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Introduction to Hydrangeas – Blooms, Blooms and more Blooms

Welcome to Johnsons Home & Garden's first blog article after becoming The State of Washington's 2017 Hardware All Star hardware Store as proclaimed by Hardware + Building Supply Dealer (H+BSD). Hydrangea: Annabelle (aborenscens) Today, our subject is hydrangeas. Now, I know, that is a huge subject. Whether it be aborenscens, macrophylla, paniculata, serrata [...]

By |July 13th, 2017|Lawn & Garden, Northwest Gardening|Comments Off on Introduction to Hydrangeas – Blooms, Blooms and more Blooms

Growing Citrus Trees in the Northwest

Believe it or not, it isn't hard to grow a lifetime supply of free organic citrus.  Citrus trees don't have lots of pest issues and they are highly resistant to disease. Even if you live in a climate with very cold winters, you can still enjoy fresh, organic citrus grown at home. Your first step [...]

By |February 9th, 2016|Northwest Gardening|Comments Off on Growing Citrus Trees in the Northwest

Live Christmas Tree Care & Tips

Christmas is a time to create fond memories and what better way to keep a memento of Christmas than by planting a Christmas tree out in your yard. You may wonder “can you plant your Christmas tree after Christmas?” and the answer is yes, you can. Replanting a Christmas tree requires some planning, but if you are willing to plan ahead, you can enjoy your lovely Christmas tree for years to come.

By |November 25th, 2014|Lawn & Garden|Comments Off on Live Christmas Tree Care & Tips

The Amazing Clematis

The best time to plant clematis is Spring, Summer or early Fall in a location of 5-6 hours of sunlight. Clematis roots are long and run deep and like it cool and damp, but not soggy. A good idea is to plant annuals around the base of the clematis, plant a low growing shrub to shade the roots, or mulch the ground around the base of the clematis plant to help keep the soil and roots cool.

By |November 4th, 2014|Lawn & Garden|Comments Off on The Amazing Clematis