Obviously if you are here you are a blog-reader. Or at least curious about blogs. You likely appreciate other points of view and new information. Of course you can find that here. But we think of this as a business blog as much as a plant blog. If you are the type to get your […]

We grow perennials. We hope you plant perennials. We hope you have a perennial garden to clean up. We know! It’s a little late for this now.  (We also know there are tons of blog posts and articles and more articles out there about this topic, you can even pledge to be a lazy gardener, but […]

Spring is here and business is ramping up. And we have greenhouses full of Carex of all types. If you know us, and know James, we have a thing for Carex. Generally we have nothing but good things to say about sedges. We want to talk them up because they are underused in the landscape, […]

Fragrance is a magical attribute. ~ Carolyn Summers Designing Gardens with Flora of the American East Native plants delight the eye, enhance our environment and provide for the local fauna ensuring, with careful attention to the soil, a healthy and enhanced ecosystem. While we are planting for the butterflies and bees and ants and birds, let […]

With spring planting and fundraising plant sale season just around the corner we feel it is necessary to make an announcement. The good news is our business is growing by leaps and bounds. We have added greenhouses and inventory and trial gardens and employees and new species. The bad news is that we have to […]

In the native plant world that we here at New Moon are a part of, we sometimes engage in conversations with folks wondering what is so great about native plants? Why would a person, when there is a global selection of horticultural wonders available at any number of locations, choose to plant the same old […]

We are in the nursery business. We are here to sell you plants. We all know that to be the case. So why in the world would we describe any perennial in our plant catalog as “short-lived”? Who wants to spend hard-earned money on short-lived perennials? Who wants to tell a client the perennials they […]