What about the bees?

[March 2019] Neonicotinoids are a relatively new class of insecticides that are believed to play a role in recent pollinator declines.

Gulley Greenhouse, Inc. is concerned about the safety of these products and how they may affect pollinators. We want our customers to know that we have not used any chemical from this class on our finished perennials, finished flats of annuals, and of course nothing but oil, soap or biologicals are used on our herbs and vegetables.

We are introducing beneficial insects into our greenhouse environment to reduce the use of chemical pesticides. These insects include beneficial nematodes, predatory mites, and predatory wasps. They are safe for our consumers and our world!

We thank those customers who have reached out to us and questioned our use of any of these chemicals on our plants. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.