Monthly Archives: October 2010

31 10, 2010

Forcing Bulbs Indoors Generates Beautiful Blooms All Winter Long

2018-12-30T22:36:51+00:00October 31st, 2010|Categories: Tips|

There are many options for indoor flowering plants throughout the winter. Nearly every bulb variety can be “forced” or tricked into believing it is spring and time for them to shine. Paperwhite narcissus bulbs are great for forcing indoors because unlike many bulbs, they do not require a cold treatment. It usually takes only 3-5 [...]

26 10, 2010

Importance of Cleaning up Leaves

2018-12-30T22:35:31+00:00October 26th, 2010|Categories: Tips|

Here in the Omaha area, trees are dropping their leaves and it is important to prevent a heavy layer of leaves from building-up on your turf before winter. Heavy layers of tree leaves that shade the grass can smother and kill grass yet this fall. Plus tree leaf cover favors snow mold, which should still [...]

3 10, 2010

Planting Spring – Blooming Bulbs – A Fall Tradition

2018-12-30T22:33:08+00:00October 3rd, 2010|Categories: Tips|

Tobias and I just love fall! The weather is so welcome after the heat and humidity of summer and the colors, textures and aromas of the season are so fabulous. We know winter is coming so you want to make the most of every minute we can spend outdoors now.   One of our favorite [...]