Author: Natureworks

Greetings!     Halloween has come and gone and November is upon us. We are experiencing another brief interlude of Indian Summer, with temperatures heading into the 70's and bulbs to get in the ground, so much to do in our client's gardens. We even have some brand...

Halloween is just around the corner, and with the final weekend of October comes a few special events that you won't want to miss. This Saturday morning in our last Early Bird Sale of 2016. If you get here between 7 and 9 am, you will...

1. Plant cloves directly in the ground about 4-6 weeks before the soilfreezes (usually not until mid to late December in Connecticut). Each clove will produce one plant with a single bulb - which may in turn contain up to twenty cloves. 2. Choose a garden...

It's a REALLY busy week for me and the Natureworks staff. Friday night Kassie and I are going to be auctioneers at the CT Horticultural Society Plant Acution in Vernon. Saturday morning I am teaching Dividing Perennials at Natureworks. Then, I high tail it up...

What a lovely week we are experiencing! I am seeing brilliant blue skies, colorful flowers everywhere you look, grasses waving gracefully in the breeze, monarch butterflies flitting about, birds swooping from birdbath to bush. I love this season. At Natureworks, we are DETERMINED to make...

This Friday afternoon from 5:00 - 6:00 pm, I have been asked to give a presentation at the North Haven Fair on Planting for Pollinators and Butterflies. I am so psyched! I will be at one of the classrooms put together by the Boy Scout...

Labor Day has come and gone. In the past week, Natureworks has totally transformed the inside of our store into BULB paradise. Not only do we have thousands of beautiful spring and early summer blooming bulbs in stock, we 'Waterlily' Colchicums, culinary sage, and Allium thungbergii...

The extreme and prolonged temperatures in the 90's of the past few weeks have really tested the tenacity of all gardeners. We are finally getting some deep soaking rains after nearly a month of completely dry conditions. If your garden has suffered, you are not...

We are deep in the heart of August and just emerging from a brutal heat wave. Although it has been tough on gardeners, I have literally watched my plants grow, especially the vegetables. All of the sudden I am swimming in cucumbers. The tomatoes are starting...