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Now in the Garden

Expert tips and advice from Armstrong Garden Centers to help you succeed throughout the year with your lawn and garden.  

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  • April Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Get cook’n! Start seeds for heirloom kitchen gardens. Look for Botanical Interests organic seeds. Select and plant roses. A wide selection is available in stores now. It’s edible time. After the danger of frost has past, begin planting warm season vegetables like tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, cucumbers and herbs. Continue to plant [...] Read Full Article
  • March Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden On your mark, get set, grow! All types of summer vegetables can be planted now. Amend and feed the soil with E.B. Stone Flower and Vegetable planting mix and Tomato & Vegetable Food. Start planting. Now’s the right time to plant citrus, avocado and macadamia nut trees with the [...] Read Full Article
  • February Garden Tips

    In the Garden Be happy, be glad! Plant bulbs of glamorous gladiola now for spectacular summer color. Add color to your yard by planting deciduous magnolias. Stunning flowering trees in full bloom make a beautiful focal point in the garden. Don’t forget your sweetheart. Roses are always a favorite and Armstrong Garden Centers [...] Read Full Article
  • January Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Get ready, get set, plant! Dormant plants are ready to set into the ground. Shop early for the best selection of roses, fruit trees and berries. Protect plants from frost. Plants in containers can be grouped close together on a porch or patio, or moved to a protected area [...] Read Full Article
  • December Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Plant cool-season annuals. For a fresh look plant linaria, nemesia and diascia. Poppies, snapdragons, pansies, violas and stock are never out of style.   Freshen up container gardens. Choose colorful foliage plants, cool-season annuals and late summer bloomers. Ornamental grasses are their prettiest now.   Plant California wildflower seeds and California native [...] Read Full Article
  • November Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Go native! Fall is the best time to plant native California bulbs, flowers, trees and shrubs. Cooler temperatures allow plants to get established before the heat of summer. Start a salad bowl. Tasty and tender greens to tempt your tummy. Plant in a container of heirloom lettuce varieties and [...] Read Full Article
  • October Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Sow cool-season seeds for incredible spring color. Try larkspur, lupine, nigella, pansy, Shirley poppy and sweet pea. Freshen up container gardens. Choose colorful foliage plants, cool-season annuals and late summer bloomers. Ornamental grasses are at their best now. Plant mums, snapdragons pansies, stock and calendula for beautiful fall color. Divide [...] Read Full Article
  • September Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Fall is for planting. Now’s the very best time to plant just about everything. Warm soil, cooler air and (hopefully) rain make for well-established plants that really burst forth next spring. Refresh your garden. After our hot, hot summers, it’s time to refresh with seasonal color. Cool-season flowers to [...] Read Full Article
  • August Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Water Wisely. Plants like azaleas and camellias will benefit from a little extra water. Most established plants need about one inch of water per week to perform at their best. Water just until you see run off between 6-10am. Mound Up the Mulch. Make sure all planting areas have [...] Read Full Article
  • July Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Water Wisely. During dry weather, continue to keep the garden adequately watered. Remember, a weekly deep, thorough soaking is more beneficial than a daily light sprinkling. Water between 6-10am to avoid evaporation. Thank you very mulch. Conserve water, relieve plant stress and control weeds by applying a 2-inch thick layer of [...] Read Full Article
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