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Tag: Spring

Take On Spring Cleanup With Winterberry Landscape Management

If this is the season you want to take back your weekend hours that were previously spent in the yard, the Winterberry Landscape Team is here to help! You’ll have peace of mind knowing it’s being professionally managed and your designated Account Manager will become a trusted advisor for your property. Whether you’re a residential…

Bedhead: Low Maintenance Native Plants

This is a wonderful time for gardening. I’m not just talking about the warm weather that seems to be finally showing up. The diversity found in native plants is useful in assisting pollinators and wildlife. That variety is key to helping insects and wildlife through all stages of their lives. People may be hesitant to…

What is it? Weigela!

Winters in New England can seem very long, so it’s hard to resist when a new flowering shrub promises late April to early May blooming. Lemon Ice, a type of early blooming Weigela, is new to Winterberry this year. It boasts light, lemony yellow flowers that would create a stunning color combination growing next to…

What’s The Scoop With Your Soil?

This March has certainly been crazy with the weather patterns! The Weather Channel seems to continuously be announcing Nor’easters just as I am getting ready to look forward to starting our planting season. Though disappointing, the reality is that it’s still March, and as the old adage goes “In like a lion, out like a lamb”. Let’s hope so.

Gardening With Annuals: Easy Ways To Add Color To Your Landscape

Each season, there is always that one home that stands out for their bright, colorful flowers that are planted in their landscapes or arranged in planters on their front porch.  The desire to have this same look for your home may cross your mind, but it is often dismissed because of the work that you may…

Fall Recipe: Butternut Squash Risotto  

Butternut Squash Risotto
This butternut squash risotto recipe tastes incredible! Roasted butternut squash and crispy fried sage take it over the top. This risotto is also healthier than most; it calls for brown rice instead of white, and requires practically no stirring. You can simply bake it all in the oven! Recipe yields 4 servings.

June Lawn Care- Feeling the Pressure

Summer is almost here, and the pressures of the environment are starting to take a toll on turfgrass. With a good set of eyes and a little know how, you can stop these problems before they become an issue.
Summer annuals are in full bloom so make sure you spray the weeds now to prevent them from seeding. You can move toward a lush lawn that is weed free in roughly three seasons if you consistently reduce the weed populations and strengthen your turf.

Winterberry Grown

Here at Winterberry Gardens we are able to grow our own annuals and perennials for our garden center. Through thoughtful selection and hours of hard work, our growing department is able to provide guests with a quality product that Winterberry Gardens is proud to stand behind.

Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and the question on everyone’s minds is “What do I get mom this Mother’s Day?” We all want to get something that we know our mom will love-something that she can use or enjoy, and something that shows how much we appreciate everything she has done for us all year long.
Here at Winterberry, we have many items that fit all three criteria. We specialize in finding plants and items that will take your garden to the next level, to create an outdoor living space that you can enjoy all season long. What’s better than giving mom something that she can enjoy all summer long or even for years to come?