2016 Ottsville Fall Festival and Season Finale Oct 22

2016 Ottsville Fall Festival and Season Finale October 22, 2016 Live Musical Entertainment provided by Thomas Johnston Jerry Fritz is  pleased to be hosting the Fall Festival on October 22nd in the stone barn at his retail nursery. Linden Hill Gardens is glad to provide a venue for these talented and hardworking artisans who take great pride in offering one-of-kind […]

Bring Your Patio to Life

Posted by on Aug 11, 2016 in Garden Advice, Garden Design | No Comments

Many of you who have visited Linden Hill this year have noticed that Jerry recently expanded one of our most popular garden features: the living patio. The rest of you may be wondering “What’s a living patio?”. A combination of large stone slabs and gorgeous ground-hugging plants, the living patio is a concept that Jerry […]

Midsummer Magic at Linden Hill

Don’t let the scorching weather we’ve been having stop you from enjoying your garden this summer. Early mornings and evenings are great times to do a bit of maintenance. If your catmints (Nepeta), hardy geraniums, and perennial salvias are sprawling, for instance, cut them back to within a few inches of the ground and give […]

David Benner Moss & WIldflower Tour Schedule Just Released

Sign up early to ensure a space on one of David Benner’s popular home garden tours See our good friend, Dave on Saturday, April 9th at Linden Hill Gardens where he will be answering your gardening questions and also offering his own plants for sale (cash or check only please). Moss & Wildflower Garden Tour  […]

Time for some Holiday Cheer!

Posted by on Nov 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | No Comments

‘Tis the season! Festival Holiday Decorating with Natural Gifts from Linden Hill Mixed green wreaths always add a festive touch. Ours are crafted by hand using freshly gathered boughs. These wreaths will add beauty and spirit to a front entrance or foyer at your home and business. We offer different combinations of materials, including fir, […]

Time for a Fall Clean Up

Posted by on Nov 12, 2015 in Garden Advice | No Comments

Fall Garden Chores and Hints Cutting back perennials is important for plant health, pest prevention and general garden maintenance at the end of the growing season. Cutting back now while the weather is still warm will give your garden a head start come spring.   Moles and mice love to nest under and in plant […]

Let’s Get Back to the Garden…

Let’s Get Back to the Garden….. Summer vacations have ended and cooler temperatures will soon return. Now is the perfect time to add some new additions to the garden, the anticipated fall rain will soak the roots, and mild weather will allow the plants to become established before the cold frost to come. Hydrangeas add […]

Summertime Garden “To-Do” List

Posted by on Aug 5, 2015 in Garden Advice | No Comments

Summertime Garden “To-Do” List The dog days of summer have arrived, this is the time when your garden needs you most. Watering is important and should be done slow and long. What does this mean? A long, slow soaking in the early morning is much more beneficial to your garden than a quick shower of […]

Mid Summer Garden Concerns

Posted by on Jul 1, 2015 in Garden Advice | No Comments

Mid Summer Garden Concerns Come midsummer the garden is now in full flush and with adequate water and moderate heat plants, for the most part, are flourishing. There are several issues which may be causing problems to your plants at this point. Here is how we address some of the common issues we see here at […]

Drought Tolerant Plants for the Garden

Posted by on May 18, 2015 in Garden Advice | No Comments

Drought Tolerant Plants for the Garden The Northeast has been experiencing much dryer conditions than normal. This is extremely problematic for both new plantings as well as older, established gardens. Even with some rain in the  forecast this week, we are still at a deficit overall, and the coming summer is bound to be rough. […]