The Benefits of Native Plants in Maryland

Native Plants in MarylandThroughout our lives, we have been taught to remove Native Plants, opting instead for plants that are common in the nursery industry. These plants are chosen for several reasons, including functionality and aesthetic appeal. They are mass produced and distributed in almost the same way consumer goods are mass produced and distributed. As a result, landscapes across the United States look extremely similar.

Unfortunately, as great as these plants look, many are not suited for the environments we force them into. This means lots of fertilizer, lots of pesticides, lots of chemicals, and near constant watering. Homeowners everywhere are saying the same thing, “isn’t there a better way?”

Well, yes. And it is nothing new.  Native Plants. Native plants take care of themselves because they evolved and adapted to their environments. This is extremely beneficial in so many ways!

Benefits of Native Plants

  1. Low Maintenance: Native plants have long ago adapted to their geographical location. Because of this, they require far less attention than other plants. This means little to no watering, and no chemicals, pesticides or fertilizers.
  2. Better for the Environment: Because native plants do not require pesticides and fertilizers, they are much friendlier to the surrounding environment.
  3. Save Water: On the East coast, 30% of water consumption goes to plants and lawns. Native plants will help cut back on water consumption.
  4. Save Money: Native plants require far less attention, far less water, and no chemicals. All of this adds up to more money in your pocket.
  5. Song Birds: The song bird population has dropped a dramatic 5-10% annually. One of the main reasons is a lack of natural habitat. Adopting native plants can help sustain the song bird population.
  6. And Much More!

Native Plants to Maryland

  1. Achillea millefolium, more commonly referred to as Yarrow, Milfoil, or Western yarrow
  2. Acer negundo, more commonly referred to as Ash-leaf maple or Box elder
  3. Coreopsis verticillata, more commonly referred to as Threadleaf coreopsis, Whorled tickseed, or Whorled coreopsis.
  4. Lonicera sempervirens, more commonly referred to as Coral honeysuckle, Trumpet honeysuckle, or Woodbine.
  5. Magnolia tripetala, more commonly referred to as Umbrella tree or Umbrella magnolia.
  6. Phlox divaricate, more commonly referred to as Wild blue phlox, Lousiana phlox, Blue woodland phlox, Sweet William, or Wild sweet William.
  7. Quercus rubra, more commonly referred to as Northern red oak.
  8. Rhododendron prinophyllum, more commonly referred to as Early azalea, Roseshell azalea, or Woolly azalea.
  9. Quercus coccinea, more commonly referred to as Scarlett oak.
  10. And more!

For a full list of native plant species suitable for planned landscapes in Maryland, Click Here.

Visit Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater for Native Plants in Maryland

We have a great selection of native perennials, trees and shrubs at Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater. Our experts will help you determine the right products for your unique needs.

If you have any other questionsThe Benefits of Native Plants in Maryland, our experts are here to help. Please visit AceHardwareAndHearth.com today! You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

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Tips for Attracting Bluebirds to Your Yard

Attracting BluebirdsAs a homeowner, are you tired of seeing the same boring birds in your backyard each and every day? Do you want a little more variety? A little more color? Well, why not try and attract everyone’s favorite bird: the Bluebird? It is the bird that everyone wishes would visit their backyard and nest in their bird house.

“The bluebird carries the sky on his back”- Henry David Thoreau

What you may not know is that there are actually three species of bluebirds: Eastern, Western and Mountain. Each species is common in residential yards, rural fields and meadows, and occasionally urban or commercial areas. And because eastern bluebirds have made a comeback from near extinction, they are willing visitors to any yard that provides what they like.

