Michler's News: Flowers, Gardens & Design
Summer is the season for fruity homemade treats. From blueberry preserves to cherry pie, take your favorite recipes up a notch with fruit from your own backyard.
What could be more summery than a golden sunflower? These giant beauties have both aesthetic and practical uses and are native to the Americas.
The local growing season has begun, and our floral designers are filling arrangements with flowers from our favorite local growers.
If you've found the annuals and perennials of your dreams but aren't sure how to plant them, try the rule of three!
When a corner of your yard needs a little extra something, a rock garden might be a good place to start. This low-maintenance option showcases natural rock elements and creeping perennials.
It's lavender season! This year, why not make this classic herb part of your routine?
Looking for a way to brighten up your cooking? Fresh herbs are an easy go-to. With options ranging from classic to niche, Michler's has herbs for every culinary taste.
Making May Wine is so simple it is really a non-recipe. The key to achieving the aroma is to trim a small handful of Sweet Woodruff tips and let the herb clippings sit out in the sun - you will notice the dramatic change in smell as it wilts. Sweet Woodruff contains a chemical called coumarin* which has a sweet fragrance that is freed by enzymatic action during the drying process.
Celebrating the women in our life wasn't always a given. We owe our modern Mother's Day to the tireless efforts of some incredible activists.
Our new gift boxes feature thoughtfully-paired wines, cheeses, and other goodies. Perfect to send to a friend or for a quiet night at home, these curated culinary experiences are sure to delight.
The past few weeks have brought change to everyone's lives. Here's how we're adjusting our business practices at Michler's in order to keep you healthy and your green spaces growing.
It's that time of year again! Not sure whether to invest in long-lasting perennials or indulge in bright pops of annual color? For both the experienced gardener and those getting their hands dirty for the first time, creating an interplay of perennials and annuals can take your backyard paradise to the next level.