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Bring your whole family to visit our garden center and browse our vast selection of flowers, trees, bushes and more to make the exterior of your home look as great as you imagine!

Stop by to see our collection of mums, sunflowers, and other fall annuals. We have everything you need to decorate your lawn for fall.

You can always find great deals at our garden center.   We’re open year-round, so come and browse our indoor store and greenhouse even if the weather isn’t cooperating.

Annuals

Perennials

Bulbs

Seeds & More

Evergreens

Shade Trees

Ground Covers

Gardening Equipment & Supplies

Shrubs

Hardscape Material

Garden Décor & More

Insect & Disease Treatment

Celebrate the Holidays with Eagle Creek Nursery and Garden Center

The holidays are here and Eagle Creek Nursery is here to help you decorate and celebrate. We have fresh Fraser Fir trees from North Carolina as well as wreaths to be your centerpieces. To go along with these, we provide an assortment of fresh cut greenery, winterberry tips, and roping to help deck out your homes. From custom porch pots and wreaths to table center pieces and Noelle post swags, we can help customize your décor to your taste. Our poinsettias are a notch above, stuffed with pine tips and a foil wrapped container, with a handmade bow to finish the look.

In addition to the smells of winter, we help to provide the look. We have a small, select offering of décor items. These include gorgeous white churches, Jingle Birds, and custom, hand-painted ECN ornaments. Whether you are looking for traditional or something slightly more unique, be sure to add Eagle Creek Nursery and Garden Center to your list of places to visit in December.

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Lawn Care

For lawns, the optimum seeding and germination time is past. October is the time to apply broadleaf herbicides to help control dandelions and other broadleaf weeds. If your lawn is actively growing, continue to mow it, leaving it around the 3” height to allow grass to be sufficient in growth going into the winter. Continue to watch for rust damage, and apply a Nitrogen fertilizer to your lawns if needed. This will help your lawn be nice and green come spring.

Garden & Yard

October is also the time for an amount of yardwork. It is time to start preparing your beds for the winter. Perennials should be cut back and any diseased plant material removed. Destroy (or throw away) the diseased foliage. Fallen tree leaves may be raked and disposed of or mown over to create a mulch for the lawn. Certain hydrangeas, including Limelight, Little Lime, Bobo, Quick Fire, Incrediball, Annabelle, and other panicle and smooth hydrangeas, should be pruned to remove spent blooms. Do not prune the Endless Summer hydrangeas.

Plantings of fall annuals are in full swing. These include mums, asters, cabbages, kales, pansies, and more. There are a variety of options for your fall color. Consider any tree needs for your yard. We have begun to dig evergreens, with deciduous plants to follow in October and November. These deciduous plants include honeylocusts, ginkgos, maples, viburnums, and serviceberries.

Start planning for bulb plantings. Now is the time to explore and decide which fall bulbs you would like to plant for spring color. They are best planted in late October early November when the weather is much cooler but before the ground is frozen. These bulbs include Tulips, Daffodils, Crocus, Hyacinths, Alliums (Ornamental Onion) and more.

Houseplants

Houseplants (and any other plant) being brought in for the winter need to be prepped for the indoors. They should be treated with an insecticide (or horticultural oil/Neem) to prevent the bringing of unwanted visitors indoors. Also, remove any dead or broken branches and leaves. Plants should be moved to a slightly shadier location for a period of time before moving indoors to help them acclimate to the weaker light conditions indoors. They should be brought in before night temperatures are consistently in the 40s or lower.

Do not forget to visit your local garden center for ongoing sales!

Stop in and Check out Our October Sales!

40% Off Container-grown Trees and Shrubs
25% Off Ornamental Grasses
30% Off Garden Decor (fountains, statues, benches, and more)
50% Off Glazed and Concrete Planters, and Cast-iron Urns
20% Off Bagged Mulches, Stones, and Soils
Buy 1, Get 2 Free of equal or lesser value–Perennials, Roses,
Groundcovers, and, Vines

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