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Seasonal Tips

Olson’s Garden Center Is Open

March 21, 2012

The SUN is shining and SPRING is here! Olson’s Garden Center is now open for the season! Mother Nature has been kind and we have been working hard getting the garden center ready for another wonderful season. We have trucks arriving daily bringing fresh deliveries of the best selection of annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, tree’s, […]

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All About Hydrangeas

September 3, 2010

Here’s the scoop on hydrangeas. All hydrangea can be divided into two categories: those that bloom on current years’ wood, and those that bloom on old wood. Nikko Blue, Endless Summer, Pink-N-Pretty, Bluebird and pink, purple, and blue varieties are all part of the macrophylla family. These varieties set their bud for next year’s flower […]

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How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles and Grubs in Your Lawn

August 26, 2010

First, it’s important to make the connection that the white grubs in your lawn will hatch into Japanese Beetles; if you have Japanese Beetles, they will lay eggs in your lawn that turn into white grubs. Japanese Beetles can severely damage your roses and other plants in your landscape because they feed on the leaves […]

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Seeds, Seeds, and More Seeds!

March 24, 2010
early spring flowering seeds at olsons cape cod

We now carry a full line of seeds for all of your planting needs from Botanical Interests, the best seed provider in the country. Stop by to get the seeds you need, for any season! Check out a brief tour of the facility below where Botanical Interests produce high quality seeds. .

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The Time To Lime Your Lawn

February 18, 2010

Spring is the time to lime your lawn. We carry liquid lime, a lime product that works instantly instead of waiting for pelletized or powdered to break down. Make sure you lime every spring and fall. Time to fertilize- Every April and June fertilize all of your plants with Holly Tone or Plant Tone. Prune […]

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