Moyer's Nursery is a destination garden center.  
Our mission is to be a responsible leader in the Massillon
Community while providing a stimulating and enjoyable
shopping experience in a garden center that is admired for
its quality service and innovation by our customers,
employees, and the nursery industry.
 
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A Gift That Grows
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Give the gift of gardening!
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Our gift certificates are available in any denomination.  
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and gardening.
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It's Summer at Moyer's!

Beautiful Hydrangeas Everywhere
The Endless Summer series was one of the first to
introduce the reblooming trait in hydrangeas. There are
three Endless Summer Hydrangeas. Blushing Bride has
pure white flowers that mature blush pink. Bloomstruck
has 5 inch deep blue flowers on strong red-purple stems.
Twist-n-Shout has blue lace cap flowers.

Limelight has large cone-shaped flowers that start out
bright white, and then darken to lime green, and
eventually to dark pink in the fall.

Bobo has the smallest plant of the long-blooming
Hydrangeas. It matures at about 4 feet. It has
cone-shaped white flowers tending to blue.

You can change the bloom color of blue hydrangeas to
pink if you apply enough lime. Lime needs to be mixed
into the soil all around the plant and then watered in.

Hydrangeas will grow in full sun or partial shade. The
old flower heads should be removed after the leaves fall
off. Cut stems back by about one third.

In addition to adding color to the landscape, hydrangeas
make excellent cut flowers and dried flowers. Pick
mature flowers and hang them upside down in a warm,
dry location. Leaves should be stripped from the stems.
Once dry they can be dyed with spray paint.

You could move your hydrangea that is too large when it
is dormant in the fall or winter. It could also be divided
into 2 or more plants.

Now is a great time to plant hydrangeas.
Stop in today and pick one out for yourself!