Gardeners love to grow fresh herbs, but do we know how to use them in our food? On August 5, Watters Garden Center is proud to feature local business owner and Culinary Specialist Debbie Maranville as the guest instructor in…Read More
by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Every plant needs water, but drought-resistant varieties need only dainty sips once they’re established. They are perfect for low-rainfall areas, or low-energy gardeners. Native plants have the best chance of surviving dry summers or…Read More
by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Cats in the garden seem to be an issue this week while helping customers at the garden center this week, so let’s cover the subject in detail. I am often asked how to keep…Read More
You Can Have Your Own Personal Shopper! Wonder why some gardens look so amazing? Well, that’s personal! The Personal Garden Shopper Service at Watters Garden Center Before talking with my Personal Garden Shopper, I had no idea which plants…Read More
by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener July is National Blueberry Month, and also the month to add new blueberry plants to mountain gardens. Blueberry plants bring many attractive stages to a landscape. They are beautiful blue-foliaged plants with stunning bell-shaped…Read More
When Ken Lain took this video, he thought is was cute, but never expected it to go viral. Almost 10,000 views on our YouTube Channel and still attracting interest.
by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Yes, cactus and succulents do beat the heat, and very welcome are the many new varieties of these garden work horses. But there are many heat-tolerant plants that don’t look like they’ve been cultivated…Read More