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New Albany Garden Center

New Albany Garden Center

5211 Johnstown Road New Albany, OH 43054 | p: 614-917-1020 | f: 614-917-1023
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Happy Holidays from Oakland Nursery, New Albany

Snowy still-life winter snow decorationAs the holidays draw near, there is still plenty of work to do outside. There is raking to finish, pruning and transplanting to be done, vegetable gardens to mulch for the spring and trees and shrubs to plant. Speaking of planting, Oakland still has great inventory on many trees and shrubs, most at up to 50% off.

But soon the whisper of holidays to-do’s will take over, and there will be boxes to pull out, lights to put up and trimmings to hang. Oakland Nursery is also busy getting ready to provide our loyal customers with all their holiday needs. We have live and fresh cut evergreen trees, greens, wreaths, and our greenhouse is full of poinsettias, custom potted greens arrangements and other holiday greenery.

Be sure to stop in our gift shop for really unique gifts and holiday accents for the home, then stroll next door to Oakland’s Inside Out home store for even more gift ideas. Like all the Oakland store locations, the New Albany store will feature holiday events and Santa (on weekends) after Thanksgiving. Explore our web page further for details!

Poinsettia

Red poinsettiaThe queen of holiday indoor plants is the Poinsettia, which has it’s origins as an unassuming herbaceous plant in Mexico. Through the magic of floriculture breeders, poinsettias are now available in a vast array of colors and habits. Red, of course is the traditional favorite.

When picking a poinsettia, make sure that the plant is well watered and has good color, and that the small yellow flowers in the middle of the bloom are bright and fresh.

Caring for a poinsettia is easy. Protect your plant from cold drafts and keep well watered. Your plant should hold its blooms well past New Year.

Adventurous green thumbs can try their hand at growing the poinsettia through the following year and trying to get it to bloom again next year!

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5211-B Johnstown Road New Albany, OH 43054 | p: 614-573-8648

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Holiday Business Hours

Monday – Saturday 8am - 7pm
Sunday 9am - 6pm
Christmas Eve 9am - 2pm
New Year’s Eve 9am - 1pm
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Year’s Days

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Experience the Season Events
    November 30 - December 22

     *Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides: Saturday & Sunday from noon – 4 pm November 30 & December 1, December 7, 8, & 15 while 9 am – 3 pm December 14.

    *Free Popcorn and Holiday Cookies on the weekends starting November 30.

    *Musical Entertainment from the New Albany High School Music Department:  A Capella Singers on Dec. 7 & 8; Jazz Band on Dec. 14; Strings on Dec. 15. All performances will be 1 – 2 pm.

    *Breakfast with Santa! Saturday, December 14 from 8 – 11 am. 


Late Fall Gardening To-Do’s

  • Bring in Houseplants that have summered outdoors.
  • Plant Spring bulbs. Dig up and store tender bulbs such as dahlia, cannas, gladiolas, elephant ears and caladiums.
  • Empty clean and store planters, glass rain gauges and bird feeders, and garden art.
  • Store outdoor furniture.
  • Use rose collars to mulch base of roses. Use burlap to protect susceptible plants from winter wind.
  • Store tools, hoses, rain barrels, and fountains. Winterize ponds and their equipment. Shut off faucets and insulate.
  • Take cuttings for indoor growing. (Like geraniums, tomatoes.)
  • Dig winter vegetables before the ground freezes.
  • Use mulch, leaves and cover crops to protect soil and plants.
  • Protect plants from deer damage by wrapping tree trunks and netting valuable plants.
  • Prune dead damaged or diseased branches from trees and shrubs. Leave any cutting back for late February. Leave wilted perennial growth and seed pods till spring. It protects plants. Make sure to tag plants so you know where they are.
  • Turn or use compost from pile. Keep leaves on hand to add through winter.
  • Cut grass late. Store gas powered equipment.
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