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 Dogwood.
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 Moscow Lilac.
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.
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.
We’re giving our customers the chance to create a custom annuals order in advance! Click the button below to view our 2020 list of annuals and hanging basket combinations. All orders can be placed by email to Laura.Hill@frisellanursery.com or fax, 636-798-2557. Don’t see a plant you were looking for? Let us know! We may be able to include it in our growing schedule or consider adding it to our offerings in the future.
Frisella Landscape Group has received a 2019 Ladue News Design Award for Landscape Design.
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.
Frisella Nursery has received an Award of Excellence in the Design and Build category by the National Association of Landscape Professionals.
Fall is knocking and we have everything you need for a seasonal refresh. From fall-hued plants like marigolds, zinnias, and container sunflowers to cool-season veggies, adorable doormats, and delicious pie kits and teas. It’s time to start the seasonal transition.
While winter is tough on many of our plants, summer brings another set of problems such as insects, diseases, and of course all that heat! We have created this handy survival guide to keep your plants thriving well into fall.
Frisella Nursery is proud to announce it has been honored as a “2019 Top Family Business” by Small Business Monthly magazine.
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.