Bedner's Farm & Greenhouse
  • Plant Spotlight: Roses

    Growing shrub roses isn’t just for the seasoned gardener anymore. Newer varieties have been bred to be less susceptible to pest and disease issues, as well as to extend the bloom periods. Roses can fit into any landscape in most climates. Plant them individually as a focal point, among other...

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  • Landscaping the Pond

    So, you've just installed a water garden and you're wondering how to landscape around it without looking like the pond was a mistake or haphazard addition to your yard. A pond looks best if it appears to "belong" in your landscape....

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  • Fabulous Hydrangeas for Show-Stopping Summer Color

    Hydrangeas and are widely acclaimed for their large, showy blossoms that lend fabulous color to gardens from mid- to late summer. Their luxuriant dark green foliage offers a striking background to their large round or smooth blossoms....

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  • Plants for Wet Soil

    More water is always good for plants, right? Wrong! When water stands in the soil, air is displaced, which in turn smothers the plant roots. Once the roots are damaged many symptoms appear on leaves and shoots including wilting, marginal and inter-veinal browning of leaves (scorch), poor color and stunted...

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  • Winter Interest in the Garden

    Many gardeners think of the fourth season as a time for rest, but winter can be interesting and fun to plan for a bold, appealing landscape. While most of us plan our landscapes for bloom times in spring and summer, there are many plants offering color and texture appeal for...

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  • Exciting Trees + Shrubs for 2018

    March 13, 2018 ย  Every year our Nursery Manager searches far and wide for a great selection of trees and shrubs, from the tried and true must-haves, to the unique and hard-to-find items that plant collectors seek. We asked our Nursery Manager, Vic, to give us his top picks to...

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