Category Archives: Fall

A Green Transition: Moving Your Plants Indoors with Donaldson’s Greenhouse

Greetings to our cherished Donaldson’s Greenhouse community! As the balmy days of summer start to wane, giving way to the cooler tones of fall, it’s that moment to begin thinking about safely transitioning our outdoor houseplants into the cozy embrace of our homes. If this task feels a tad overwhelming, take a deep breath. With […]

Dive into Nocturnal Beauty: Craft Your Dream Moon Garden

Imagine this: As the sun takes its leave and twilight emerges, you’re surrounded by flowers that glitter and gleam in the moon’s tender embrace. Such is the allure of a moon garden – a sanctuary filled with plants that bloom, shimmer, and release their fragrances in the nighttime. A haven that adds a touch of […]

Little Hands, Lush Gardens: Guiding Young Gardeners this August

In an era saturated with pixels and virtual realities, immersing children in the visceral joys of the earth is an enriching and grounding experience. Gardening stands out, presenting an orchestra of learning, creativity, and a rediscovery of nature’s marvels. As the sun of August pours warmth over us, let’s dive into gardening activities designed to […]

Are You Out of Your Gourd?

If you love to grow vegetables, but find you can never eat all your garden yields, here’s an alternative to researching new recipes in anticipation of your millionth tomato. Grow some decorative gourds in place of a portion of your usual edible veggies. Decorative gourds have potential as centerpieces, serving bowls, storage containers, birdhouses, and […]

Fall Sale On Now!

We invite you to stop by the greenhouse and nursery yard and take home some of autumns beauty for your yard and garden. We are offering great deals on all of our perennials, grasses, roses, trees and shrubs. Sale prices as much as 50% off. Warmer soil and more precipitation makes Fall a fabulous time […]

Winterizing Your Garden For Our Wildlife Friends

Modified From Winter is arriving sooner than you think, and there are bound to be several cold snowy or rainy days over the next several months. Now is the time to assess our backyard gardens to see how wildlife-friendly they are – or could be – with a little human help. By providing food, […]