Tony and Tom will discuss air filtering houseplants on Saturday’s All Around the Yard radio show. Tony refers to NASA’s Clean Air study, conducted in 1987 to discover how to clean the air on space stations.
Author: McKenzie Stroot
Looks like we will be seeing a significant amount of snow for the first time since November. If you are making a stop for ice melt today on your way to get milk, bread, and eggs, here are a few pointers from your dear plants.
While the weather may not show it yet, spring has sprung and many of our customers are looking for a tree or shrub that will remind them spring is here each year. Frisella Nursery’s landscape designers all have their favorite trees and shrubs for spring interest, so we asked them to share theirs. Take a look at their favorite plants for spring in the St. Louis landscape
Tony discusses Christmas Trees on Saturdays All Around the Yard radio show on 97.1FM. Here are some photos of his Fraser fir from last year. We would love to see photos of your Frisella Christmas Tree. Please share photos on Facebook or Instagram and be sure to tag @frisellanursery for a chance to be featured.
There are a few factors that come into play when planting spring bulbs. You will want to make sure the area you are planting is well-tilled. Compost is great for helping enrich the soil, which can boost the bulb’s growth. The depth of your hole depends on the size of the bulb.
Happy Halloween from Frisella Nursery! Here’s a look at what some of our team members and/or their children dressed up as this year. Notice, there’s a monarch in the bunch!
Frisella Nursery is proud to announce it has been awarded an Award of Excellence- Silver Award by the National Association of Landscape Professionals.
If you enjoy learning about Monarchs, there is no better learning experience than watching their metamorphosis first-hand. Bobbie Tracy, one of Frisella Nursery’s own landscape designers, has made raising and observing Monarchs a hobby and is happy to show you the way.
While it may seem obvious that spring is the time to plant trees and shrubs in St. Louis, Autumn is also a wonderful time to plant. Roots appreciate a cooler soil, so when the weather cools off and rainfall becomes more steady, plants can become better established before the winter frost.
Fall planting season is almost upon us, and if you find yourself envious of the orange and red hues that make your home feel as cozy on the outside as the pumpkin spice candle burning inside, our landscape designers have some ideas for you.