Tips for Attracting Bluebirds to Your Yard

  1. Purchase a Bluebird Nesting Box: The best bluebird nesting boxes are well-ventilated, have drain holes, a 4” x 4” square floor, a 1.5” hole, no perch, and are made from cedar.
  2. Avoid The Tree: Believe it or not, the best place to hang your bluebird nesting box is not on a tree, but a pole or post with a baffle. It is even better if this pole is in an open area away from other bird houses and bird feeders. Bluebirds like the nesting box 40” high to the center of the hole in the box. Use Diatomaceous Earth or Snake repellent sprinkled around the base of the pole to deter snakes.
  3. Monitor the Nesting Box: Look for and remove bumble bees, wasps and ants.
  4. Food and Water: Around this time, most bluebirds have fledged their first brood and are presently feeding those new hungry mouths. They love live mealworms, bluebird nuggets, and Patio Low Millet blend seed. They respond to a dinner bell announcing your presence to fill their feeder box. It is best to employ a bluebird feeder that has a hole in each end, a top that flops up and a plexiglas front for viewing.
  5. Landscape: Bluebirds enjoy landscapes with dogwood, serviceberry, viburnum, sumac and mulberry.
  6. Don’t Use Pesticides: We repeat: do not use pesticides.
  7. Visit Ace: Ace Hardware & Hearth in Pasadena and Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater have extensive birder sections. We have live mealworms, bluebird suet nuggets, nesting boxes, mealworm feeders, and everything you need to turn your backyard into any bluebirds dream home. We also have a cute selection of bluebirds gifts and flags.

Bluebirds will often have two more broods in a summer, so, get ready for the fun!

If you have any other questions Attracting Bluebirds to Your Yard, our experts are here to help. Please visit AceHardwareAndHearth.com today! You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

Grafted Tomato Benefits: An Age Old Technique for Better Tomatoes

Ripe Tomatoes on White with Clipping PathWhen it comes to gardening, there is no reason to reinvent the wheel or, in this case, the tomato plant. Grafted Tomatoes have been around since the 1920s and are known for their superior taste and quality, increased production rates, ability to resist disease, and much more. Tomato grafting is the process of attaching the stem of one tomato plant to the rootstock of a different plant. This allows farmers to select a tomato based on taste and graft it to another rootstock with a more vigorous habit and superior disease resistance.

“What the rootstock variety brings to the partnership is a larger, more vigorous root system that lets the plant take up more water and nutrients,” said Barbara Damrosch, author of The Washington Post article, “The benefits of grafted tomatoes.”

“Rootstocks are also developed for their resistance to the many ills that can befall these plants (tomatoes, especially), which are mostly from soil-borne fungi, bacteria and nematodes,” she added. “There are also rootstocks that enable plants to withstand extremes of hot and cold, wet and dry — even salty conditions.”

Grafted Tomato Benefits

  1. Production: Grafted tomatoes produce 4-5 times the fruit of standard tomato plants.
  2. Quality: Grafted tomatoes are known for their quality and superior taste.
  3. Durability: Grafted tomatoes are more resistant to disease and soil borne pathogens than other tomato plants.
  4. Harsh Conditions: Grafted tomatoes stand up better to extreme elements and harsh conditions, like extreme temperatures or poor soils.
  5. Pesticides: Grafted Tomatoes reduce or even eliminate the need for pesticides.
  6. Harvest: Grafted tomatoes have a lengthier harvest season than standard plants.

Grafted Tomatoes Available at the Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater, Maryland

The Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater hand-selects the best vegetable seeds, seedlings, and plants – including Grafted Tomatoes – from local growers. With a little help from Ace, you could be enjoying fresh tomatoes and other vegetables all summer long.

If you have any other questions, our experts are here to help. Please visit AceHardwareAndHearth.com today! You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

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Add Curb Appeal to Your Home with Japanese Maple Trees

Japanese-Maple-Tree-MarylandAre you looking for the perfect way to Add Curb Appeal to Your Home this spring? Well, look no further. The answer is right in front of you. Well, it is in the picture to the right. Japanese Maple Trees (Acer palmatum). These beautiful trees can be the perfect accent piece for your yard.

