Archive for May, 2013

Gator Mulch Bond

Mulch Bond is a brand new product from Alliance Gator, designed specifically to keep mulch in place. Read below to learn about its benefits.

Helps resist:


        * Wash out

        * Wind


        *Remains permeable for watering

        *Keeps mulch in place

        *Reduces maintenance and clean up

        *VOC-Free EPA Compliant

        *Durable in extreme temperatures

        *Retains humidity

Applying Mulch Bond is done in four simple steps:

 1.Shake Mulch Bond container prior to filling the sprayer.

2.Use the sprayer to bind mulch in place.

3.Allow to dry for a minimum of 24 hours without rain.

4.Rinse sprayer with water once the Mulch Bond application is completed.

Coverage rate is 1 gallon per 100 square feet for new areas and 1 gallon per 200 square feet for maintenance. Outside temperatures need to be above 60°F to apply.
Stop by or call us at 814-696-1920 for pricing on this product!
Posted on: May 24th, 2013 by admin | Comments Off

Memorial Day Weekend Sale

This Friday, Saturday and Monday- Our Memorial Day Sale!!!

    *  Hours: Friday 8-6, Saturday 8-5, and Monday 8-12.

    *  Know-n-Grow Seminar~The Perfect Planters

    *  20% off roses

    *  $2 off per yard of mulch

Read below to find out more about what’s happening this weekend.

Have you done your mulching yet? Well, this weekend is the perfect time to get it done if you haven’t! All of our mulch will be $2 off per yard Friday, Saturday and Monday!!! CLICK HERE to see our mulch page and check out all your options. And don’t consider skipping it for this year-read last week’s blog post to find out just why mulching is important for the health and beauty of your landscape.


But that’s not everything-all roses are 20% off this weekend!

We’re also having our first Know~n~Grow this Saturday. CLICK HERE for more information and to register.

Stop by to take advantage of these sales this weekend-we look forward to seeing you!!

Posted on: May 21st, 2013 by admin | Comments Off

Why Use Beneficial Bacteria?

Check out this video from Aquascape to learn just why adding Beneficial Bacteria is a good thing.

Posted on: May 17th, 2013 by admin | Comments Off

Our Beautiful Combination Planters

Dirt is flying back in our potting corner, flowers are being carted in, hands are busy, and when all the dirt has settled the result is a collection of beautiful combination planters. These planters are full of color, suitable for sun and shade. Here are a couple pictures:

And… if you have your own pots, but don’t have time to plant them-or your thumb isn’t green-bring them out and we will plant them for you!!

Posted on: May 16th, 2013 by admin | Comments Off

Why Mulch??

Have you done your mulching yet for this spring? It’s never too late to mulch!

Is it worth going to the extra work of mulching your flowerbeds or gardens? Absolutely! There are several very good reasons why using mulch is beneficial.

        *  Mulch keeps weeds down and keeps them from germinating.

        *  It helps keep moisture in the ground which is a big plus during hot summer months.

        *  As it breaks down and decomposes it adds nutrients to your soil.

        *  Mulching in the fall keeps roots of more sensitive plants from freezing during the winter.

So what kind of mulch do you need? Regular undyed bark mulch is great for trees, shrubs, blueberry plants, etc. Dyed hardwood mulch does the job as well, plus it keeps its color longer. Bark mulch will soon fade but has an advantage in that it adds more nutrients to your soil since it decomposes more quickly.

 For vegetable gardens and flowerbeds planted with annuals, mushroom compost is the perfect choice.  Besides keeping down weeds and keeping in moisture, it also acts as a fertilizer to your plants. Mushroom compost is also the best kind of mulch to mulch your roses with in the fall for protection from the winter elements.

Posted on: May 16th, 2013 by admin | Comments Off

Aquatic Plants are Here!

Yes, our aquatic plants are finally here! We have our usual selection of tropical and hardy marginals, hardy lilies, and floaters. Aquatic plants are an excellent addition to  provide life and visual impact to your pond. But they have a practical value as well. They help balance the ecosystem of your pond and feed on the same nutrients that the unsightly algae in your pond feeds on, consequentially starving the algae. Stop by today to pick yours out!


Posted on: May 13th, 2013 by admin | Comments Off
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