While your clocks must fall back in just a few short weeks, your garden can still spring forward—with bulbs! At Strader’s, we’ve stocked up on all our favorite bulbs for next spring, including Daffodils, Tulips, Garlic, and more! Stop by any of our six convenient locations in Columbus, Ohio and our friendly staff can help you select from our huge assortment of bulbs to plant now, for a spring full of colorful blooms!
With crisp, cool days just around the corner, we love that it’s almost autumn in central Ohio. September is the perfect month to ready your home—and your garden—for the festive season ahead. Here’s our list of ways to make the most of your yard this fall with Strader’s!
While many gardeners wait until fall to plant, back-to-school season is a busy time for many across central Ohio. The good news is that you don’t have to wait until September or October to do your fall planting—in fact, August is the perfect time to tackle those projects around the yard that you may have put off over the summer, from planting to mulching and even repotting houseplants!
Aptly named the lazy days of summer, July is a time to relax, unwind, and enjoy the hard work you’ve put into your garden this year. Spring planting is a distant memory and the fall harvest has yet to come, so now’s the time to enjoy the long days, warm summer nights, and slow down this summer.
To honor the local pollinators in your garden, we highly recommend that you add Ohio native plants to your landscape so that vital pollinators like bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, moths, and other insects and small mammals can thrive—and make your garden thrive as well!
National Pollinators Month, recognized each June in the United States, could be our favorite celebration of the year—and the most important holiday for your garden!
Each year, a taste of the tropics arrives at your local Strader’s—in the form of tropical plants from Florida and California. While not native to Ohio, these plants can easily thrive in Ohio summers and tolerate overwintering indoors! Here’s our list of favorite tropical plants that will transform your yard into a summer island paradise.