Check out this link to a how to video from our California friends at Dave Wilson Nursery! Dave Wilson Nursery: Summer Pruning Tips & Advice Dave Wilson Nursery’s Tom Spellman demonstrates summer pruning to manage fruit tree height and vigor, showing the difference between fruiting wood and unneeded vegetative growth.
Tri City Nursery is now selling Flagstone chips from StoneCover LLC! Do you crave variety? Do you appreciate being offered products that are naturally beautiful, lasting and unique? Flagstone Chips are simply, beautiful stones. A new multi-functional, decorative landscaping rock you will love with almost twice the coverage per square foot vs. gravels. Flagstone chips come from the beautiful mountains of central Utah. […]
Thank you for choosing Tri City Nursery! We appreciate your business and strive to make our nursery your first stop this holiday season. From fresh cut trees to decorations and holiday gift ideas, Tri City Nursery has the best selection this Christmas season! We carry the following fresh cut Christmas trees: Sub-Alpine Fir Noble Fir […]
Fall Planting Tips & Tricks! The time is right to get growing! Tempting as it may be to buy plants in spring when they’re looking full and luscious, fall is actually the perfect time to work on landscaping, says Dr. Ken Tilt, an expert horticulturist. “Fall is really an ideal time for planting,” he says. […]
We had so much fun with our Mom & Me Garden Class! We learned all about how to plant and care for succulents. And we also talked about how to use imagination to make mini gardens grow. These kids are green thumbs for sure!
July Grass is more likely to be stressed in the heat of the summer, so do not aerate or apply fast-release fertilizers while the lawn deals with the heat. Some perennials like phlox, beebalm, and delphiniums can benefit from being staked. You can still plant beets and carrots for a fall crop. 7 […]
June Now is the time to plant! It’s not to late for annuals, perennials and veggies. Pansies are starting to lose their vigor as the heat arrives. You can replace them with other annuals such as salvias, marigolds and zinnias. Daily misting of foliage on recently transplanted shrubs and bushes helps to ensure late plantings […]
Mothers Day 2014 at Tri City Nursery.