BLOG Tomato Troubles & Triumphs By CLFornari | Aug 3, 2020 Black scabs on the bottom, yellowing leaves, giant green worms, and critters that steal your fruit: Here are some tomato problems and their solutions. Read More → Baby, It’s Dry Outside By CLFornari | Jul 29, 2020 Here are some tips for dealing with the dry conditions on Cape Cod. Recognize drought stress in your plants, watering suggestions and helping plants survive Read More → Perennial Garden Summer Fix-Ups By CLFornari | Jul 28, 2020 In early August your perennial garden needs some attention to look its best. Deadheading, weeding, cutting back and adding plants will make gardens better. Read More → Outdoor Rooms By CLFornari | Jul 20, 2020 Create several outdoor living spaces in your yard and garden. Find cool, shady spots for morning coffee, evening cocktails, or places for working remotely. Read More → Mid-July Garden Maintenance By CLFornari | Jul 14, 2020 Tying tomatoes, cutting perennials, and being alert for pests will improve your landscape, dinner table, and frame of mind in mid-summer. Get out and enjoy! Read More → Hydrangea Happiness on Cape Cod By CLFornari | Jul 6, 2020 Learn about the Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival, get a sneak peak of some gardens, and read tips for summer Hydrangea care, changing colors and watering. Read More → Is It Too Late To Plant? By CLFornari | Jun 29, 2020 Summer is a fine time to plant on Cape Cod. Read some tips for success with your summer planting. Read More → Perennial Problems, Perennial Problem Solvers By CLFornari | Jun 22, 2020 Suddenly you notice that your perennial garden has “issues.” Weeds, flopping plants, empty spaces, and wilting foliage has you wondering what to do. Read More → Flowers All Summer…and Colorful Foliage By CLFornari | Jun 15, 2020 Despite some pandemic-caused shortages, we've got flowering plants that will raise your spirits. Read More → June 12 ~ Country Garden Horticultural Happy Hour By CLFornari | Jun 15, 2020 We had a lovely gathering of people on June 12th for our second Cocktail Party of the month. Here is the recipe for the parsley cocktail I call "The Garnishes' Revenge" and a link to the Zoom recording. Read More → Garden Tips For Early June By CLFornari | Jun 8, 2020 Here are some ideas and tips for making a yard into your happy place for the summer, and some photos of plants you might be noticing around your property or in Cape conservation areas. Read More → Double Duty Plants By CLFornari | Jun 1, 2020 With the right combination of shrubs you can have a low-maintenance landscape with plenty of color: think of re-blooming plants and foliage colors first. Read More → « Previous 1 2 3 4 … 37 Next » Subscribe To Our Newsletter Sign up for our weekly email about sales and events. Please enter a valid email address. Subscribe! Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.