“Japanese maples are an excellent choice for the beginning gardener, as they are essentially carefree once established,” said William B. Shell, an expert on growing Japanese maple trees. “They offer year-round interest with their ever-changing beauty.”

The Japanese Maple Tree is notorious for its ever-changing nature. Some of these trees – which range from 2-30 feet tall and come in various forms, including weeping, rounded, dwarf, mounding, upright, or cascading – leaf out in a beautiful red in spring, change to green in the summer, and transform to yellows and oranges in the fall. Others stay red from spring to fall. Either way, and no matter what form you choose, Japanese Maple Trees offer an aesthetic appeal unmatched by other trees. And with so many forms to choose from, you are sure to find a Japanese Maple Tree that will fit your needs, your landscape, and your budget.

Best of all, Japanese Maple Trees are very easy to grow and maintain when properly planted.

  1. Soil: Most any garden soil is suitable for these trees, as long as the soul drains well. Otherwise, you may start to notice browning on the tips of the leaves. This is a sure sign that your soil is not well drained and too soggy for the Japanese Maple. Fix the drainage issue ASAP.
  2. Sun: These trees grow well in sun or shade, but prefer an environment with filtered sunlight.
  3. Watering: Young trees should be watered consistently during the first 2 or 3 years after planting. It is also important to water these trees during prolonged periods of dry, hot weather. Water problems during the first few years is the number one killer of young Japanese Maple Trees.

Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater, Maryland: Your Source for Japanese Maple Trees

Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater features a large selection of garden supplies, flowers, fertilizers, soil, mulch, and the equipment you need to care for your beloved garden. We also have tons of Japanese Maple Trees in stock.

If you have any other questions, our experts are here to help. Please visit AceHardwareAndHearth.com today! You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

Deer Resistant and Rabbit Resistant Plants in Maryland

Rabbit-Repellent-MarylandNothing is more frustrating for the do-it-yourself home gardener than waking up in the morning and finding your garden torn to pieces. The culprits: deer and rabbits. While these creatures may be fun to watch in the wild, they can wreak havoc on your home garden, the same garden that took you hours upon hours to plant and care for.

Deer Resistant and Rabbit Resistant Plants in Maryland

Ace Hardware & Hearth in Glen Burnie and Pasadena, and Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater feature garden supplies, vegetables, hand-selected flowers from local nurseries, shrubs, and any tree you desire, grass seed, fertilizer, soil, mulch and the equipment you need to care for your garden. Our experts will help you determine the right products for your unique needs. We can also help you select deer and rabbit resistant plants. Below are a few examples of such plants.

Deer Resistant and Rabbit Resistant Flowers

  1. Foxglove
  2. English Ivy
  3. Japenese Iris
  4. Daylily
  5. Shasta Daisy
  6. Ajuga
  7. Periwinkle
  8. Black Eyed Susan
  9. Jacob’s Ladder
  10. And More!

Deer Resistant and Rabbit Resistant Shrubs

  1. Fernbush
  2. Red Twig Dogwood
  3. Chinese Lilac
  4. Fragrant Sumac
  5. Gambel Oak
  6. And More!

Deer Resistant and Rabbit Resistant Trees

  1. Colorado Spruce
  2. Ponderosa Pine
  3. Common Hackberry
  4. Imperial Locust
  5. And More!

But what happens when you want to plant flowers or shrubs that are not naturally resistant to deer and rabbits?

Bobbex Deer and Rabbit Repellents Available at Your Maryland Garden Center

Bobbex and Bobbex R are perfect for those do-it-yourself gardeners looking to protect their gardens from the likes of deer and rabbits. Both Bobbex  products are available in Ready to Use and concentrates that can be applied with hose end or compression (pump up) sprayers. Best of all, both Bobbex products are available at the all three Aces…Glen Burnie, Pasadena and Edgewater.

