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We believe in giving plants plenty of root space, so, for example, we use locally-made (in Leominster) hanging baskets which hold more soil than regular 10” hanging baskets, and we use 4 ½” pots instead of regular 4”. If we grow the plant ourselves from seed, an annual (flowers all season) in a 4 ½” […]
There’s more to our hanging baskets than meets the eye. We pay attention to every step, from choosing locally-produced baskets all the way down to adding mycorrhizae, living organisms that form a symbiotic relationship with the plant
Photos of 16 annuals that we’re featuring this year (among many, many others).
Fifteen people turned out for our July 30, 2011 workshop with long-time Monadnock beekeeper Jon Camp. Jon covered everything from getting started with a package to the types of bees. (A package contains three pounds of bees plus a queen.) Jon also talked about using smoke to calm bees. Smoke, he explained, triggers a natural […]
Some of our delphiniums are already in bloom.
Our hangers are still loaded with baskets.
We’ve invested in beneficial insects, water conservation, renewable energy and more.
Here, we try to answer the common questions about annuals.
Another Q&A format article that we hope helps with any questions you might have about plants that bloom year after year.