Most pruning is done when the trees are dormant, in late winter or early spring. The safest and best time is just before the buds swell and the riskiest time is very late fall and early winter. Prune no late than four weeks before frost so that new growth has a chance to harden. Enjoy your fruit trees for beauty, flower & fruit by using the following instructions provided by the garden experts at Mori Gardens.
It’s time for back to school! Nostalgia runs rampant at this time of year, remembering the years of growth, struggle, challenge and reward. And while it may not spring immediately to mind, the same is true of the tree and the impact that it has on our memories, and lives both happy and sad.Read More
There are always lots of wonderful events around Niagara on the Lake, like its famous Peach Festival. We attended the festival with the rental of our fruit trees to the town adding interest, texture and shade of our fruit trees.Read More
Congratulations! You’re planting a tree, but where do you put it, how deep should the hole be, can you replace an existing tree, what else do you need to know?Read More
Boy, does this hot weather make one thirsty! Here at the Garden Centre, we’re always checking on each other to make sure we’re drinking enough water as we spend the day out in the sun. Just like we need more fluids on a hot day, our plants also require more to drink. Here are a few simple ways to water wisely.Read More
If you want to grow your garden as planned while conserving water, there are a few things you can do to help your garden thriveRead More