If you have any other questions, our experts are here to help. Please visit AceHardwareAndHearth.com today! You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

The Uses and Popularity of Herbs: Ace has the Largest Selection of Herbs in Maryland

Herb-Garden-MarylandHerb gardens continue to become increasingly more and more popular. Odds are that you know someone with an herb garden. You may even have an herb garden yourself, or at least thought about starting an herb garden. What’s stopping you? Nothing tastes quite as good as fresh herbs. And what is fresher than herbs plucked right from your very own herb garden!?

Starting an Herb Garden

  1. Location: First, you have to decide where to put your herb garden. Some people mix their herbs into their vegetable garden, however, it is probably better to grow herbs in a separate, dedicated garden.
  2. Size: It is not the size of your herb garden, but the quality that matters. So instead of taking on too much, start small. It typically takes 12- by 18-inch plots for each individual herb. So pick a few of your favorites and get to gardening.
  3. Drainage: Believe it or not, drainage is probably the most important single factor in successful herb growing. Without adequate drainage, the herbs will not grow! To improve drainage, remove the soil to a depth of 15 to 18 inches and place a 3-inch layer of crushed stone on the bottom. Next, mix in some compost or sphagnum peat and sand. Finally, refill the bed. Remember to allow for settling of the soil.
  4. Soil: As you can imagine, soil matters. The main thing you have to remember is to not over-fertilize. Highly fertile soil tends to produce excessive amounts of foliage with poor flavor.
  5. Selecting Herbs: The hardest part of starting an herb garden is selecting the herbs! Which ones do you chose? A few options for beginners include: winter savory, rosemary, sage, basil, dill, mint, marjoram, tarragon, thyme, chives, and parsley. Now you just have to figure out where to buy these herbs…

Ace: The Largest Selection of Herbs in Maryland

Ace Hardware & Hearth in Pasadena and Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater feature garden supplies and, of course, flowers, fertilizers, soil, mulch, and the equipment you need to care for your beloved garden. We also have the largest selection of herbs in Maryland! So why would you go anywhere else?

Our garden experts will help you find whatever you need.

If you have any other questions, our experts are here to help. Please visit AceHardwareAndHearth.com today! You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

Maryland Gardening Tips: Control Deer with Bobbex Deer Repellent

Ace Hardware - Deer RepellentThe white-tailed deer is prolific in the mid-Atlantic area because their natural habitat has been greatly reduced by urban sprawl. The competition for food is intense and the deer are now very comfortable coming into populated areas and foraging. As you can imagine, deer have become a thorn in the side of Maryland gardeners in recent years. At least there are treatments, right? Unfortunately, most deer repellents work only briefly, if at all… until now.

There has been a significant breakthrough in repelling deer in the garden. The CONNECTICUT AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION tested 10 commercially available deer repellents and found that Bobbex was the most effective at 93%. Bobbex is a foliar spray that is applied to dry leaves and will not wash away. Bobbex not only mimics predator scents, but also tastes awful to deer. For both these reasons, deer avoid Bobbex at all costs.

The only thing better at deterring white tailed deer was a high fence, which came in at 100%.

Bobbex is applied in Maryland by professional pest (deer and rabbit) treatment companies with great success. Garden Club radio talk show (680 am Saturdays at 7:00 am and 1370 am Sundays at 7:00am) host Alan Summers says that he now has deer still going through his property but no longer experiences any damage since treating his show gardens with Bobbex. New growth should  be treated every two weeks.Ace-Hardware-bobbex-deer-repellent

Other Great Bobbex Products

  1. Bobbex Rose works extremely well at protecting those prized roses.
  2. Bobbex R for rabbits provides Maryland gardens with great protection, as well

Bobbex  products are available in Ready to Use and concentrates that can be applied with hose end or compression (pump up) sprayers.

