What’s Ailing Your Evergreen? Winter Burn

As I drive around Sheboygan, I am seeing parts of evergreens that are every shade but green. This is a common problem for evergreens in our area during most winters. This condition is best known as winter burn and is most extreme this year. The discoloration, ranging in color from yellow to brown, becomes obvious…

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Let’s grow Dahlias

There’s probably no flowering plant that comes in more sizes, color and styles then the Dahlia. Once you grow one you will want to grow a different one every year. They range from miniature border varieties to huge dinnerplates, which can get up to 5 feet tall and bloom with flowers 10 or 12 inches…

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How to grow Tuberous Begonias

Greetings! It’s March! Yes,winter is still here. But that doesn’t stop us now from planning our gardens. Summer bulbs are arriving steadily at Caan Floral and I have chosen tuberous begonias as my first spring blog to write about. What is a tuberous begonia you might ask? It is a begonia that is started through…

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