The transition of fall means bring our outdoor houseplants back indoors for the long winter. We want to share the 3 most important steps for success (a.k.a. gorgeous green leaves, no annoying white flies, just plain survivial!) for completing the task when you're short on time.Read More
You might be familiar with these pesky little beetles chewing away at your prize roses, shade-giving birch trees, or maybe even your veggies. Population numbers are expected to be very high this year as the soil moisture has been just right for high rates of larval survival. How very inconvenient.Read More
A little thought and planning can go a long way toward success. Annuals are short-lived plants, that, although they generally only last a season, add a lot of “punch” to your landscape. I like to think of them as the “accent” or “stand-out pieces” in your garden wardrobe!
Here are some tips to get you prepared for your trip to Schönheit Gardens.
Wisconsin weather is unpredictable so scheduling a crucial “Sanitation Day” in the spring can be difficult. Truthfully, browsing catalogues and imagining perfection is more pleasant than editing the depressing brown leftovers of seasons past. Nevertheless, be prepared to take action when weather permits! A garden walkabout is called for.Read More