All of these effective Bobbex controls are available at the all three Aces…Glen Burnie, Pasadena and Edgewater. Visit www.acehomeandleisure.com for directions. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

Maryland Garden Center: The Secret to Healthy, Fragrant Roses

Ace_Mar11_RosesRoses are a lot like terriers or pit bulls…you either love them or hate them! Both the dogs and the flowers are misunderstood and need a little different attention, BUT both reward you like no other. Just look at those roses to the right. What could be more beautiful? But it is almost impossible for the average homeowner to grow roses, right? Well, not anymore…

Roses have come a long way from the troublesome early days when disease exasperated even the most seasoned rose lover. Now, many roses, which have been bred to need minimal spraying, are very profusely blooming, with a lot of intoxicating fragrances.

Gardeing Tips: How to successfully enjoy Roses in the mid-Atlantic Region

  1. First and foremost, choose the roses that will give you what you want…fragrance, color, cutting, climbing and so on.
  2. Only buy from an independent garden center who has the desire and ability to provide you with a healthy and well cared for rose that was supplied from the premium stock of a well run grower of bare roots. Big box stores aren’t able to do this. This is why you should head to Ace Hardware & Hearth in Glen Burnie and Pasadena or Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater for all of your gardening needs. Our experts will help you find the perfect roses and the right gardening products for your unique needs. Hint: The best rose selection in Maryland is in Edgewater!
  3. Next, it is time to plant. Be sure to select a spot that receives 6-8 hours of sun (morning to mid-day preferred) in a Ace_Mar11_ROSE DRENCHwell-drained spot or slope. Once you have selected the perfect spot, dig a hole twice the diameter of the pot size. Put 1” of soil mix in the bottom, sprinkle with an organic food, like Garden Elements Starter Food, that has everything you need, including feather meal. Wet that with water. Set the rose in the hole and fill in around the root mass and lightly compress. Roses are heavy feeders and benefit greatly from a planting with a half and half mixture of Coast of Maine organic Lobster Compost and Bumper Crop. This enlivened soil blend will make available abundant microorganisms that excrete plant ready food naturally. Plant the Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, Grandiflora or climber 1” below the bud union and fertilize. On other rose types, plant at the same depth as it is in the pot. If you want extra plant assurance, water in with SeaMate.
  4. To eliminate fears of aphids, drench the soil with Bonide Systemic Rose Drench from a watering can. A quick and easy twice a month spray with Infuse fungicide will eliminate fears of Black Spot disease.
  5. Feed your roses two times per month until August with Plant Trust, a unique food with CDU from Japan. Once August comes around, it is time to let the roses go to sleep.

That’s it!

No plant can give you the uniqueness of a rose. Whether it’s a shrub rose, a climber, a ground cover or a miniature for containers, roses will reward you for months with just the minimal amount of work mentioned above.

The unique and effective products mentioned in this blog are time tested and are available at all three Ace locations: Glen Burnie, Edgewater and Pasadena. Visit www.acehomeandleisure.com for directions. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

GET OUT AND SMELL THE ROSES!

Maryland Garden Center News: Are Impatiens really going away?!

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Are Impatiens really going away?!

Say it isn’t so!!! Unfortunately, they are. Our beloved shade tolerant annual, Impatiens Walleriana, is under a worldwide attack from a disease called Downy Mildew. Europe has seen the devastation first hand for over 8 years and this air borne disease now plagues the beds and baskets of Americans in many regions of our country.

To make things worse, there is NO CHEMICAL REMEDY now or anywhere on the horizon available to homeowners to make Impatiens Walleriana a viable bedding plant again.

How do I know if my Impatiens are affected?

The infected Impatiens will typically and initially show some yellowing and stunted growth. The first and futile response of many is to fertilize. Unfortunately, this has no effect. Our beautiful impatiens of pastels, lavenders and bold colors are not long for the garden. In weeks they will lose flowers and leaves. Their withered stalks will remain, an ugly reminder that we must consider other plant options to color our lives in the shade for years to come.

If you still want to buy impatiens, do so knowing that they’ll most likely die before midsummer. Most honest garden centers will have signs at their displays of impatiens warning you of what’s to come.

