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Learning Center Blog

07/26/13
Container gardening is a wonderful alternative to gardening in the soil. If you live in an apartment or condo and don’t have a yard to plant a garden, container gardening is a great compromise. If you have poor soil quality, you can also start with...
07/08/13
It has been a warm and rainy summer in New Jersey, and your lawn is hopefully looking green and lush as a result. Even though we’ve been graced with rain this summer season, the hot New Jersey sun still keeps us on our toes for lawn hydration. Some...
06/21/13
We can all agree that New Jersey is a beautiful state, but our change in seasons limits us on some of the flowers that we can plant in our gardens. At Molzon Garden Center, we have recommendations on the best perennials that you can add to your...
06/07/13
When you planted your first garden, did you know the difference between perennials and annuals? Most of us get so excited on the season’s first trip to the nursery, we end up buying what looks pretty instead of planning a layout. This isn’t exactly...
05/24/13
Hydrangeas are fascinating plants, as the color of the flowers change dramatically. These flowers often change colors when their environment is altered, such as when they are freshly planted or transported. In fact, you may notice that after...
05/09/13
When the snow has cleared and the ground has warmed, you can start harvesting herbs in your garden. Growing herbs is a fun and rewarding hobby. When the herbs come in, you can take a small snippet and add them to your favorite dishes. The flavors...
04/16/13
Mulch is an important ingredient for the beauty and health of any yard. Using the right mulch conserves water, protects the plants’ roots, delivers nutrients and limits weed growth. Mulch can also provide a decorative aspect by bringing color and...
04/02/13
Pruning may sound like a mundane task, but it’s necessary for keeping plants healthy and happy. Pruning is done for a variety of reasons, including removing dead, broken or diseased branches, promoting new growth and maintaining the shape of the...
09/05/12
PRUNING AND CARE OF WOODY SHRUBS THROUGH THE SEASONS Now hear this. Pruning and cutting cause more problems than they fix. One thing we forget is that, in nature, plants manage to survive without our infinite wisdom and assistance. Fact is we’re...
09/04/12
Here’s what you need for 5000 Square Feet of lawn. 2- 50lb bags of Pro Gro Organic Fertilizer 1-bag of Fast Acting Lime 1-25lb bag of Molzons Preferred Blend Grass Seed     Follow these 3 easy steps to a healthy lawn. Rake and...
05/01/12
Drum roll please! John Schroeder, co-owner with his wife Kelly of Valleybrook Gardens with nurseries in British Columbia and Ontario, has put together his Top 10 New for 2012 list.  As you might guess, with over 30 years of experience growing...
05/01/12
The Perennial Diva: Stephanie Cohen Stephanie Cohen has taught herbaceous plants and perennial design at Temple University for over 20 years. She was the founder and Director of the Landscape Arboretum at Temple University, Ambler. She is a...
05/01/12
Annuals that can tolerate a hard frost as temps drop down to 28 or so these annuals should be acclimated with cold nights without frost first.   Allyssum Bidens - these will take a light frost- all are finished outdoors Lantana - will take a...
04/09/12
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