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.


Charm and Structure: Hedges Have It All

We find that the most beautiful and intriguing gardens make use of hedges to create a bit of mystery, to encourage flow throughout the garden and to make unique garden rooms. Hedges can also create privacy, define spaces, add linear structure, or be used as a living fence.

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Get Your Berries On!

Brilliant foliage isn't the only way to have fall color in your gardens. Add another layer of color and interest by planting shrubs and perennials that have beautiful berries. You'll also invite more birds to your yard by providing an additional food source. Need some inspiration? Try one or more of these winners...

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Grooming Your Houseplants for Winter

Now is a good time to give your houseplants a bit of a spa treatment. Take advantage of a warm, sunny day to take your plants outside to give them a nice grooming. It is not necessary to take them outside, it just makes clean up a snap.

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What About All Those Spotty Leaves?

Whew, what a year it has been! First weeks and weeks of rainy cool weather in the spring followed by a long stretch of extremely hot, dry days in mid-summer. And when we just couldn't take any more of the heat, it rained for days and days in late July which just ramped up our usual August humidity. All the fluctuations in the weather this year have really taken a toll on our garden plants.

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Don't Turn Up Your Nose at Goldenrod!

First things first... Goldenrod does not cause hay fever. Many people forgo this wonderful plant because they are afraid it will aggravate their hay fever symptoms. This long-standing garden myth is simply not true. Solidago's, aka Goldenrod's, pollen is too heavy to float in the air.

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