Summer is upon us!
June is the perfect time to plant anything and everything! Mild temperatures make transplanting less stressful on all plants including trees and shrubs. Use a root simulator to jump start growth and development and begin to establish a watering schedule!
It is also time to get hanging baskets outside and fill pottery and plant
ers with blooming annuals. Utilize fertilizer high in phosphorus weekly to continue lush blooms and color! And don’t forget your veggies & herbs.

Red Arnold Honeysuckle

What’s happening this month at PLN?

Meet the Birds of Prey

Saturday, June 19th 12-2

Join us on the patio with the team at Hawkquest for an up close meet and greet of four amazing Birds of Prey: a Bald Eagle, Barn Owl, Peregrine Falcon & a Harris Hawk (this is the Saturday before Fathers Day and a great activity to share with Dad).
Bees & Butterflies

Saturday June 26th, 9-3pm

Butterfly Release @ 1pm sharp

Join us at the conclusion of Pollinator Week for this fantastic event! For the Bees, we will have experienced Bee Keepers on site to provide information on these life sustaining creatures. We will have presentations, table tops, honey samples, products for sale and even a fully enclosed observation hive so you can see these tiny miracle workers in action.

Happy Busy Bees – Colorado Hemp Honey

We will also have dozens of Butterflies to hand out to each guest (1st come 1st serve) and we will release them as a group back to nature for a highly memorable display of their expertise. This particular activity will happen at 1pm sharp!

Let Flora Do It!
“Flora’ is our fully customizable design, planting, & maintenance service for your home or business planters. Check it out in our latest blog. Let Flora Do It!

Steve & Jill’s Grill is Open!

Parker’s favorite food truck returns to Pine Lane Nursery’s parking lot for the season! Enjoy delicious hot dogs, brats, burritos, cold drinks and so much more!

We are receiving plants every single day!

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Garden Thymes with Jackie

General Landscaping
  • Check your sprinklers to make sure all you landscaping plants are receiving the correct amount of water
  • Weed, Weed, Weed! Not just unsightly, weeds rob your plants of precious nutrients and moisture
Shrubs, Perennials, Bulbs
  • Prune spring flowering shrubs after the flowers are spent
  • Cut back spring-blooming bulbs after the leaves have completely died back
  • Continue to fertilize your roses once a month
Veggies, Fruits & Herbs
  • Continue to plant warm season veggies (tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, corn)
  • Protect your strawberries & cherries from birds and other wildlife with mesh netting
  • Plant your herb seeds like dill, basil, cilantro
  • Move your annual baskets & patio pots outdoors
  • Water daily especially if your baskets are in full day sun or wind. It’s best to water in early morning
  • For fantastic color feed your flowering annuals once a week with a water soluble fertilizer high in phosphorous (the middle number on a fertilizer label)
  • Continue to dead head the spent blooms
Insect Watch  
  • Be on the lookout for aphids! A tell-tale sign is honeydew on the leaves
  • Spruce Spider mites are usually at their peak populations this month
  • Peach tree borer. Adult flights begin. Protective sprays are timely now