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Moss Pole Workshop

The latest trend in mimicking your vining houseplant’s natural habitat is to create mossy poles for them to attach to! The plants we often think of as “trailers” are really more often “climbers” in the wild. We’ll create 24″ moss poles with sphagnum moss and bamboo, sink them in a large pot and plant it with a 4″ philodendron or pothos. Pole materials, plants, containers, and soil are included in class price.

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Roses: What’s in a Name?

When shopping for roses for your garden you’ll notice there are different types listed on the labels. In a garden center like Gulley Greenhouse, the roses are even sorted by type for easier selection. Here is a quick guide you can use to choose which kind of rose is the perfect one for you and your garden…

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Biologicals: “Good” Bugs for the Greenhouse and Garden!

Biological control is the release of natural predators to manage plant-harming insects. Biologicals help greenhouses and gardeners avoid the need to use pesticide sprays and dusts! Many beneficial insects are already in your garden, patrolling for (and munching on) unwanted pests like aphids and borers.

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Waking Up Indoor Plants for Spring!

If houseplants could yawn, stretch their limbs, and look sleepily around like a bear coming out of hibernation, the end of February would be the time! Days are getting longer, which is noticeable to indoor plants, letting them know it’s time to come out of dormancy. Because you love your plants and are responsible for their little ecosystems, here are some helpful things you can do for them this spring…

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