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LANDSCAPING and GARDEN CENTER

WEST TISBURY, MA

Established on Martha's Vineyard for over thirty years, Vineyard Gardens provides skilled, year-round property landscaping for West Tisbury, MA, and surrounding communities. We are dedicated to maintaining our enduring relationships with our clients, and we strive to create unique and verdant gardens that reflect the island's landscapes with natural beauty.  As a full-service design, installation and property maintenance company, and in collaboration with our knowledgeable Vineyard Gardens nursery staff, we are the island resource for horticultural care in all areas of the garden.  

Contact us for our full-service landscape management services.

Landscape (508)693-8512 I Nursery (508)693-8511

GARDEN WORKSHOP : EVERGREENS

Saturday June 22, 2019 / 11am

This discussion will focus on the use of evergreens in your landscape design. A wide variety of evergreens add beauty and privacy to your landscape. Conifers and broadleaf evergreens can be used as back drops to your garden while hollies and golden or blue needled conifers add winter interest. Evergreens can be the highlights in your garden, the bones of the garden or for screening out your neighbors house. Stop by to learn all the wonderful possibilities of evergreens! The talk will be held at Vineyard Gardens 484 State Rd in West Tisbury.

*Attendees will receive a 20% off coupon that can be used only that day when buying products related to lecture series

PLANT OF THE WEEK : HEUCHERAS 20% off

Heuchera

Heuchera

GARDEN TIPS OF THE WEEK : HYDRANGEAS

by Chris and Chuck Wiley

  • Now is the time to prune all dead stems from your Hydrangea macrophylla, sometimes referred to as blue mop head hydrangeas. Any inner stems that are dead as well as dead tips should be pruned off. This type of hydrangea blooms on the tips of last years growth. Do not prune the green living tips or you will cut off the flower buds. Do not prune them in early spring or you won’t get any flowers.

  • Panicle hydrangeas, the white ones that bloom later and into the fall, are the only ones that bloom at the tips of the new growth. Those should have been pruned in early spring when they first started growing. Too late to prune now.

  • Lace cap hydrangeas, oak leaf hydrangeas and climbing hydrangeas all bloom on last years growth so only prune out the dead stems.

  • Hydrangeas do really well on the Vineyard. The panicle hydrangeas can take the most sun. The others would rather be in some afternoon shade. Plant lots of hydrangeas. They are terrific!

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ONGOING DISCOUNTS:

Tuesdays: SENIOR DAY 20% OFF EVERYTHING

Wednesdays: LADIES DAY 20% OFF ANNUALS and PERENNIALS

Thursdays: GENTLEMAN'S DAY 20% OFF BAGGED MATERIALS

Daily: ISLANDERS WITH ISLAND CARDS 10% OFF (must show card) 

Daily: POLLY HILL ARBORETUM MEMBERS 10% OFF(must show card)

EDUCATIONAL LINK:   UMass  Extension/ Landscape, Nursery and Urban Forestry Program's informative and educational newsletter.  http://ag.umass.edu/landscape/newsletters/hort-notes/hort-notes-2017-vol-282

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