Chrysanthemums, Will They Survive the Winter?

Many of you have come to the garden center to purchase one or more of the many beautiful varieties of Chrysanthemums we have available. One frequently asked question is whether or not these mums are hardy. Hopefully I can answer that question for you here. Potted chrysanthemum flowers have become a favorite of gardeners for outdoor…

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Late Season Blooming Perennials

The late summer days of August have arrived. Daylight hours fade quickly, birds have begun their long flights to winter homes, and fruits and vegetables are ripening. Many of the early summer flowers are fading and you may have decided that it would be desirable to add late season color to your garden canvas. There…

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August Garden Tips

Daylight hours are getting shorter and the birds have begun flocking, readying themselves for their long migrations. These are signs of the upcoming seasonal change from summer to fall. Despite these changes, there are still many things to do in your garden to ensure the beauty, health, and well-being of your plants and yards. Watering…

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Tomato Harvest Finally Begins!!!

Tomatoes are beginning to ripen, a true sign of summer! It seems like a great time to talk about basic care for your tomato plants and a few common problems your tomatoes may be facing. These tips may help your success in growing wonderful, ripe, red tomatoes. Pruning Tomatoes It is important to understand that…

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Dog vomit ‘fungus’

Have you seen this?!  It seems to be showing up now in a mulch bed near you.  It is a slime mold.  Don’t worry, it has no effect on your living plants.  It feeds on the mulch.   It probably will not show up year after year.  It only lasts for about a week — then…

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Japanese Beetles, Plant Pest of the Day

Adult Japanese Beetles are beginning to make their appearance in gardens around the county and state. It could be a beautiful beetle, with metallic green and copper-brown wing covers if it did not cause so much damage. They can devastate gardens because adults are voracious feeders of about 300 different ornamental plants. They usually feed…

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Welcome To the Blog of Caan Floral and Greenhouses!

With the continuing effort to educate you our customers and followers, we have decided to start this blog. We will have various experts from here at Caan Floral Bloging about various things. Anything from sharing pictures, articles, care tips of products, events, and workshops. Just about anything is fair game. We hope to launch this…

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