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5 Ways to Prepare Your Garden This Spring

Spring is finally here, and if you’re like us, your thoughts have turned to your garden.

Maybe you already know what you want to grow, and spending your days dreaming of all the different flowers, shrubs and trees you’ll plant this year.

Or maybe you’re worried that your garden just isn’t ready. It’s been sitting idle all winter, and you’re just not sure it’s ready for planting.

If you fall into the latter category, don’t fret. You can have your garden ready for the spring planting season with these garden preparation steps.

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Tips For Planning Your Spring Garden

NJ Garden CenterSpring is coming. Days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer, and soon green things will be sprouting in your yard.

Now is the time to start thinking about what you’ll be growing this year, which is why we want to offer these tips for planning your spring garden. Continue Reading Tips For Planning Your Spring Garden

Checking the Health of Stored Plant Bulbs

Anybody with a green thumb can tell you the many great reasons for storing plant bulbs PlantBulbsbetween seasons. This is especially important for dahlias and gladiolas.

If you dig up your bulbs, rather than leaving them in the earth for the winter months, it’s essential to check the health of stored bulbs to avoid moisture, mold, mildew and other threats. Time spent inspecting your stored plant bulbs can save you hours of frustration later. Use these tips from our NJ garden center to help you root out rotting bulbs.

Leave them unchecked, and you risk starting the spring planting season with nothing but bad bulbs, as infection on one bulb can quickly spread to others.

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5 Quick Tips To Prepare Your NJ Garden For Spring

garden supply store and garden center tipsIt’s that time of year again, time to visit your garden supply store and get everything you need to prepare your garden for spring. Preparing now will save you time and frustration when all you want to do is spend time planting and tending to your nursery. Here’s what you need to do to prep your NJ garden for spring:

1. Clean your garden

Reorganizing your kitchen cabinets should not be the only thing on your spring cleaning to-do list. When was the last time you did a sweep of your nursery? Get rid of any plant debris. Be on the lookout for hibernating bugs—they like to hide out by the crowns of your perennial plants. Clean all of your gardening tools. See which ones need to be replaced and stop by your garden supply store for new ones.

Also, wash any pots you have in your garden, and make sure you get in all of the crevices. Pests and disease can remain in these small spaces and kill young plants. Check your landscape supply store for products that can help you clean every corner of your NJ garden. Continue Reading 5 Quick Tips To Prepare Your NJ Garden For Spring

Welcome to the All-New Mendham Garden Centers’ Website!

GardenMendham Garden Center has been proud to serve Central Jersey garden enthusiasts since 1960, and our “youngest” store, in Annandale between Clinton and Flemington, is celebrating its 25th year helping customers with their home and garden needs.

The new website is designed to help consumers before they even walk through the door. Our experienced staff works with customers to figure out which perennials make sense for their garden, or what steps they need to take to make sure their lawn is ready for the winter. However, we know that many people may be pinched for time, so we have brought many of these same resources online for your needs.

Product Listings

While we carry a number of products from bird feed and hardscaping materials to split rail fencing for area farms, keep in mind that our inventory at each of our three Central Jersey garden center locations offers a number of options for your needs. In general, however, you can find the following products: Continue Reading Welcome to the All-New Mendham Garden Centers’ Website!