February is the best time to apply a pre-emergent on your lawns/flower beds to prevent winter weeds from germinating. Do not apply pre-emergents if you are seeding any grass this spring. We have many options to choose from.
Sign up for our annual Lawn Care Program to receive a discount, storage, & reminders for application times.
Control existing broadleaf lawn weeds with Weed Free Zone + Spreader Sticker.
Amend flower and vegetable beds with Back to Earth Cotton Burr Compost.
Add Soil Mender Soil Mix to existing raised bed gardens to top off for the growing season.
Stock up on cool season plants such as onion sets, onion bulbs, asparagus, & potatos for planting next month. (These always sell out quickly)
Begin stocking up on seed for the growing season. You can begin seeding cool season plants indoors such as lettuce, turnips, radishes, spinach, & select varieties of herbs.
Horticultural Oil Spray can still be applied to control mites, galls, overwintering aphids, etc., on trees, shrubs, and roses.
Finish pruning trees, summer flowering shrubs, and hedges. Spring blooming shrubs such as forsythia may be pruned immediately after flowering.
Add a house plant to your home to help control the "spring fever" for a few more months.
*All products are found at Panhandle Greenhouses.
We’re always available for you.
Check the Soil Tempuratures Here
Determining the soil tempurature is the first step in knowing when it is time to plant items such as plants, grass seed, & more.
Here is a list of plants that the deer normally won’t eat. However, keep in mind that during a very hot and dry year, deer will eat just about anything. This list is based on what they don’t eat under normal circumstances and on what we carry in the nursery.