When to Prune Lilacs
Consider this garden chore done for the year. Now is NOT the time to prune lilacs. They bloom on the past season’s growth, so you’d be cutting off future flowers.
Prune lilacs immediately after they flower. The same applies to other plants like forsythia and quince that bloom on “old wood.” You can trim up to two thirds of the plant at a time to contain its size if needed.
Did you already prune this fall? It’s ok, your lilacs may just not bloom as heavily next season. They should still be healthy plants. Now you know what to do for future years!
Pre-Order Thanksgiving Centerpieces
Do you need a centerpiece for Thanksgiving? The Little Shop at Horsford’s opens on Monday, November 25, well before the holiday. Add a festive centerpiece to your own table, or bring one with you to the hosting family.
Vases of the Underwater World
New handmade, porcelain vases and salt and pepper shakers have arrived. Eileen hand-curated this collection for its resemblance to the underwater worlds and blue coral specimens she saw snorkeling in Thailand. Vases start at $13, salt and pepper shakers start at $21/set.
Did You Know?
Horsford’s ships over 700 hand-decorated wreaths around the country every season! Each has a custom hand-written card with the message of your choice too. Discover your new favorite gift for employees, friends and family.
How to Give a Fruit Tree
We can’t help you with partridges, but we do grow pear trees. Give someone a fruit tree this season with a gift certificate.
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