From butterfly gardens to veggie gardens, we talk about planting, watering, soil and other care. Our garden center manager, Laura Hill, shares many tips and tricks for beginner gardeners!
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.
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.
There’s no denying it: 2020 is a year like no other. But despite everything, it’s still possible to have a holiday celebration that you’ll remember for years to come.
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.
The end of the growing season may be approaching, but we aren’t done just yet! September means fall is here, and there are many gardening tasks you can really dig into as the temperatures cool – and the outdoors starts calling!
Just the mention of fall brings immediately to mind the brilliant, coppery tones of the trees and the deep oranges, greens, and yellows of the season’s most popular vegetable – gourds.
If you want to put your garden to work, read on to learn about a few plants you can add to your home’s landscape that are both beautiful and hardworking.
If you are a St Louis garden enthusiast, you probably know Frisella Nursery for our selection of flowers and hedges, but you may not know about our wholesale tree farm just outside of Defiance, MO, where we sell a variety of unique and mature trees.
We asked Bobbie Tracy, Frisella Nursery Landscape Designer and our resident butterfly and pollinator plant enthusiast, to share with us what’s growing well in her backyard. This week she is sharing the Butterfly Bush.