Feasterville, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/13/2018 -- As the trusted garden store in Bucks County, Leck's Greenhouses offer a range of landscaping and gardening products, from perennials and annuals, to soils, plant fertilizer, and more. Now, the company is offering tips on how gardeners can stay busy and inspired during the winter months.
Although the winter is typically referred to as the "offseason" for gardening, there's actually plenty to see and do for the horticulturally-inclined. For example, by doing research, like reading through seed catalogs, or studying new plant varieties, gardeners can prepare for their next gardening project. By drawing a blueprint of their garden, they can plan its layout and even mark where plants and other crops will be located.
Additionally, by adding some house plants, like ferns, african violets, or citrus plants, gardeners can be provided with vibrancy and color inside their homes. Other plant species perfect for growing indoors during winter are succulents, cacti, and even certain varieties of orchids.
While it may not be a glamorous or exciting job, cleaning one's gardening tools, like shovels, clippers, forks, trowels, and other gear is necessary and critical. Consider giving tools not only a thorough cleaning, but oiling them as well to keep them functioning properly.
Visiting a nursery is another way that gardeners can turn their winter blues into greens this season. In fact, a visit to a local nursery can be a source of inspiration for many gardeners to get motivated for a new outdoor project when spring arrives.
For more information about their garden center in Bucks County, or any of their other products and services, please call Leck's Greenhouses at 215-664-8648 or visit https://www.lecksgreenhouses.com/ today.
About Leck's Greenhouses
Since 1941, Leck's Greenhouses has been providing the local community with high-quality plants and gardening supplies to help customers grow beautiful lawns and gardens. As a family owned and operated greenhouse & garden center, customers can count on their staff to help them choose the right products for any project. With a commitment to helping guide customers through the process of planting a garden, it's clear that the experienced staff at Leck's is invested in the success of each of their customers.
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