Spring

Arbor Day: A Little History

“Each generation takes the Earth as trustees.”—J. Sterling
Morton

We all know Arbor Day as a day to plant, celebrate, and talk about trees. But how did this holiday begin? What some may associate with more modern environmental causes, the history of Arbor Day actually takes roots all the way back in 1872, and of all places, in Nebraska.

J. Sterling Morton was a pioneer, settling in Nebraska, and a strong advocate for trees. He recognized the need for trees in the Plains...

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Edible Gardens: How to Make Rose Syrup

The Perfect Addition to Your Tea, Coffee, or Cocktail

Mister Lincoln is available in Bath Garden Center's 2019 Pre-Order Catalog

Floral syrups seem to be everywhere these days; and for good reason! Flowers such as rose, lavender, and tulip add a new dimension to a dish or drink; you can add it to anything from pancakes to salads to cocktails. Edible flowers also have stellar amounts of Vitamin C; no wonder Cleopatra used to bathe in roses and milk (allegedly). But you don't...

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Pansy and Alyssum Arrangements We Love

Pansies and Alyssum are perfect Spring flowers. They are fairly hardy (keep above freezing!), display a variety of colors and patterns, and will make the entire space smell amazing. Here are some of our favorite ways to arrange Pansies and Alyssum together, whatever your style!

Use a basket as a planter.

A tried and true method, you can't go wrong with potted Pansies and Alyssum. Try this fun French Country style basket.

Keep...

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Spring Frost & Freeze Warning!

Call (970) 484-5022 or email smaes@bathgardencenter.com if you have any questions about protecting your plants.

TEMPERATURES AS LOW AS 22°F for the next 4 days

Blizzard Warning April 10th-April 11th

PREPARE FOR THE COLD!

Frost cloth is best for any seedlings coming up or annuals you might have planted. We have...

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HANGING AROUND

WHAT CAN A HANGING PLANT DO FOR YOUR HOME EXPERIENCE?

When we talk about houseplants and gardens, the images that come to mind are potted snake plants, rows of pansies, and succulents at your computer. But what about hanging plants?

An extremely powerful application of plant arrangement, hanging plants can do so much for whatever space you are wanting to enhance. Here are our top 3 favorite ways to include hanging plants in your home.

1. A Clay Pot...

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Early Spring Lawn Care

Good lawn care requires attention year-round. The good news is, the steps can be simple! Here are some of our products for early spring lawn care that will feed your lawn and also prevent new weed seeds from germinating.

Pro-tip: It is a great idea to fertilize your lawn right before it rains so that Mother Nature will water it in for you!

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Alpha One Natural Organic Lawn & Garden Fertilizer. Alpha One is located...

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What to Plant

You've heard all about potatoes, onions and garlic. But, what else, you ask? There is plenty more to be planted pronto and even this list is incomplete. Come in to see it all!

Fruits

Honeycrisp ApplesContender PeachesKieffer PearsPineberriesStrawberriesRaspberriesBlackberriesFall Gold RaspberriesBlueberries

Veggie Starts

LettucePeasBroccoliBrussels SproutsCabbageKaleSpinach

Perennial Veggies

AsparagusHorseradishRhubarb

Summer...

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Edibles To Plant Now!

Spring has sprung! Here are some plants we have in stock that you can plant now and eat later!
 

Lettuce

 

Beans

 

Spinach

 

Peas

 

 

Potatoes

 

Carrots

 

 

Raspberries

 

Onions

 

Garlic

 

 

Pansies

Did you know that pansies are edible? Click here to see recipes like this one by Sugar...

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