Container Gardening in Winter

Wondering what to do with your window boxes, urns and planters now that the fall has passed?  Look around your yard.  Fresh cut greens and branches can easily transform your planters.  Juniper, Holly, Cedar even Rhododendron branches can be used.  Berries, grasses, white birch twigs, red twig Dogwood branches and seed pods too.  If you are lacking in the plant department you can always buy fresh cut greens at your local garden center or farm stand.   Think about adding Larger Christmas balls and bows to your containers too for a little extra flair and to fill those larger spaces.

Take a look at the below pictures for inspiration or visit our Pinterest page for a whole lot more…

Picking out the Right Tree

We all have our own holiday traditions, whether it is a Christmas dinner, the day you put up your tree or maybe there is a specific ornament that needs to be the first on hung on the tree. We all have our own traditions and everyone is different. Just like the varieties of Christmas trees available on the market these last several years.

Are you interested in something new this Christmas? Take a look at these Christmas Tree varieties – in sizes from adorable tabletop trees to majestic giants – found at your local garden centers and farm stands. Continue reading

December Flower of the Month- Paperwhites


Paperwhite Narcissus will grow happily and bloom with nothing more than water and stones or beach glass. To “plant” your bulbs in any drainage free container, begin by carefully placing a layer of stones or glass to a depth of about 2 inches for a small container/vase or about 4 inches in a larger container/vase.  Next place a layer of Paperwhite bulbs close to each other, roots facing down. Put a few stones or pieces of beach glass around and between the bulbs to anchor them in the container/vase. Leave the tops of the bulbs exposed. Finally, add water until the level reaches just below the base of the bulbs, but no higher (if the bases of the bulbs sit in water, they will rot).  Frequently check the water level as the roots begin to grow and add water when needed. Continue reading

Mums- the Classic Fall Flower

For Instant Color, Just Add Mums!
SamsungSadly, Summer flowers have faded. The good news is that you can still add new life and color to your garden. In fact, some of the most beautiful colors you’ve seen all year are waiting right now to enter your garden. How? Mums. Garden show-offs with blooms that last for weeks, not days. Mums are easy to find, plant, care for, and even easier to enjoy. Continue reading

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Decorating for Fall

There couldn’t be a better time of year than fall on Cape Cod.  Traffic has thinned, the beaches are quieter and the leaves are beginning to change.  Labor Day has come and gone but that doesn’t mean the weather or the best plants have disappeared with summer.  Fall is the start of a new gorgeous season and with it comes a variety of new plant material and ornamentals to brighten up your yard, window boxes, containers and patios.  Scenic Roots is loaded with everything you need to spruce up for fall:

Cornstalks, Broomcorn, Pumpkins, Sugar Pumpkins, Gourds, Indian Corn, Grasses, Straw, Cabbages, Scarecrows, Misc Decorations, Mums, Perennials, Ornamental Leaves and dried flowers…


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