When growing ornamental plants, especially perennials, there is always going to be concern whenever damage is observed, no matter how minor. While not as ravenously […]
Spring Clean Up
When it comes to Spring Cleanup, there’s many tasks on the “to-do” list! It can be overwhelming. But by taking […]
Timely Tasks: Dormant Pruning
These sunny, frigid days are a great opportunity to consider dormant pruning for shrubs, trees, and some hardy vines in […]
Annuals in the Landscape
Weaving annuals through your landscape brings a refreshing pop of color to update your garden every year!
Winter Protection for Zone 4b
When the temperatures drop and the cold winds blow, it’s easy enough for us to add an extra layer or […]
Community service is at the heart of Home Sown Gardens and we are thrilled to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2020 […]
As we work in your gardens this time of year, there are some things we are doing that may surprise you. From cutting back some plants that may still be blooming to leaving the dying foliage of tulips and daffodils in the garden beds, you may be wondering why we do or don’t do some things!
We are excited to return to work in the next few weeks! Since our last announcement, Governor Walz has updated the list of non-exempt businesses […]