Sometime in the next few weeks before it gets too cold, we all will be doing a thorough yard cleanup. While you are out working in your gardens and landscape beds be sure to get your plants prepared for next spring by fertilizing, pruning (when appropriate), and adding extra mulch if needed. Granular fertilizers such as Holly-tone and Plant-tone are ideal as they provide a long slow feed without the risk of over-fertilizing. Prune only your summer blooming plants which produce flowers on new growth. Leave plants like azalea, rhododendron, and pieris alone right now as they have already set bud for next spring. Hydrangeas can be tricky as well so give us a call if you are not sure just what to do.
Also, do not forget to feed your lawn this fall and add some pelletized lime while you are at it for great results next spring. We have all the garden supplies you need for lawn care, including a selection of organic products safe for kids and pets.
Main Line Gardens is a family-owned business that was established in 1981. More than just a full service garden center and nursery for professional landscaping and hardscaping, Main Line Gardens is an architect of beautiful, functional outdoor living spaces that provide a lifetime of enjoyment. The company's first priority and foremost goal is establishing long-term relationships with its customers by offering exceptional service and the highest quality products. This philosophy has defined its success for over 25 years and will continue for decades to follow. Main Line Gardens' experienced and professional staff takes customers all the way from design through installation, involving them every step of the way in the creation of their own outdoor landscaping paradise. Customers can choose from a full selection of plants, trees, shrubs, mulch and stones from the onsite full service nursery.
Please note that Main Line Gardens is not able to honor Waterloo Gardens gift cards/certificates, item exchanges or returns, broken or damaged items, etc. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.