Plant of the Month: Winterberry

During the winter season, one of New England’s most easily recognizable native plants is Winterberry (Ilex verticillata). Known for its bright red berries, this species colorful wintertime display is … [Read more...]

Lower Cape Home & Garden Expo

Come visit us at the Lower Cape Home & Garden Expo on Saturday, April 8th from 10:00 – 4:00.  We look forward to seeing you and sharing information about our company’s  wide range of tree, shrub … [Read more...]

Rotary Club of Hyannis –Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show

Join us on March 18th and 19th at one of Cape Cod’s largest home and garden shows.  Stop by Booth 121 to meet our staff.  We look forward to seeing you and sharing information about our company’s wide … [Read more...]

Cape’s Disappearing Salt Marsh

The Cape Cod Times had an article this week on the rapidly disappearing salt marshes on Cape Cod. We wanted to share the article because this is a growing concern for those of us that want to protect … [Read more...]

Moss Issues in the Home Lawn

Many homeowners feel frustrated when lawn moss invades their yard. It is in fact one of the most common lawn problems reported to our company and to extension services—especially in the early spring … [Read more...]

Michael Talbot Guest Hosting GardenLine

Michael Talbot will once again be the guest host on C.L. Fornari’s popular GardenLine radio call-in program this Saturday, February 14th at 8 AM. Tune in to WXTK 95.1 FM (or stream it live at … [Read more...]

Cape Cod Garden Calendar: January

January: As we enter the depth of the winter season—and most of our landscape is dormant—this is an excellent time to assess how our gardens and plants have done in the past year and to plan for the … [Read more...]

Cape-Friendly Garden Calendar

We are pleased to offer our clients and visitors our Cape-Friendly Garden Calendar to help you make your property look its best and maintain the most value. We have teamed up with Realtor Deborah … [Read more...]

Butterfly Milkweed – Asclepias tuberosa

One of our showiest native wildflowers here on the cape is Asclepias tuberosa, commonly known as butterfly milkweed. It is perfectly adapted to the dry sandy soils that dominate much of Cape Cod and … [Read more...]

Deer Ticks and Dog Ticks

Deer Ticks and Dog Ticks and the Serious Risk for Residents and Pets of Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts Deer Ticks (Ixodes scapularis), now called Black-Legged Ticks, are recognized as a … [Read more...]