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60 Years and Counting - Sky's Local Vendors
Developing and maintaining long-standing relationships with local businesses and our faithful customers is an important foundation of our business ethos, and we are so thankful for your continued support... Read more.
60 Years and Counting
It’s amazing to think that Sky Nursery has been here for sixty years... Read more.
Images from our past... See more.
Attracting birds to your back yard is not difficult, and you don’t need acres of garden to enjoy an abundance of birds. Read more.
Sky’s New Store/Sky’s Old Store
"What’s going on with your old store? What’s going
on with your new store?" ...are the two questions we’ve been hearing the most this spring. Read more.
Autumn is a great time for garden cleanup, including a lot of cutting and hacking. So, what should or shouldn't be cut back in the autumn?...and why? Read more.
New Products at Sky!
Leaf collectors, EarthBoxes™, Planters' Pride® Fiber Grow pots, Dekorra Artificial Rocks, Wolf Garten Handles, and Bonide Repels-All. Read more.
Winter Garden Protection, Or
"We can't possibly have another winter like last year, can we? Because if we do, I'm moving to Tahiti."
Every once in a while winter tries to smack us in the face. Before this happens, there are some simple things we can do to give our plants the best chance for survival. Read more.
Sky Stories: An Invitation
Because you, our customers, are so vital to our identity and our business, we would like to invite you to send in stories, memories, even photographs of your visits to Sky Nursery over the years. Read more.
Water, Water Everywhere
Water is the lifeblood of our gardens, and most gardeners regard it like liquid gold. It is also the most misused and misunderstood commodity in the garden. Read more.
Worm Bins 101
This year more and more people are interested in having a worm bin. Red worms, Eisenia fetida, turn food waste into vermicompost, a healthy addition to your garden. Read more.
Soil Amendments and Mulches
What's a soil amendment? What's a mulch? Which do you need, and why? Read more.
Ch Ch Ch Ch Changes...
As you may have noticed, there is something distinctly different at Sky Nursery. For some time now we have been hinting about, even trying to describe, the impending changes...Read more.
Winterizing Your Garden for Wildlife
It's a cold, slate grey winter day with a warm fire burning in your fireplace, a cup of hot tea and plate of cookies by your chair,...Read more.
Fall Crafts from your Garden
Sometimes the simplest way of dressing up the indoors is a small donation from the garden. Fall is an ideal time for gathering supplies...Read more.
Bio-degradable Containers Have Arrived At Sky!
Sky Nursery has been in the forefront of providing our customers with natural and organic choices in fertilizers, disease and insect control, seeds and live goods for years. Read more.
Enjoying Fall's Abundance...Later
With food prices going up, saving fall's overabundance to enjoy through the winter becomes more important. Read more.
Make a Date with Mom for Mother's Day
The best gift you can give a loved one is quality time... and for a garden-lover, a garden tour or sale is the finest quality time there is! Read more.
The Gardener's Bookshelf
Stand in the book section at Sky Nursery and it is easy to get overwhelmed. You can find books on almost any gardening subject. Read more.
Mother's Day Gift Ideas
Mother, May I?
...Mother, Mama, Mom, or Mommy. Whatever you call her, there is a strong bond between that parent and you. And to honor and remember mothers, the second Sunday in May is celebrated as Mother's Day. Read more.
What You can Do In Your Own Backyard: Read more.
The Gardener's Answer Store
When you come to Sky Nursery, ... a Sky employee helps you find a solution to your dilemma... This is not an accident. Read more.
Sky's Junior Gardeners
The Junior Gardeners Club at Sky was created in October 2005 at the request of some young, enthusiastic gardeners looking for some answers to their gardening questions. Read more.
The Magic of Hummingbirds
Why is it that the world's smallest bird can give us such a big thrill? Read
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