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We’re here to help you with your outdoor and indoor gardening needs. Have questions? Just ask our experts! 

Begonias are the easiest annual to grow!

Sean’s “Annual” Love Affair With Begonias

They’re beguiling. They’re bewitching. They’re begonias and they’re Sean’s favorite annual. Sean, our horticulture guru here at The Gardener's Center, points out some key reasons why they make great additions to gardens and containers, no matter your light conditions. Watch the video and see if they're not going to be...

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Some weeds you want in your garden: Milkweed and Butterfly Weed

Add Milkweed and Butterfly Weed to Your Garden

Weeds are the bane of most gardeners existence, but Sean, our horticulture expert, talks about some wonderful “weeds” to include in your garden: These are two native milkweeds, the first called Asclepias Incarnata, or Swamp Milkweed, and Asclepias Tuberosa, or Butterfly Weed.

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How to choose the right catmint

Catmint: An Easy Garden Favorite

Interested in a super popular, ornamental perennial? Sean, our horticulture expert, is also a fan of catmints, (botanical name is Nepeta), not to be confused with catnip, although they are related. Why are catmints so popular? Well, they check a lot of boxes for gardeners.

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Pro-tips for enjoying a living Christmas tree for years to come.

Pro Tips for Enjoying Your Living Christmas Tree

A living Christmas tree is one that still has the roots attached to it, and may be in a pot or a burlap sack. As Sean, our horticulture guru here at The Gardener’s Center says, they’re going to “continue on with their lives” after the Christmas season and will get...

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Fresh-cut Christmas Tree Selecting & Caring

Selecting & Caring for your Fresh-cut Christmas Tree

It looks, smells and feels like Christmas in the nursery! Sean, our horticulture guru here at The Gardener’s Center, shares tips about selecting your fresh-cut tree, and how to keep your tree happy, healthy and—most importantly—safe while it’s in the house during the holiday season. But first…

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