Growing Garlic

If you have ever tasted home grown or local farm grown garlic you know it is far superior in flavor to what you can buy in the grocery store. Garlic is an easy crop to grow and planting it in October/early November will ensure you a bountiful harvest next July – which will keep you […]

September_17 Thirsty Thursday Cocktails

Here are the recipes for our September Thirsty Thursday cocktails: Pumpkin and Apple Cider Fizz Author: Brandon Matzek Serves: 1 Ingredients 1 1/2 oz. pumpkin puree (canned or homemade*) 1 1/2 oz. vanilla vodka 2 oz. apple cider 1 1/2 oz. ginger beer Instructions Fill a cocktail shaker with ice then add pumpkin puree, vanilla […]

Fall Perennials

Fall is by far our favorite season here at Scenic Roots. Not only for the cooler nights, less traffic, quieter beaches, but the colors… The colors and variety of plants available on the market, now make the fall the number one preferred season to plant. We have whittled down our fall perennial favorites so not […]

Inspiring Fall Containers

Get Creative, Be Bold, Be Bright All of us here at Scenic Roots believe the fall is the best season.   We rework our lawns, transplant shrubs, create new landscapes and dress up our containers and window boxes in shades of yellows, reds, orange and browns.   BUT we realize that you may not feel the same way.  Have […]

Droopy Hydrangea?

Is your hydrangea droopy?  Are the flower heads kissing the ground?  I will tell you this… The majority of the time it isn’t about the lack of water and most likely you are over watering thinking it will help perk up those lovely hydrangea heads.  What is really going on is the fact that the […]