• Garden Center Summer Series, Part III: Stayin’ Alive

    So, it’s mid-June. Your garden is planted, the flowers are blossoming, and your vegetables are starting to grow. You’ve finally begun to notice the fruits of your labor (pun intended), and now you’re in maintenance mode. You need to water your plants, make sure they’re getting enough sun, keep those dreaded weeds at bay, and fend off the hungry neighborhood critters, such as squirrels, bunnies, and deer. That can be quite a lot of work,

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  • Garden Center Summer Series, Part II: Choosing the Best Plants for Your Yard

    Summertime is quickly approaching, and many of use are preparing to enjoy the warm weather by hosting barbecues, indulging in summer pool parties, and most likely ending up on the receiving end of a sunburn. When you picture yourself enjoying the summer, what do you see? Maybe you’re spread out in an adirondack, cocktail in hand, four hot dogs into a slightly regrettable cookout binge? Maybe you’re up and about, socializing with colleagues and neighbors,

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  • Summer Garden Series Part I: Getting Started and Avoiding Common Mistakes


    Welcome to the first installment in our ongoing gardening series, where we’ll be providing tips and tricks to help you cultivate the garden of your dreams! This week, we’re focusing on getting started and avoiding common mistakes.


    In Cincinnati, the month of May is the best time to start your outdoor garden. Though we had a few frost warnings in early May of this year, the last frost of the year typically falls in April.

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  • Jungle Jim’s Garden Center: Interesting Finds and Classic Favorites

    We’re pleased to announce that our Jungle Jim’s Garden Center is fully stocked and open for the spring and summer seasons! This is the premier shopping destination for all things plant-related, and we’re ready to help you transform your backyard from a winter wasteland to a gorgeous, relaxing spring oasis.

    Our Garden Center is kind of a big deal. Standing at 50 feet tall, the greenhouse is spacious enough to house all of our plants and for our collection of pottery,

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