Liven up your flowerbeds, containers, windowboxes, windowsill pots and tablescapes with some colorful, frost resistant pansies. Jack’s Bloom Booster will help keep plants healthy.
The last couple of years have been tough on our landscapes. Walk your yard and if you see anything questionable, take a photo or bring in a sample and we can help.
Schedule a one-on-one consult at the garden center or at your home to get you going in the right direction. Find out more to find the plan that’s right for you. Great for one small area or to revitalize your entire yard.
A fresh layer of Altum’s Hardwood Mulch is a quick and natural defense against weeds. Check this out for tips on figuring out how much you need.
Between now and May 1st, apply MaxLawn Step 1 or corn gluten (an organic solution) to crabgrass.
Reseed and reestablish with seed created especially for Indiana lawns (Execu-Turf). Fertilome Starter Fertilizer will support your seed for a healthy start.
Give your trees, shrubs, perennials, and bulbs some much-needed attention with All Purpose Fertilizer 10-10-10.
Vegetables like asparagus, cabbage, cauliflower, onions, peas, potatoes, radishes, rhubarb and spinach will grow well on cool days and take light frost. Start here for everything you need to know on starting your veggie garden.
And while you’re still spending more time indoors than out, rummage around in your kitchen, basement or garage for a vintage, sparkling or special container like a covered cake stand, cookie or apothecary jar or flea market vase (it can be covered or open). Find out how to build yours , create yours at The Potting Bar or come see us for everything you need.
Instant inspiration, gorgeous make & takes and great time spent with friends. Check out our upcoming workshops and Make & Takes and save your spot.
Let’s grow together. Stop in, call 317.733.GROW and find what you need online.
A thick layer of mulch not only looks nice, itʼs your best, most natural defense in keeping soil cool, water in, and weeds out. It keeps your soil healthy! When it comes to moisture, even a thin layer of mulch will prevent evaporation and a thick layer may even reduce water use by up to 50%, a valuable proposition in the heat of summer.
A good rule of thumb when calculating how much mulch youʼll need:
multiply bed length x bed width = sq. footage of bed
100sq. feet = 1 yard of mulch
Too much math? Just ask your Altumʼs associate for help. Weʼre proud to offer Altumʼs high-quality Hardwood or Forest Fines mulch in 2 cubic foot bags or by the yard.
And we deliver! Just ask for details.