Growing Citrus Indoors

If you are currently growing citrus indoors, or want to try it, here are some tips for success for growing lemons, limes and calamondin fruit

New Houseplants For A New Year

Let us recommend a mood-lifter: houseplants. Bringing green and growing plants into our homes makes us feel better, and stimulates creativity.

To Our Customers, With Appreciation

We raise a toast to our customers, through the whole Commonwealth, May you have a green, growing New Year, filled with happiness and health.

Supporting Birds In Winter ~ part 2

The Hyannis Country Garden bird department has seveal products for helping the birds in the winter, from birdbath heaters to hot meats.

Food and Shelter for Birds

Feeding the birds, and providing shelter in winter will help them survive. Here are suggestions for food, plants and landscape practices.

A Passion for Poinsettias

See some of the many colors of poinsettias, learn how to keep the plant in good shape, and find out save the plant from year to year.

Ideas For Holiday Pots & Boxes

See some of the many options available at Hyannis Country Garden for decorating your outdoor pots, window boxes and other containers. Inspiration awaits!

Protecting Plants Before Winter ~ How, When and Why

Plants can be protected from winter winds, dry soils, heavy snowfall, salt-spray, hungry critters and scalding sun: find the right products and processes.

Make A Birdbath, Table or Urn Topper

Our custom department shows how we create birdbath, table or urn toppers for decorating outdoor spaces. See different styles and learn how to make your own.

It’s Hellebore Season

Helleborus niger, aka the Christmas rose, has evergreen foliage, long lasting flowers in winter, and thrives in part-shade. Plus the bunnies don't eat them!

Taming Your Cape Cod Jungle

Why unwanted plants appear in your landscape, which ones to look for, and how to get rid of Invasive invaders or aggressive native plants, under control.

Vegetable Garden Wrap-Up

In November there are several things you can do to improve the health of your soil and prepare your vegetable garden for next spring.

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