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Moss in my yard!

Moss in my yard!

Moss in my yard; are you kidding me? Warmer temperatures and sunshine seemed to have arrived, but unfortunately these desirable changes also start the annual battle with weeds in your lawn or garden. My personal battle this year started like this - I sowed some grass...

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IT’S ABOUT TO LOOK A LITTLE BIT LIKE CHRISTMAS!

IT’S ABOUT TO LOOK A LITTLE BIT LIKE CHRISTMAS!

Fresh cut Christmas trees, pine roping, wreaths, poinsettias and other fresh greenery will be arriving soon to fulfill your holiday decorating needs. Christmas tree varieties this year are limited to Fraser fir and Fraser/Balsam Hybrid fir due to continued tree...

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Fall Leaves – Mulching is better for your yard

Fall Leaves – Mulching is better for your yard

Don't Rake Those Leaves — Mulch Them Into Your Lawn Large shade trees in your yard are great in the summer, but come fall, those big trees drop leaves and that means a lot of extra fall clean up. There's good news however; a study done at Michigan State University...

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Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park coming to Burger Farm

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park coming to Burger Farm

The fields of Burger Farm and Garden Center still have many spooky tales to tell in this follow-up to 2020’s “Children of the Corn Maze”. Teenagers keep disappearing after dark, leaving hardly any evidence in their wake. Could it be the Greenville Ghost, a monstrous...

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Time for Fall Decorating!

Time for Fall Decorating!

The chill is in the air so it must be time for fall decorating. Pumpkins, gourds, mums, cornstalks, fall squash, indian corn, mini straw bales and so much more to choose from. Open daily 9am to 6pm

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Lawn Care Simplified

Lawn Care Simplified

  SPRING LAWN CARE SIMPLIFIED – OUR GUIDE TO ACHIEVING A SPECTACULAR LAWN We hear it all the time, “I just want a pretty lawn, but I’ve got some weeds and some bare spots.  What do I do first?”  The truth is that there is not one correct answer because so much...

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Cold Crop Plants are Here!

Cold Crop Plants are Here!

All your favorite "cold tolerate" vegetable plants are here.  Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussel Spouts, Cabbage and more are now available.  We also have some early herb plants and a great early selection of berry plants - blue berry, raspberry, black berry and...

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Get your garden started now!

Get your garden started now!

While the days are cold and dreary and maybe even a little snow on the ground; now is actually the time to start thinking about starting your own garden vegetable plants indoors from seed.  Many vegetables have suggested indoor seed starting dates in the date range...

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Pansies are here!

Pansies are here!

Who doesn't love these early, cold hardy, colorful, Spring beauties!  They are now in stock in cell packs, 6" pots, Mixed color bowls and hanging baskets.  Coming soon will be the ever popular Lenten Rose and other early bloomers.

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HUGE CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS SALE!

HUGE CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS SALE!

50% OFF ALL FRESH WREATHS, GREENS! 50% OFF SELECT CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS AND GIFT WARE GIFT CARD SALE - GET $5 IN BURGER BUCKS FOR EVERY $50 GIFT CARD PURCHASE SEE STORE FOR DETAILS ON SALE ITEMS

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Get your garden ready!

Top 4 Tips to Get Your Garden Ready Gardening and planting in the springtime are some of the most liberating experiences of the whole year. We get to access our inner child, play in the dirt, and make something beautiful and functional. Making sure that you are...

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Fall Garden Planting

Fall Garden Planting

For the last few weeks, you've been (hopefully) enjoying some wonderful harvests from your summer vegetable, flower and herb gardens. You've been watching your tomatoes grow to the perfect size and the perfect shade of red or yellow, you're about to have more...

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Thank you for thinking of us

Nobody knew what to expect at the start of March this year. Let's face it, we still don't know what's really around the corner. In the last 16 weeks or so, we have seen everyone, in every industry, make some sort of adjustment to help get through the challenges we...

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Squash (the) Vine Borer

Squash (the) Vine Borer

Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cabbage worms, and squash vine borers. No, that's not how the old nursery rhyme goes, but it's how some of our gardens are. It's no wonder that while we are excited to reap the benefits of...

