Alan: Spring is sprung, it’s finally May. This is what we’ve all been waiting for. The time where you can actually get out in the yard and plant all the beautiful flowers and vegetables that was just too cold to do earlier. So this is the time to put in vegetables and herbs and all the tender annuals, a virtually unlimited list of things that you can plant in May.
Kevin: We’re still receiving trucks on a very regular basis. Trees and shrubs are really in full swing right now. As well as perennials. In our nursery, we might carry a particular item in four or five different price points. I’d like to say from from very small, somebody that just wants to be very budget conscious and has the time and energy, and wants to watch it grow and mature. To something that looks very mature, when somebody needs something very instant. We have three or four price points in between on some of the more popular things. So really something for everybody’s budget.
Alan: Okay, you keep taking the conversation back to the nursery. You’ve had your chance in late March and April. This is the time. This is May. This is when you want to get the stuff that I produce that I’m the grower.The vegetables and the herbs. This is what we’re looking at for May.
Kevin: People like to plant it once and be done.
Alan: Hanging baskets. No one’s going to buy their Mom a perennial. That’s already done blooming.
Kevin: They might buy a rose bush for Mother’s Day! A butterfly bush.
Alan: This is the time to buy hanging baskets
Alan: This is the time to buy potted plants. It’s the time to buy…
Alan: A lot of things you can do now that you couldn’t do earlier when the nursery people had their chance. Yes, it’s still good time to plant nursery products but
Kevin: Tomato, tomahto.
Alan: Just as long as they come to Dill’s Greenhouse to buy it.
Each week we're going to answer some of the more asked questions we get from our customers at Dill's Greenhouse, as well as on our Facebook page.
From plants to products. We'll be covering quite a number of gardening questions this year.
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We may answer the question in a future Ask Dill's Greenhouse episode, or spotlight your question on our Facebook page.