Planting Perennials This Season? Check Out These Helpful Tips from Waterman’s Greenhouse

Home & Garden, Lifestyle


Written by SOB Creative

Published on July 26, 2021

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Photo courtesy of Waterman’s Greenhouse

Would you describe yourself as “having a green thumb?” Is your home decked out with a fabulous front or backyard garden? Do hanging baskets make your heart sing? 

If you answered yes to any (or all) of these questions, then you’ll absolutely love Waterman’s Greenhouse.

Located in East Concord, New York, Waterman’s Greenhouse has been providing the highest quality annuals, perennials, topsoil, and all things gardening to their customers for over 25 years. The family-owned and operated garden center is open from April to October, and is jam-packed with an abundance of diverse plants and unique products that any plant-lover will enjoy. 


Photo courtesy of Waterman’s Greenhouse

Whether you’re looking for locally-grown plants, specific seeds, fertilizer, fun pottery or just some mulch to get your next gardening project done, you can count on Waterman’s Greenhouse to have what you’re looking for.

As the summer months are now in full swing, it’s a great time to take a look at your home garden and fill in any bare spots. Waterman’s Greenhouse wants to bring your vision to life this season— and with over 5,000 perennials and shrubs to choose from and 30+ years of industry experience, their friendly staff is uniquely qualified to help.


Photo courtesy of Waterman’s Greenhouse

But first, here are a few important tips to keep in mind while selecting, placing, and planting your perennials this year:

1. The Amount of Sun the Area Gets

When selecting your favorite perennials for your home garden, think about the area that you intend to plant them in. How much sun does it get? Is it morning or afternoon sun? Both of these questions are important to know the answers to, since natural sunlight is crucial to keeping plants healthy. Too much sun or too little sun will result in poor plant growth, depending on the plant’s preference.

2. Plant Height

Whether you’re mapping out a garden for the first time or just want to spruce things up around your existing space, checking plant height before committing is helpful, too. The taller the plant the further back it should be placed, not only for aesthetics, but also so you aren’t blocking plants in the rest of your garden.

3. Unexpected “Visitors”

Pollinators like honeybees, butterflies, and hummingbirds are attracted to many perennials like Bee Balm, Cone Flowers and Russian Sage. If you choose to plant these perennials in your yard, it’s important to keep in mind that they’ll attract these amazing creatures. This isn’t a bad thing— you’re helping a vital part of our ecosystem thrive!


Photo courtesy of Waterman’s Greenhouse

Stock Up at the Greenhouse Today

Whether you’re an experienced home gardener or are just getting started in the world of gardening, Waterman’s Greenhouse is your destination for everything you’ll need to get started.

Be sure to give Waterman’s Greenhouse a follow on Instagram and Facebook, and chat with their helpful staff in the garden center for more planting tips. Customers are always welcome to call or stop in to ask questions. 

Waterman’s Greenhouse also has an online store for shopping and curbside pickup orders. Happy planting!

Waterman’s Greenhouse

12317 Vaughn Street

This article is a paid promotion by one of our advertisers. With these paid articles our goal is to share valuable information with our readers that we think you’ll find useful and interesting.

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