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Grow Your Own Fresh and Healthy Veggies

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  • May 24, 2017
  • by Tori Clark
  • Garden, herbs, peppers, tomatoes, Vegetables,
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Hopefully we get a break from the rain so we can all get out and finish planting our gardens. Whether you are planting in the garden, a raised bed or other container Sargent’s has a huge selection of herb and vegetable plants as well as garden seeds too. The greenhouse is full of peppers, tomatoes,
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Perennials for the Shade Garden

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  • June 29, 2016
  • by Tori Clark
  • Garden, Perennials,
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There is so much more for the shade garden than hostas!  Don’t get me wrong, I love hostas but I like variety too.  If you have dappled light or morning sun these plants can make great addition to your garden.  ‘Sun King’ Aralia is a larger perennial growing to about 4′ tall and wide.  The
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Coming Soon To Your Own Backyard

It won’t be long and our “friends” the Japanese beetles will join us in our gardens munching on raspberry bushes, grapes, linden trees, roses and other plants.  The beetles can be very destructive.  The beetles start as a white grub and the adult beetles typically come out in late June hanging around through August.  During
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FREE Tomato Plants!

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  • June 18, 2016
  • by Tori Clark
  • Garden, Vegetables,
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We have extra tomato plants so we thought we would share!  Stop in and grab a few tomato plants, FREE with any $10 purchase.  Take one – take a few.  Plant and enjoy later this summer.  There are lots of varieties available and a few heirlooms too.  Don’t forget the Red Wing Food Shelf –
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Sargent’s Nursery is Your Garden Project Headquarters

If you are looking to tackle a big garden project make Sargent’s Nursery your one and only stop. Besides all the trees, shrubs, evergreens and perennials you could want, Sargent’s has all the other supplies you might need.   Sargent’s carries bagged and bulk soils and compost, many styles and colors of mulch in both
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Sun, Snow, Rain, Cold – What Can I Plant Now?

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  • April 22, 2015
  • by Tori Clark
  • Garden, Planting, Spring,
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We of course are having our typical, unpredictable spring MN weather leaving many of us wondering what we can plant right now?  It is too early for many plants to be outdoors in this roller coaster weather of ours even though those warm sunny days try to convince us otherwise.   Flowering annuals other than
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Where is the Rain?

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  • August 11, 2014
  • by Tori Clark
  • Garden, Quick Tips, Trees,
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Once again it seems the rain has turned off like a faucet after our near-record wet June.  How plants handle lack of moisture really depends on many things – soil, plant types, wind, sun and whether they are mulched or not.  The rule of thumb for our plants is that they need about 1 inch
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It’s Planting Time!

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  • July 31, 2014
  • by Tori Clark
  • Garden, Planting, Shrubs, Trees,
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Our weather this summer has been beautiful and perfect for planting projects.  If you have been looking at planting trees, shrubs, evergreens or perennials there is still plenty of time to get those plants in the ground and well established before Mother Nature dishes out that ugly “W” word again.  Sargent’s has full selection of
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Understanding and Choosing Fertilizers

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  • May 27, 2014
  • by Tori Clark
  • Fertilizer, Flowers, Garden,
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Now that we have our beautiful annuals tucked into containers and gardens it is time to take care of them.  Even those plants you have taken home, but haven’t gotten around to planting yet, but just had to have.  All plants can benefit from being fertilized. Plants need food to grow and fertilizer is how
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Pallet Garden How To

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  • April 8, 2014
  • by Anne Matzek
  • Annuals, Flowers, Garden, Garden Ideas, Make at Home,
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Have you heard the hype about re purposing pallets? Planting a pallet full of flowers makes perfect sense. Here are a few tips to follow when doing this project. 1. Choose a pallet that is in good condition, so that it’s sure to hold together. Nail any loose boards. 2. Attach a double layer of
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