Are there other Flowers that do well in the Shade?

THE GOOD NEWS is that there ARE many beautiful options for your shade and part shade flower beds and containers. Try to think in terms of form, texture and color to add maximum interest and eye appeal. Here are some great options (annuals) for light to moderate shade…

  1. Wax begonias (deep shade also)
  2. New guinea impatiens (light shade)
  3. Torenia (up to deep shade)
  4. Coleus (so many new and beautiful colors!)
  5. Dragon and Baby Wing begonias
  6. Ferns
  7. Upright Fuchsia (great choice for pastels!) You may consider placing a hanging basket of fuchsia on an upside down clay pot to fill a large space with pastels!

Look for great perennial options.

DON’T GIVE UP… GET CREATIVE WITH FORM, TEXTURE AND COLOR!

Maryland Garden Center

Ace Hardware & Hearth in Glen Burnie and Pasadena, and Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater feature garden supplies and, of course flowers, fertilizers, soil, mulch and the equipment you need to care for your beloved garden. Our experts will help you determine the right products for your unique needs.

If you have any other questions, our experts are here to help. Please visit AceHardwareAndHearth.com today! You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

More Weed Control Tips: Controlling Weeds in Beds, Edges, and Cracks

Over the last several weeks, we have been discussing Weed Control, from lawn care and weed prevention to controlling annoying weeds in the yard. This week, we are going to continue talking about everyone’s least favorite perennial, weeds. More importantly, we are going to talk about those weeds that pop up in unexpected places, like the cracks in a driveway or sidewalk. Luckily, these weeds are easily controlled using the appropriate prescribed elixir (okay…chemical!)

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Weed Control Tips

Weeds in Pavement Cracks

For KILLING weeds growing in pavement cracks or open areas in beds, a quick and effective treatment is a non-selective Ace_Feb25_KleenUpherbicide named Kleen-Up. The active ingredient, glyphosate, is found in higher concentrations in Bonide’s Kleen-up than other weed control products with similar formulas. Kleen-up’s trigger bottle allows you to deliver a lethal dose in a controlled dose.

Bonide’s Kleep-up can be bought as RTU (Ready To Use) small 32 oz. bottles for small spot treatment or half gallon and larger sizes with a variety of spray options but always used as spot treatments, not area treatments.

Apply a ground sterilizer such as Ground Clear from Ortho or GF Vegetation Killer from Bonide to PREVENT weeds for UP TO A YEAR. These will keep areas such as driveways, patios, fence lines, gravel paths, and curbs clear of weeds. Both products are not typically sprayed, but rather mixed with water and poured on the problem areas.

Weeds in Flower Beds and Vegetable Gardens

In beds, grassy weeds can be eliminated while not harming desirable plants, such as vegetables, flowers and shrubs, by Ace_Feb25_Chickweedusing Grass Beater from Bonide. We also recommend using mulch in vegetable gardens. Mulch helps retain soil moisture while also minimizing weeds.

One weed in particular, Chickweed, is a rascal that needs to be sprayed in early spring prior to it developing small white seed bearing flowers. Chickweed, Oxalis and Clover Killer from Bonide is the preferred brand because it kills to the root and is effective down to 45 degree temperatures while others stop working at 60 degrees.

Have any more weed control questions? Then head to the Ace nearest you!

Ace Hardware & Heath and Ace Home & Leisure: High Quality Lawn Care and Weed Control Products in Maryland

Ace knows that our Maryland homeowners love their lawns…and hate weeds! That’s why we take special care in selecting the lawn products that will perform best on Maryland lawns. Check in with the Ace lawn care specialists at Ace Hardware & Hearth in Glen Burnie and Pasadena, Maryland or Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater. We are here to answers all of your lawn care and weed control questions.

If you have any other questions about Weed Control, our experts are here to help. Please visit AceHardwareAndHearth.com today! You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

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