Entries by Paul Swartz Nursery

Prune to Promote Blooms on Roses

In general, most roses should be pruned in early spring (just after the last hard frost) before new growth emerges.  This ensures that the plant will have healthy blooms throughout the season.  Fresh mulch helps to minimize weeds, helps with soil moisture, and adds essential nutrients.  Keep mulch a few inches away from the base […]

Another New Favorite

Endless Summer BloomStruck Bigleaf Hydrangea Bloomstruck lives up to the promise of Endless Blooms and then some. The intense rose-pink, violet or blue flower heads average 3.5 – 5″ across and rebloom on old and new wood.  Striking red-purple stems with a glossy dark green leaf make this plant’s presence known in your landscaping.  Flowers […]

Fall Is A Great Time To Plant And The Colors Are Beautiful!

Fall is a great time to plant. Days are shorter, the ground is generally moist, stress on plants is less, and the amount of time you need to water your new plants is reduced. Substantial root growth will occur in late fall, so even if leaves have fallen off of the trees and shrubs, roots […]

Meet the new President of the WNLA

VERY PROUD! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 3, 2016 Ross Swartz Elected President of the Wisconsin Nursery and Landscape Association Ross Swartz, owner of Paul Swartz Nursery, located near Wilmot, WI was recently elected President of the Wisconsin Nursery and Landscape Association (WNLA). Elections were held at a recent WNLA General Membership Meeting.  Mr. Swartz will […]