1 Trumpet Honeysuckle*
3 Cup and Saucer Vine
4 Canary Creeper
5 Scarlet Runner Bean
6 Candy Corn Plant*
8 Purple Passionflower
9 Trumpet Vine*
10 Hyacinth Bean Vine
*Vines we have in stock.
Our Annual Spring Open House is this Saturday, March 25th.
Join us for a fun day of events that we are sure you will enjoy:
- Master Gardeners will be on-site to answer any of your gardening questions.
- The Ogilville Boy Scout Troop will be selling lunches from 11 am – 1 pm.
- Join a free class called “Flowering Shrubs for Your Landscape” starting at 12 noon.
- Make-N-Take creating “Miniature Gardens” class starts at 2 pm ($40 material fee applies).
Wischmeier Nursery will be open Saturday rain or shine from 9 am to 4 pm.
Saturday April 11, 2:00 p.m. we will be hosting a perennial preview, to let you get the first look at our new perennials for this year. You will get the chance to reserve your favorites for pick up later.
Photo courtesy of · Chris Hansen
What are all those letters listed in seed catalogs:
They are Disease Resistant information.
FF-Fusarium, races 1&2
T-Tobacco mosaic virus
The first thing you need to know when choosing seeds for tomatoes is what type of tomato do you want.
Types of tomatoes:
Determinate-Plants reach a fixed height and ripen all their within a short period.
Indeterminate-Plants continue growing until they are killed by frost, ripening fruit throughout the growing season.
Check back tomorrow for more information on tomatoes.