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.
Frisella Nursery is proud to announce it has been awarded “Outdoor Living Space of the Year” by the Home Builder’s Association of St. Louis.
Tony discusses his favorite hydrangea on Saturday’s All Around the Yard radio show on 97.1FM. Tony’s favorite hydrangea is the Invincible Ruby hydrangea “It is one of my favorite summer bloomers that will handle some sun. It likes morning sun, but some afternoon shade and performs well in the St. Louis landscape.
Anyone with an Instagram or Pinterest account has probably come across an image or two of a bright green fiddle-leaf fig tree (Ficus lyrata) in the most lovely home setting. It is probably one of the trendiest of houseplants right now, but one of the more difficult to keep happy.
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.
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.