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2904, 2016

Soil for Container Gardening

By |April 29th, 2016|Planting Help, Plants & Flowers, Rohr's Nursery News|Comments Off on Soil for Container Gardening

Looking for a great soil for container gardening?  The Baccto Veggie Mix is what you need!

BACCTO® Veggie Mix features a natural organic fertilizer in a blend of natural dark, rich, reed sedge peat and dense, brown, fibrous sphagnum peat moss.

A naturally natural blend of organic matter components – no inorganic additives
Natural water holding capacity allows […]

2704, 2016

Step 2: Weed & Feed

By |April 27th, 2016|Landscaping, Lawn Maintenance & Care|Comments Off on Step 2: Weed & Feed

Do you follow the 4-step lawn program? If so, it’s time to apply Step 2 Weed & Feed.

Step 2 of the fertilization program is a weed & feed that contains fertilizer and a broadleaf weed control.

It is used in the control of dandelions and other listed broadleaf weeds.
It should be applied in late spring, no […]

1604, 2016

Perennial of the week – Digiplexis

By |April 16th, 2016|Plants & Flowers|Comments Off on Perennial of the week – Digiplexis



The Digiplexis is a new hybrid crossed between a Digitalis and an Isoplexis.  It is a fast growing, tender perennial that blooms late Spring till the first frost.  The Digiplexis takes full sun to part shade and grows to a height of about 22″-28″.

It is able to be dug up and stored indoors for replanting […]

2809, 2015

Preparing Perennial Beds for Winter

By |September 28th, 2015|Plants & Flowers|Comments Off on Preparing Perennial Beds for Winter

1. In the late fall, after the first frost, cut back any flowering perennials.  Be sure to leave a small amount 1 to 3 inches above the soil line.

2. Making sure your perennials stay well watered until the ground freezes is important to successful wintering. Often we go through several dry weeks in late October. […]

1008, 2015

Dog Days of Summer Sale

By |August 10th, 2015|Rohr's Events|Comments Off on Dog Days of Summer Sale

Stop by on Saturday, 8/15 and Sunday, 8/16 for our “Dog Days of Summer” Sale!

The Stark County Humane Society will be here on Saturday, 8/15 from 11:00 – 3:00 with animals up for adoption!!  Come visit with a furry friend.

Some of our sales include:

All Gift Items 20% off
Pottery quantity sales (excludes Talavera Pottery)
All Tropicals, Clematis, […]

1407, 2015

Crown Vetch

By |July 14th, 2015|Landscaping, Lawn Maintenance & Care|Comments Off on Crown Vetch

A ground cover that is typically used as an erosion control and roadside plantings

Best time to plant:

Spring, Summer, Late Fall

Do not plant early fall (fall planting should be after October 15th so the seed will remain dormant until spring)

Apply lime to the area

A pH of 6.5-7.0 is preferred

If in doubt about your lawn’s pH level, […]

2306, 2015

Algae Control

By |June 23rd, 2015|Pond Maintenance|Comments Off on Algae Control

Do you have algae in your pond? Here are a few tips to help.

Try to maintain proper balance between fish and plants

• 1 oxygenator plant (ie: anacharis) for ever 2 sq ft of surface area
• 1 floater plant (ie: water hyacinth) for every 10 sq ft of surface area
• Marginal plants (ie: cattail) surround […]

806, 2015

Annual Bonsai Seminar

By |June 8th, 2015|Rohr's Events|Comments Off on Annual Bonsai Seminar

This Father’s Day Weekend at our Portage location, we will be hosting our Annual Bonsai Seminar. The seminar will be Saturday and Sunday (6/20 & 6/21) from 10:00a – 5:00p.

Members from the Akron/Canton Bonsai Society will be here displaying their own specimens and also preforming a demonstration, transforming shrubs from our nursery stock into […]

606, 2015

Jack’s Classic Petunia FeED

By |June 6th, 2015|Planting Help, Plants & Flowers|Comments Off on Jack’s Classic Petunia FeED

Jack’s Classic® Petunia FeED was originally developed for the professional grower. Designed for plants that are inefficient when taking up iron up from their root zone, this special formulation provides essential amounts of Iron (Fe) needed for consistent plant growth. Jack’s Classic Petunia FeED contains an enhanced micronutrient package that includes 3 forms of iron […]

106, 2015

Getting Your Pond Ready

By |June 1st, 2015|Pond Maintenance, Rohr's Nursery News|Comments Off on Getting Your Pond Ready

Follow these simple steps to get your pond ready for the season:

Clean out any existing debris in and around pond. There are several ways to do this:
a. rent a pond vaccuum
b. use a net to retrieve and remove debris