How to Create a Bird-Friendly Garden

One of the joys of having a home garden is that you can attract some nature friends like birds. They make a garden more pleasant to be in and are a wonderful natural insect repellent. Various bird species feed on seeds, fruits, and insects. A few enhancements and considerations will increase the likelihood that your avian friends will be attracted to your garden or even make it their home. Birds play an integral role in the ecosystem as well because they are also seed dispersers. Creating your own happy garden can actually create happy unintentional gardens for your neighbors as […]

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How to Care for Bare Root Plants and Tips for Planting

Bare root plants are perennial plants that are dug up and stored while dormant, or in the resting phase which is the period during the plant’s life cycle with minimal growth activity. They’re stored without soil, therefore, leaving the roots exposed or bare. Storing shrubs and trees this way has some distinct advantages that make bare root items an excellent option when buying woody plants. Benefits of Bare Root Plants Bare root plants are an economical choice. They are less expensive than potted plants because they’re easier to store and lighter to ship. Bare root plants can be planted very […]

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Small Berries and Tips on Growing Them

The Spring 2020 Jung Seed catalog is now available. This beautiful 100-page colored catalog features a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, flowers, shrubs, trees, and gardening supplies. We are excited about our new selection of small fruit that is guaranteed to brighten your garden and delight your taste buds. Blueberries The Perpetua Blueberry is an attractive fruiting shrub. It produces two crops of fruit each season. The plant is bushy and vase-shaped. It will grow small sweet berries in mid-summer, then flower, and produce a second crop in the fall. It’s glossy, dark green foliage changes to a reddish hue […]

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