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Cabbage Worms & Loopers- what to watch for

Cabbage Worms & Loopers- what to watch for

Last week we locked horns with some deer issues. It's another week, and so another critter to wrestle. Are you noticing signs of pests worming their way in to your vegetable plants? If you're seeing some holes in the leaves of your Cole crops (cruciferous vegetables,...

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Oh, deer….

Oh, deer….

Picture it, 2020, Cincinnati, (not Sicily 😉 ) you're in your garden...it survived the post Mother's Day frost, it's surviving  COVID-19, and therefore, it's *probably*surviving you obsessively checking each sprout, bud, new leaf or growth every day, multiple times a...

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Earth Day Turns 50

Earth Day turns 50 this year- Wednesday, April 22. Like everyone else celebrating a birthday in these spring and summer months in 2020, festivities might be a little subdued. Don't fret- we can still go outside and give the Earth a high five and a birthday shout....

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The Native (Plants) are Gettin’ Restless!

April 2020 will go down as one for the books- but sadly, not because it's Ohio's Inaugural Native Plant Month. In July 2019, Gov. Mike DeWine signed into law that moving forward, April will be recognized as Native Plant Month, which aims, "to increase public awareness...

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Houseplants help you breathe better- NASA said so!

Houseplants help you breathe better- NASA said so!

Would you believe the air in your home may be up to 30 times more toxic than the air outdoors? Did you read that right? Oftentimes inside there’s nowhere for the pollutants to go..they’re trapped in the same space with you, and you’re continually cycling them in and...

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Hellebores are here, right on time

The first offering of the season- Hellebores, or Lenten Roses, have arrived. Run, don't walk, to the Garden Center to get yours before they're gone. We've got five varieties for you to choose from: Wedding Party, Merlin, Ivory Prince, Shooting Star and Pink Frost....

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SPRING SEEDS ARE HERE

Who need seeds? We’ve got a bumper crop! Whether you are a beginner or an old garden master, we have what you need and the knowledge to help get your garden started.  LET'S GROW SOMETHING FUN TOGETHER!

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National Garden Bureau’s 2020 Annual of the Year

National Garden Bureau’s 2020 Annual of the Year

And the winner is: Lantana Lantana has a rich history of being utilized in the garden for long-lasting, colorful blooms, superior heat tolerance and the ability to attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Featuring clusters of bright colors, solid as well as...

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Finding the Perfect Mother’s Day Gift

Finding the Perfect Mother’s Day Gift

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and now is the perfect time to show your mom just how special she is to you. Your mom carried you, loved you, and has helped you through every step of your life. There may never be a way to repay the kindness she has given you,...

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Problems with your Rhododendrons?

Problems with your Rhododendrons?

Issues with rhododendrons are rare as they are relatively low maintenance plants. Rhododendron pests and disease harm plants that are stressed due to environmental conditions or injury. Common problems of rhododendron bushes can be avoided by providing the best...

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Is Lichen On Trees Harmful?

Is Lichen On Trees Harmful?

If you’re wondering what lichen is, why it’s on your tree, and whether it’s harming the tree, then here are the answers! WHAT IS LICHEN? First, although lichen grows and looks plant-like, it’s not a plant. Instead, lichen is the result of a symbiotic relationship...

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Pets leave paw prints on your heart

It is with great sadness that we want to inform all our frequent customers that our mascot “LC” the cat, passed away earlier this week.  LC was our feline ambassador for twelve years and will be missed by many.  She was always lounging around the checkout...

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Do you have holes in your vegetable plant leaves?

Do you have holes in your vegetable plant leaves?

Do your vegetable plants look like this and you don't know what to do?         The holes in your vegetable plant leaves are most often caused by chewing insects and can be easily controlled with a safe and organic product from Bonide in a ready to...

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Zoo’s Best Plants for Pollinators!

Zoo’s Best Plants for Pollinators!

After more than 25 years of trialing plants, The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden knows which plants grow and look best in our region. By focusing that list to the plants that benefit pollinators the most, they have created the Zoo’s Best Plants for Pollinators...

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