Category Archives: Gardening Tips

Your March to-do list at your garden supply in New Jersey!

March traditionally comes in like a lion and out like a lamb. It’s time to visit your favorite garden supply in New Jersey to check off the early-spring “to-dos!”

Spring Has Sprung at Mendham Garden Supply in New Jersey

Don’t forget to download Mendham Garden Center’s Gardening Calendar – a beautifully illustrated reminder of what needs to happen when to cultivate vibrant landscapes.

Gardening To-Dos for March

It’s no surprise that while mid-winter to-do lists are rather short, March’s list brings us out of hibernation. Pour a cup of coffee or your favorite energizing tea and let’s get to work. Continue Reading Your March to-do list at your garden supply in New Jersey!

Seed Starting – How can a Garden Center in New Jersey help you

Seed Starter

When the possibilities of a freeze last into late-April, which kills young seedlings, it is better to start seeds indoors (or in a greenhouse), so they’re more mature when transplanted after the last frost.

Visit a Mendham Garden Center in New Jersey to Begin Seed Starts

If you are new to the homegrown vegetable scene, we welcome you. Your household will derive great joy watching seeds sprout, grow, transplant, and then flourish – yielding delicious vegetables through the late summer and fall. the Following are some pro tips to get you started. Continue Reading Seed Starting – How can a Garden Center in New Jersey help you

Premium Garden Center experience in Morris, New Jersey!

Garden Center in Morris, New Jersey Has Everything For the Homestead

Garden enthusiasts in Morris, New Jersey are in luck. Our family-owned, community-oriented, premium garden center is located right in your home township. Whether you run a full-blown farm, a micro-homestead, or simply enjoy the benefits of a well-landscaped yard, our garden center in Morris, New Jersey has everything you need.

Unlike corporate “Big Box” stores, our family-owned and operated garden centers take a personalized approach with our products and customer service. We love getting to know our customers. And, after 60+ years in business, we now take pride in serving our original customers’ children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren as they continue the tradition of gardening, growing, enjoying nature, and making our world a more beautiful place. Continue Reading Premium Garden Center experience in Morris, New Jersey!

Everyone needs a favorite Garden Center in New Jersey!

There are a few good reasons why every home (or homestead!) owner needs a favorite garden center in New Jersey. By and large, it’s just nice to have a familiar place to go, where you know your way around, and where you enjoy professional farm/garden services and camaraderie from a team of people who feel like friends.

The added benefit of regional garden expertise also means you’ll walk out the door with exactly what you need the first time around, minimizing the hassle of ineffective products or the need to add “returns/replacements” to an already overflowing list-of-things-to-do.

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Are you looking for a Garden Center that has it all in New Jersey?

With all of the extra time spent closer to home these days, backyard and community gardens have never looked more vibrant. And, since all landscapes require continuing love and attention, it’s important to develop a relationship with a garden center in New Jersey that has everything you need. Continue Reading Are you looking for a Garden Center that has it all in New Jersey?

Seasonal Home Gardening: Fall and Winter Vegetable Growth Guide

There are some definite advantages to growing fall and winter vegetables apart from the fact that they can provide you with a year-round supply of healthy, nutritional foods. During the off-season, pests are not nearly as prevalent as they are during spring and summer. Continue Reading Seasonal Home Gardening: Fall and Winter Vegetable Growth Guide

woman watering indoor plants

How to Move Your Indoor Plants Outside

Are you tired of being kept indoors by cold weather? So are your plants.

As we move from winter into spring, you might want to consider moving your indoor plants outdoors to give them some sunlight and fresh air.

But moving plants outside can be tricky. Exposing them to the elements too quickly can cause your plants to become stressed, which can hurt their growth.

Read this blog post for some advice from a Hunterdon NJ gardeners’ supply store on the best ways to bring indoor plants outside.

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The Downside: Components of Healthy Topsoil

Someone gardening with topsoil

By, the old guy with a pony tail at Mendham Garden Center

You can call it dirt, soil, root zone or a host of other terms. It’s the downside to the establishment and management of your lawn.

A turf manager once told me, “You can grow grass on a rock, just give it what it needs”. Although this is true, deep healthy topsoil works a whole lot better.

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What Do I Do with My Garden in Winter?

A semi-formal domestic garden under snow.

It’s winter, and while the rest of the world seems to be hibernating, you’re taking a page from that Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young song: you’ve got to get yourself back to the garden.

The ground outside may be frozen, but that doesn’t mean you can’t focus on your garden. There are things you can grow, and springtime preparations to make. Here are a few things you can do with your garden this winter. Continue Reading What Do I Do with My Garden in Winter?

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Garden

It’s the closing moments of December 31, 2018. The old year is about to fade away, making room for the new one.

And after you’ve counted down until midnight and popped open the champagne, you take a minute to look into the future. You think about the resolutions you’ve made for the coming year…and wonder if you’ll be able to stick to them.

We can’t help you get to the gym every day or read more books. But we can offer some alternative resolutions, ones geared to your garden.

Here are 10 resolutions that can make gardening in Hunterdon County a new experience in 2019.

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