When Plants Go Dormant: How Hibernating Helps Them Survive

Like a bear in hibernation, perennial plants take advantage of winter as a much-needed period of rest. Dormancy is your garden’s way to stay thriving during cold weather conditions – even if it’s not flourishing on the surface. With this in-depth look at dormancy, Jobe’s explains how your plants use this time to conserve energy […]

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Keeping Your Christmas Tree Happy and Healthy This Holiday Season

Christmas trees conjure up years’ worth of memories. The smell of pine takes us back to marathon cookie-baking sessions, getting together with family and friends, and cozying up in front of a fire with someone special. Unfortunately, the season is all too short – both for us and our Christmas trees. The star of everyone’s […]

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5 Ways to Protect Your Plants from the Winter Chill

As you take precautions to stay warm and comfortable for the colder months, don’t forget about your plants. Weather conditions can turn on a dime, catching even the most careful gardeners off guard. The cold can kill plants’ roots, making a little bit of preparation a must. Jobe’s brings you these plant protection tips for […]

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Fall Planting, Spring Blooming: Your Bulbs’ Window of Opportunity

The weather may have turned cool, but you can still take advantage of autumn in the garden. When springtime comes around, you’ll expect your garden to snap out of its winter hibernation with blooms and bright colors. Whether you’re growing colorful tulips or lofty alliums, planting in the fall – and keeping up with proper […]

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