Beavercreek Garden Center:
Closed for Season
2074 Beaver Valley Rd
Beavercreek, Ohio 45434
Ph: (937) 427-4110
Wholesale: (937) 426-5729

Centerville Garden Center:
Tues-Sat: – 9am-5pm
Closed Sun-Mon through March
6000 Far Hills Ave
Centerville, Ohio 45459
Ph: (937) 434-1326
Landscape: (937) 274-1154

Prepare Your Landscape for Spring

It is never too early to think about your spring landscaping. Taking heed of a few simple tips this winter can help you make the most of the warmer spring temperatures when they come. Prepare for your spring landscaping by taking these steps.. …Read More.

Winter interest for your landscape

The beautiful foliage displays of fall can make winter season feel like a bit of a letdown. Winter does not need to be a boring time in the garden. The changing season gives you a chance to enjoy the details in your landscape that you otherwise might miss – the shape and color of a shrub, the delicate variegation on an evergreen, or birds darting around newly defoliated branches.
If your landscape has got the winter “blahs”, just a little attention in one of these areas can bring plenty of interest to this coldest season.

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Siebenthaler Staff Favorite

Todd from Beavercreek Office
-Bronx Forsythia

We at Siebenthalers have some of the top Plant Experts in the Miami Valley. Every month we’ll have a different Expert tell you about their favorite plants.  Through this post we hope to introduce you to some interesting seasonal plants that you may not know about. …Read More.

Project Profiles

From Derelict to Dramatic by Bill Peters

Jamie called and indicated that he and his family had just purchased the home where he spent many days in his growing up years. He stressed his love for the home and the property, but the landscape, and outdoor patio area, although it had wonderful design elements, had fallen into a state of disrepair.

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Nursery News

Benefits of Fertilizing with Manure

 

Fertilizing fields is a must for farms or nurseries looking to increase crop yields and improve soil health. For centuries, we have relied on manure as a natural fertilizer, and it’s still a great option today. Not only is it a renewable resource, but it also provides essential nutrients and helps the environment. Let’s take a closer look at why field fertilizing with manure is so important.. …Read More.