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 use container. It controls destructive worms, […]
Summer sale now going on for all our remaining annuals, hanging baskets, tropical plants, vegetables and herbs. Get them while supplies last!
Pre-summer sale! – All vegetable and herb plants are now 50% off! We still have over 30 varieties of tomato plants, 20 varieties of pepper plants and a host of herbs for the cook in the family. Come and get’em while supplies last.
Our apologies to everyone who may have tried to call the farm in the last two days; our phone system was damaged during the storm that came through late Saturday afternoon. Our system has now been repaired and our phone system is back to normal. Thank you again for your patience and understanding in this […]
Burger Farm is open today, Sunday, 5/27, 9am to 6pm. Our phone system however is not working due to a power surge we encountered yesterday when a terrible storm rolled through here late yesterday afternoon leaving us without power. We appreciate your patience while we try to repair our phone system with our local provider. […]
We hope today’s rain is Mother nature’s last prank on us and that spring weather finally gets here. Don’t let the rain get you down, as we have 60,000 square feet of covered shopping so you can still shop for the plants you want weather its cloudy and crappy or sunny and seventy. We’re fully […]
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 Plant Series. They are calling these the “Zoo’s Best” Plants. Working with […]
How and When to Prune Which Plants BY MARIE IANNOTTI Updated 11/27/17 Chris Clinton/Digital Vision/Getty Images Most plants benefit from some sort of regular pruning and maintenance. It keeps them healthy and encourages fresh, new growth. The trick is in knowing when to prune what. A great many flowering and fruiting plants prefer to be pruned while […]
Helleborus, aka Lenten Rose, are one of nature’s early bloomers. These deer resistant perennials are perfect for some spring time beauty in your garden. They do well in full sun to partial shade locations and prefer well drained soil. If you would like to learn more about them, stop by the farm and talk with […]
Pansies are here! You’ve been calling for them and now we’ve got them. Available in market baskets, cell packs, 8″ and 10″ pots. We also received 5 different varieties of early blooming Lenten Rose perennials and “Provence” Lavender plants. We know the official first day of Spring is March 20th, but it always seems like […]