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Guide to Fall Mums

The first day of fall is just weeks away and here at Bath Garden Center & Nursery we are ready! Besides autumn decor and fun spooky gifts, we are starting to move the Chrysanthemums, or Fall Mums, from our greenhouse where we lovingly care for them all summer, to the shelves for our customers to decorate for the season. Mums are a wonderful part of a cheery fall decor for home or office. Whether you are using them for an annual display or a perennial planting, your choice of plant and ...

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The Buzz About Bees

by Zack Hill

Normally on bright sunny afternoons, when there is no work to be done, and I have a free morning or afternoon to sit and enjoy myself in my garden, I love to watch all the comings and goings of the life that is constantly rampaging through my backyard. I will see neighborhood cats taking naps in the sunshine or dragonflies examining all the dandelions that I have been too lazy to remove. One thing I have noticed, however, that’s weighed heavily on my mind is how few...

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Tree & Shrub Planting Guide

Do-It-Yourself Planting can be a lot of fun, but there are some things you need to know before you start.

The Guide

Where: Know your plant's sun and water needs, and mature size when you choose a location. Remember to contact www.call811.com before you dig.

When: The best times to plant trees or shrubs in Colorado are Spring (March 15th-June 15th) or Fall (September 1st- October 15th). New plantings do best in moderate temperatures.

What You'll Need:...

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Don’t Wait on Wasps!

Now is the Time to Trap the Queen

Wasp nests are typically made of paper, mud, or

Wasps are nothing new. They're a nuisance, they're aggressive, and in the case of allergies, can be deadly. So do yourself, and you loved ones a favor and use these tips to keep the wasp swarms at bay this summer.

1. Trap the Queen in the Spring

Understanding the behavior of wasps is crucial to keeping their numbers down. During the winter,...

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