The hardest part about gardening in New England is being patient. Despite the calendar telling us that spring arrives March 21st, we are often still blanketed by snow and the spring thaw often takes much longer to arrive. From the comfort of our living rooms, we can welcome the arrival of spring with a few [...]
About Jeffrey MeulenbroekJeffrey is one of the owners here at Studleys and our Garden Center expert! He is a studied horticulturist, a New Hampshire Certified Landscape Professional and President of the New Hampshire Plant Growers Association.
Christmas at Studley’s means Poinsettias! Most people do not realize that the hundreds of gorgeous Poinsettias you find in our shop during the holidays are actually grown right here in our greenhouses. Beginning in July, we go to work nurturing these plants from a tiny cutting to the lush, mature and varied specimens we bring you [...]
Planting fall bulbs for spring blooming flowers reminds us that the garden teaches us about patience, a little about faith and much about the rewards of our labor. This is never more true than when the bounty of summer blooms have passed and we are faced with the onset of colder temperatures and the harsh [...]
Rudbeckia or Black-Eyed Susan Perennial Plants & Our Top Picks for Fall As New England gardeners, each new season brings opportunity to prepare for the next. With fall upon us, we simultaneously lament summer’s passing blooms, while looking forward to the cool crisp days ahead. If you are looking for fall planting ideas, [...]