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Spring Fertilizing Tips

Apr 12, '19

Spring Fertilizer Tips from Laura   Laura walks us through the best ways to fertilize trees, shrubs, perennials in early spring. Always make sure you see some growth on your plants before you give it any fertilizer. When Gardening, always begin with the soil. Organic fertilizer “feeds the soil that feeds...

Rohrer Seeds is turning 100!

Jan 1, '19

Come and join us for our CENTURY CELEBRATION and SPRING KICKOFF on Saturday March 2nd from 8 am–5 pm The day will feature- Door Prizes and Giveaways Special Deals in our Retail Store Free Pack of Seeds Free Plant from Ken’s Gardens Free Refreshments Seed Packing Demonstration Historical Display of...

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What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been.....

Jun 1, '15

Spring that is.  Whether you accept global warming, or not, we are in the midst of a weird spring!  Temperature highs in the 50's and 60's one day, then 80's and higher the next.  A farmer friend shared that he lost 40% of his pepper crop due to these fluctuations....

Seed Terminology - What does it mean?

Feb 14, '12

So many seeds, so little time – so where do you begin?  First you need to understand the language. Heirloom.  You see this term in magazine articles, blog posts, seed catalogs – so why is it important?  Heirloom seeds are considered treasures by many.  This category includes trusted, new, open-pollinated...

What's in Bloom

Jan 30, '12

Believe it or not, things are happening outside in the garden.  Enjoy the photos below. Pussy willow catkins. Helleborus foetidus (Stinking Hellebore) in full bloom. Helleborus hybrids starting to show color. Galanthus nivalis (Snowdrop) peeking out from leaf litter. Garlic is just emerging.