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Scappoose, OR 97056, USA
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Since 1983, Black Gold® has been producing quality soil for your garden and landscape. All Black Gold® mixes are professionally formulated to ensure success, many products have been certified by the Mulch & Soil Council, which shows Black Gold® products are made with the highest quality ingredients.
All Purpose Potting Soil, Organic Garden Compost, Natural & Organic Potting Soil, Waterhold CocoBlend Potting Soil, Soil Conditioner. All in stock, 1 cu. ft. to 2 cu. ft. bags.
Raspberry Shortcake™ Dwarf Thornless Raspberry: This exciting new dwarf, thornless red raspberry from Monrovia's BrazelBerries™ Collection has an endearing, rounded growth habit and is perfectly suited to large patio containers. It will nicely fill out no matter what the shape, or spread slightly in the landscape, and requires no staking! Self fertile, yielding full-sized, nutritious and super sweet berries in mid-summer. This showstopper will be a lovely addition to the balcony, patio, or garden. Deciduous.
$21.99 (1.6 gallon)
- Limited to stock on hand -
SunPatiens® is a revolutionary new hybrid impatiens bred by Sakata. These remarkable plants represent a breakthrough in flower breeding: robust, sun–loving, heat–loving impatiens that thrive in full sun or part shade and deliver continuous color from spring through frost. Whether used in baskets, window boxes, patio pots or in the landscape, these beautiful plants combine massive flower power with tough, low-maintenance plants that flourish almost anywhere.
Means Nursery is pleased to carry "Mighty ‘Mato", the first national brand featuring grafted tomatoes and grafted vegetables. Mighty ‘Mato brings the benefits that produce growers have used for decades to home gardeners. Mighty ‘Mato flavors are grafted onto our exclusive SuperNatural rootstock–we selected it for its perfect combination of soil-borne disease resistance and its ability to support higher yielding plants.
Benefits of GRAFTING onto SuperNatural™ Rootstock:
ENDLESS SUMMER® HYDRANGEA:
With the Endless Summer® Collection, you'll enjoy beautiful blooms from late spring to fall, year after year. Uniquely bred to flower on old and new growth, these stunning hydrangea varieties are ideal for first-timers and master gardeners alike.
Endless Summer® Bella Anna® PP21,227
Endless Summer® Twist-n-Shout® PP20,176Read More
Garden center specials. Here you will find sale items and nursery overstock at great prices.
These items are limited to stock on hand.Read More
Beautiful hanging baskets loaded with colorful flowers: Ivy & zonal geraniums, mixed premium annuals. Proven Winners Supertunia baskets.
Fuchsia - $17.99
Combination mixed anuuals - $19.99
Geranium - $18.99
Maintaining your hanging basket fall into three categories: water, fertilizer, and maintenance.
Watering is key to maintaining a hanging basket, or any container plant. Keeping the soil too wet will result in root rot, keeping the soil it too dry the plant wilts and dies. Here are the rules of thumb for watering hanging baskets:
1. Make sure your pot has drainage holes
2. Water only when the top of the soil is dry
3. Water until water comes out of the drainage holes
4. Don’t allow your pot to sit in standing water
5. During hot weather you may have to water twice a day
Container plants only get nutrition if you provide it to them. After watering, fertilizer is the most important thing to keep your plants looking good. Adding a slow or controlled-release fertilizer to your hanging basket right after you buy or plant it will help keep them healthy. This will provide your basket with a good constant dose of fertilizer.
There are two other things you may want to do to help maintain your basket. First, some plants may need deadheading.
Second you may want to do is a midsummer trim. Hanging baskets can become a bit stretched or open looking over time, even when you are doing everything right. If this happens, I give your baskets a "haircut" in mid to late summer. This simply means I take a sharp pair of scissors or shears and trim a few inches off the entire basket, like when you get your hair trimmed.Read More