Category: DIY

3 Tips for Spring Planting in St. Louis

Getting your garden ready for a St. Louis spring can sometimes be a trying task. We should know – the Frisella family has been caring for plants, shrubs, and trees through fickle Midwestern seasons since 1953.

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Bringing Life to the Indoors in the Dead of Winter

Everybody loves a little magic for the holidays. What that magic looks like might be different from year to year, but there’s always a way to bring a little something special into your home to make the season brighter and put a smile on your face.

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DESTINATION: DEFIANCE

Located just a short drive west of Chesterfield, Frisella Nursery is proud to call Defiance, MO home. As more people are looking for opportunities to get out of the house and get some fresh air this fall, we encourage visitors to the nursery to make a day of it and see everything Defiance offers.

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DIY Valentine Succulents Using Jiffy Pots

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and if you’re looking for something cute and fun to gift a friend, display as home decor, or for your kids to craft up for their teachers consider this quick and easy succulent valentine craft using jiffy pots.

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St. Louis Bird Feeding Guide

Have you ever wondered how you can make your backyard more attractive to birds? Here is a quick look at the feeding habits of four popular St. Louis birds to determine what you can do to make your yard more bird-friendly.

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How to Achieve the Healthiest Lawn on the Block

Next summer’s lawn health depends on what’s done now to achieve optimum nutrition prior to winter. Lawn composting, aeration, and overseeding has many benefits and we recommend it to anyone that appreciates a healthy, deep green lawn through the hottest, driest months of the year.

 

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Rick’s Picks: Admirable Annuals

Rick started with us last fall and has been making some great improvements to our greenhouse operation and of course, he’s been planting away! We caught up with him to ask him to point out some of his favorite annuals this year.

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What Your Plants Want you to Know about Ice Melt

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.

 

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Where, When, and How to Plant Spring Bulbs

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.

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