Norfolk Island Pine Plant Features An easy-care houseplant, Norfolk Island pine is a festive holiday plant you can enjoy all year long! During the holidays, its needled branches look right at home decorated as a Christmas tree. After the holidays pass, remove the decorations and enjoy its classic look (and air-purifying powers) anywhere in your […]
Fa la la la! It’s the most wonderful time of the year–and our favorite part of the season! It’s time to head out with your family and wander amongst all the beautiful types of trees, looking for just the right one. As you’re searching, do the fresh test! Run your fingers along the needles, grab the […]
Free Workshop and Demonstration with Lory Cummings Sat. Oct. 19th 1-3 pm $10 Materials fee Or : Bring your acrylics, watercolors, Brushes, canvas or paper. Try a few techniques & discover a new approach to plant study!
Many folks are surprised to learn that autumn runs a close second to spring as an ideal planting time, but it’s true: cool temperatures, reliable rainfall, and short, bright days help plants make a quick and easy transition to your landscape. Despite the cold weather lurking around the corner, the entire first half of autumn […]
It’s officially Autumn! Fall is a glorious time of year. The countryside is virtually exploding with oranges, reds, golds and yellows. This is a great time of the year to enjoy the out-of-doors. It is also a great time for fall gardens as autumn mums and perennials finish the season with a flourish. Most spring […]
Dracaena marginata is a very popular houseplant that typically grows to 6’ tall or more over time unless pruned shorter. It features perhaps the narrowest leaves of the various species of dracaena sold in commerce. Slender gray upright stems are topped by tufts of arching, glossy, sword-shaped leaves (to 2’ long and 1/2” wide). Leaves […]
The URI Master Gardeners Program presents pH Soil Testing Service at Redwood Nursery & Garden Center next Saturday – October 5th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Learn how simple is to take a soil sample. Testing is free – Bring up to 5 samples