Whether you garden in the Berkshires, eastern New York, or northwestern Connecticut, Ward’s is your complete lawn & garden resource. Open Daily - 8am - 5:30pm. Holiday Hours: Christmas Eve, Dec. 24- 8am-4pm; CLOSED Christmas Day, Dec. 25. Open 8am-5pm on Dec. 26. Starting Dec. 27, open 9am-5pm.
No Tree? Decorate a Wreath!
This works with a Fresh or Artificial Wreath. Choose a size. 10” or 12” wreaths are good for a door. If hanging on a wall or chimney, don’t let it look too small or overwhelm its location. To coordinate. Start with your Bow or choose Ribbon that pulls your other elements together and make the […]
Of course, bows are great too! Think of ribbon as a decorative string or as elongated fabric. Use as tree Garland – either vertical stripes or weaving back and forth. It draws the eye from one ornament (or element) to another. Twist through wreaths, roping and swags for a personal touch. Use to hang ornaments […]
You’ve decided to purchase a live tree that you can enjoy this Christmas and then outside for years to come. Printable PDF Version of this Post It’s a wonderful idea but there are some points to consider: What kind of tree? Will it grow well on your property? Potted evergreens may be small this year, […]
Florists have been using these quick-dry floral paints for decades Metallic paints of Gold, Silver, and Copper are ideal for holiday decorating. Fall pumpkins, corn, squash, gourds, pine cones, etc., when sprayed gold, make a pretty transition to Christmas. Collect mismatched pots, vases, boxes, or ornaments and then spray with copper for Thanksgiving, gold for […]
AROUND THE GARDEN IN OCTOBER – While raking leaves this fall, consider all your plantings around the home. Fall is a great time for moving and removing perennials and shrubs as well as planting new! First when it comes to raking: rake leaves off lawn as regularly as possible. Raking is great exercise, makes less […]
Garlic can add a light sweetness or a strong bite Pick up 2 to 4 to 10 bulbs of garlic. (Can you ever have too much?) You will break these apart into their individual cloves right before planting. Each bulb will have 10 to 15 cloves. Each clove will form a new bulb by next […]
How often have you decided you loved the look of that little mini-tree in the perennial bed only to discover it overwhelmed the phlox, obscured the clematis and practically swallowed the dog within 2 years time? It’s tricky to give your plant the space it needs to grow and still balance the size of all […]
Join us Saturday May 20th from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Ward’s Nursery & Garden Center has been operating at this location for 60 years! Bring the kids for Free Face-painting and balloons. Take some time to tour our Garden Center and visit with experts to learn what you can do to make your gardens […]