Why Fall Planting Is Your Friend

You may have heard the buzz about Fall planting, but what’s the deal? Why do so many garden experts recommend planting at this time of year? Well the time is almost upon us, so here are some top reasons why Fall might better for you and your plants: Warm Meets Cool – Although the air…

Crazy For Clethra!

Clethra alnifolia, also known as summersweet or sweet pepperbush, is deciduous shrub typically found in wet or swampy areas. Clethra has gorgeous white or pinky-purple flowers (depending on the variety) that bloom now, in the height of Summer, and is known for the beautiful fragrant scent of its flowers. This East Coast native has naturalized…

Spotlight on Products

D Avenue Nursery is more than just a plant nursery. We also carry a wide array of soils, pots, fertilizers, pest control methods, plant hangers, accessories/gifts, and lots more! Here are just some of the latest items we have in stock at the Nursery. Pots & Planters We have a gorgeous array of pots and…

Deer-Resistant Plants

“Will the deer eat this?!” One of our most-asked questions at D Avenue Nursery: yup, although we live in a beautiful place sometimes its residents can get a little pesky. But don’t be disheartened – there are plenty of plants and flowers that won’t be food for the next deer wandering through your garden! We’ve…

Tomatoes: A How-To Guide

We’re giving you 20% off 4” tomato starts this week at D Avenue Nursery, so to get you inspired here’s a few top tips for growing these favorites at home! SUN. Tomatoes love sunshine, so make sure that wherever you decide to plant or pot them receives at least 6 hours of sunlight daily. Now…

Martha Washington Geraniums

These show-stoppers are a firm favorite and we just got a bunch more in stock! Martha Washington geraniums (Pelargonium x domesticum) do best during the cooler early-spring, preferring warm days and cool nights.  Their ruffled, velvet-like petals and vibrant colors make them great additions to borders, beds, or as gifts for seasonal holidays such as…