Time to feed your cool season lawns, apply winterizer now and again in early-mid December. You can also apply lime and gypsum at this time.

October 15-January 15 is the best time for planting spring blooming bulbs.
Amaryllis, paperwhites, and 'pre-cooled' hyacinth bulbs are avaiable for winter forcing.
Stop by soon while selection is still good!

Depending on what weather predictor you use, The Farmer's Almanac, Woolly Worms or Persimmon Seeds, if you want to protect your broad-leafed evergreens through winter, be sure you keep them well watered until the ground starts to freeze. Spraying the leaves/needles with 'Wilt Stop' it will help to seal in the moisture and reduce winter burn and scorch.
It is also a good idea to spray your holiday wreaths, roping and trees with 'Wilt Stop' to help them last through the season.

Now is a great time to plant trees, shrubs and perennials and garlic! Most can be planted until the ground freezes.

We've got everything you need for creating that festive fall look!
Including straw bales, corn salks, pumpkins, gourds, mums, pansies and more!
Also, we will throw in a free pumpkin with any purchase of $75 or more!

The fall bulbs have arrived!

We have many varieties of Tulips, Daffodils, Hyacinth, Narcissus, Crocus, Allium, and Paperwhites.

Plant these bulbs this fall from October 15th - January 15th to have bountiful color in the spring!!
Come in soon while supplies last!

New Botanical Interests seeds for 2017 have arrived!
Time to start planning for your fall herbs and veggies!

Celebrating 57 years of growing with you!

It's fall and if you've been out walking or jogging or even driving, you may have noticed a small somewhat unkempt arching shrub that is

An often asked question this time of year, as many of our customers here at Rolling Ridge are curious about the small shrub with the intense blue flowers they have seen around town.

The cooler temps should be a signal that the summer vacation has come to an end for our houseplants! 

Native Plant Program

Present a featured Native Plant Program for Spring 2016

featuring 8 lower Midwest native milkweed species:

  • Asclepias incarnatamarsh milkweed
  • Asclepias purpurascens – purple milkweed
  • Asclepias sullivantii – Sullivant’s milkweed
  • Asclepias syriaca – common milkweed
  • Asclepias tuberosa – butterfly milkweed
  • Asclepias verticillata – whorled milkweed
  • Asclepias viridiflora – green milkweed
  • Asclepias viridis – spider milkweed

featuring 11 plant species and associated native pollinators:

  • Baptisia australis – blue wild indigo
  • Hydrangea arborescens – wild hydrangea
  • Liatris scariosa – blazing star
  • Monarda fistulosa – bee balm
  • Packera obovata – golden groundsel
  • Penstemon digitalis – foxglove beardtongue
  • Pycnanthemum tenuifolium – slender mountain mint
  • Solidago speciosa – showy goldenrod
  • Symphyotrichum oblongifolium – aromatic aster
  • Vernonia arkansana – curlytop ironweed
  • Zizia aptera – heartleaf golden Alexander

To learn more about native plants and landscape application opportunites: www.grownative.org