We're having an end of season sale: All plants are $5 regardless of listed price. Plant list.
So fill those gaps - dense plantings discourage weed spread and conserve moisture - and try something new and native! Planting in mid-summer is fine as long as you're around to get plants settled in and watered for the first couple of weeks, especially if there's a drought. This applies to potted plants, not ones you dig up - wait until September to move those.
or call 705-322-2545. Note: We are closed in August.
Leave saucers of water out at different levels for insects, birds, toads and other creatures, especially if your space and the surrounding landscape is largely hard-surfaced and lacking in water sources for wildlife. As for actually watering your plants, if they're native and in the ground (pots are another matter) they are adapted to local conditions and under normal circumstances will survive just fine without you. So don't waste your time and the Earth's resources. Read more