, and when the fruit is straight from your garden it tastes that much better! Lemon trees are the perfect plant for brightening up your garden and bearing delicious goodies that can be added to almost any dish. So what are the secrets to care for your lemon tree?
A North American native, the coneflower or Echinacea is a must-have for your summer garden. These daisy-like flowers can be found in an endless array of colors—various shades of purple and pink, green, yellow, orange, and white. These colorful flowers are the perfect perennials to brighten up your garden. They are also fantastic pollinators, attracting hummingbirds and bees all summer long. Here’s what you need to know about coneflower care in your garden!
Summer is right around the corner, and since we'll be seeing the sun more often, we might forget about those nice shaded spots in our gardens. Coral Bells are the perfect perennial to give your garden's cool, shaded areas the love they deserve with bright, flourishing colors! Check out these 7 varieties of Coral Bells that are sure to bring fresh life to your garden this summer!
Native to Asia, North America and South America, hydrangeas have become a sweet Southern staple that brings a breath of fresh air to any garden. The widest variety of species can be found in China, Japan and Korea. Not only do these beautiful blooms exist in almost every color, but they also come packed with history + symbolism. Keep reading to find out more about the hydrangea’s history!
One of our favorite things about spring is that it’s also strawberry season! It’s finally heating up outside, which means we want foods that will help cool us down! What better than a fresh salad filled with strawberries + other goodies straight from your garden? Check out this strawberry salad recipe to fill you up + cool you off on a warm day!
Summer is just around the corner, and along with the heat we welcome hibiscus! Tropical plants are perfect for warm weather + humidity, plus these brightly colored blooms bring life to any garden—literally! Want to know more about this Hawaii state flower and how to care for it in your garden? Check out some fun facts and tips on growing your hibiscus this year!
The only thing better than having a garden thriving with colorful blooms is noticing the flutter of a hummingbird’s wings outside your window! These cheery little birds bring joy to any garden. It’s migrating season for our fluttering friends, so with spring settling in we see more of them everyday. In winter, our Eastern US Ruby-Throated hummingbirds find homes in Mexico or Central America, and can start heading back our way as early as February. So now that these sweet birds are back, how can you attract more of them to your garden this season? Check out these helpful tips!
Nothing makes a spring garden sweeter than pops of color from flowers or shrubs. A member of the Rhododendron genus, azaleas are the perfect plant for making your garden come to life this season. They can be found in almost any color imaginable, and make a great year-round border for your front yard. Want to make your garden stand out this spring? Check out these simple tips to grow your azaleas!
Spring has sprung, and what better way to show how HOPPY you are than by filling your garden with bright colors? The ranunculus is perfect for the job. Ranunculus is more commonly referred to as the buttercup, though with over 250 different types, there are other members as well. Their colors range from white and cream, pastel mixes of pink, salmon and rose to yellow, sunset orange and red. Want to create a colorful landscape for your garden? Check out these tips on how to grow ranunculus this spring!
When a certain food has been used as medicine in Japan and China for centuries, you know it must be good! Shiitake mushrooms are packed with vitamins B and D, known to improve immune function, help lower cholesterol, and fight growth of cancer cells. Want to boost your immune system? Try this quesadilla recipe to keep your body healthy and happy this spring!
Could your lawn use a little TLC after such a cold winter this year? It might be time for new grass. We typically recommend planting grass in the fall, but it isn’t too late! There’s still time to get a lush green lawn if you start planting now! Garden Supply Company has everything you need this spring to go green!
One of the greatest things about gardening is being able to satisfy our need to get outside and play! If you’ve ever had or known a child with cancer, you’ll understand how important it is for them to be able to do just that—play. For this reason, Roc Solid Foundation is a charity that is near and dear to our hearts at Garden Supply Company.
We're no longer counting down the days until Spring because it's already arriving at Garden Supply Company! Everyday we see a little more color around here and we couldn't be more excited to share our plants and landscaping tips with you. That's why we're hosting our big Spring party a little early this year!
Your honey might be a dirt digger but so long as he or she isn't a gold digger, we have just the homemade treat for you to make their Valentine's Day sweet! Try this recipe for Honey Chocolate-Covered Strawberries. It's easy and you can find all of the ingredients you'll need at your local grocery store. We do recommend, however, visiting us to pick up a jar of our GSCO honey–the most important ingredient!