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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!

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

Crabgrass Control Starts in Spring

Crabgrass Control SpreaderAs many a homeowner knows, crabgrass is an ugly and tedious lawn weed that grows in a prostrate fashion close to the ground, stemming out like the legs of a crab. It grows in clumps, becomes very thick and patchy, and tends to choke out the more desirable grasses surrounding it.

Crabgrass grows briskly and thrives in hot weather. It usually starts to grow in early spring when the soil temperature reaches 55-60 degrees, and remains that temperature for about a week or more. The grass particularly likes hot, dry areas and tends to grow in bare spots of soil where it may get more sunlight. It is also common by windows where the sun reflects onto the ground, heating it. It dies out in late summer, germinates, and then spreads its seed in the fall. Of course the best way to prevent this lawn weed is to have a thickly grown, healthy lawn. However if crabgrass has already encroached, there are some other options. Continue Reading Crabgrass Control Starts in Spring