Welcome to Our Blog

Welcome to Stadler Nurseries' Blog! As we prepare to welcome a new gardening season, we are excited to introduce a new way to reach out to our fellow gardeners. Our weekly blog will be ever-blooming with tips, trends, how-to's, plant pairings, interesting facts, recipes and so much more.


Under the Wire: Planting Beneath Power Lines

 

In our increasingly wireless world, it may be easy to forget there are still wires running cross country delivering power - and some may run right through your yard. Whether the power company has had to remove your too-tall trees or whether you are planting under overhead utility wires for the first time, let us help you select the right trees that will keep you and your power company happy.

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Mum's the Word!

 

Want to add a punch of color to your fall landscape? Chrysanthemums, more commonly known as mums, may be just what you need.  Not just any variety of mum will do though!  Be sure to look for Belgian Garden Mums.  They have become more readily available in recent years and are far superior to old-fashioned varieties from your grandmother's day.

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Dividing To Multiply

I'm sure you have heard that perennials should be divided, but what does that mean? How do you do it? And when? With a few guidelines, you'll be a pro at this simple garden task.

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Meet Your New Favorite Plant: Sunrosa Roses

We all love the non-stop color and easy-care of Knock Out roses, but their size can be too large for many garden spaces. Fortunately, an exciting new series of roses has been introduced: the Sunrosa Collection. Their compact habit make them the ideal choice for a small to mid-size landscape. And you'll fall in love with their flowers that bloom spring- fall!

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My Plants Won't Bloom: Troubleshoot Here!

You spend hours pouring over gardening books, magazines, and websites looking for the perfect blooming plants for your gardens. You make your selections, plant your plants and then wait, anticipating a magnificent show. And then…no blooms! Why?! By asking a few questions, you can troubleshoot here:

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