Decorating your winter window box

Brought to you by our friends at Proven Winners, here’s a great tutorial on how to arrange your winter planters! Please visit us to find all the fresh (and life-like!) greens, decorative berries, twigs, and sprays to make your outdoor presentation festive this holiday season! While our assortment of greens may vary from the video, you can easily find cedar, firs, white pine and much more!

Winchester Farmstand Now Open!

Don’t miss our Winchester farmstand’s fresh makeover! Stop in to find local fruits and veggies, an incredible selection of Stonewall Kitchen products, and more!

Fall Annuals Are Here!

With the summer coming to a close, we yearn for warm colors and rich textures around the home. Refresh your outdoors too! Update your annual beds, container gardens or window boxes with the palette of autumn. Choose from a great selection of cold-tolerant mums, cabbage, kale, grasses and premium annuals to take you through the fall season.

Now in: Perennial Hibiscus

Even if you’ve never gardened before, you’ve probably heard the name Hibiscus. It’s the iconic flower of the tropics with its image splashed across Hawaiian print shirts and beach blankets everywhere. What many people don’t realize is that the name Hibiscus is used to describe many different kinds of flowers, some of which thrive in heat of the south and others which are hardy all the way north to Minnesota. Some types are grown as houseplants, while others are hardy perennials or shrubs. In this article, let’s look at perennial Hibiscus, commonly known as Rose Mallow. Look out for varieties in our stores throughout the season like:

Proven Winners Ballet Slippers
Proven Winners Berry Awesome
Brandy Punch
Cherry Coco Latte
Cinnamon Grappa
Proven Winners Cranberry Crush
Dark Mystery
Proven Winners Evening Rose
Proven Winners Holy Grail
Luna Red
Midnight Marvel
Peppermint Schnapps
Proven Winners Perfect Storm
Pinot Grigio
Proven Winners Starry Night
Summer Carnival
Summer in Paradise
*Please note supplies and selection will vary at each location


Water, water and more water
The most important thing rose mallow needs to survive is water, and lots of it. Some of the native species can actually grow IN water. Plant yours in a spot that can easily be watered on a regular basis. Whether your soil consists of clay, sand or something in between, do not let this plant wilt and dry out. You’ll know it is not getting enough water if it becomes scraggly looking and drops its lower leaves and flower buds.

Give me some elbow room
Rose mallow is a large perennial that takes up a lot of room. Even varieties that are considered “dwarf” grow at least three feet tall and wide, with standard-sized rose mallow growing 4-6 feet tall and wide. Find a place in your landscape where it will not be crowded by other plants, because it will quickly outcompete your other perennials for space.

Bring on the sun
The best place to plant a rose mallow is somewhere the sun shines all day long. It loves hot, humid, sunny weather and shows its best colors in full sun. You’ll have more flowers too. If your only option is a spot in part shade, rose mallow will grow there but fewer flowers will be produced and varieties with purple foliage will appear more green.

Video Look: What’s In Store June 12, 2020

We’re entering summer mode here at Mahoney’s! Our greenhouses are replenished with lush, foliage houseplants and beautiful annual color. Our perennial yards are in bloom with summer favorites and every store has a fantastic American Beauties Native Plants display so you can shop pollinator-friendly varieties! We’ve just received a shipment of summer-blooming Volcano Phlox, and fresh trees + shrubs for the weekend!

What’s New: Foliage Houseplants

We’ve refreshed our foliage houseplant inventory for the summer! Stop in to see all that’s new in our stores to spruce up your interiors. Each week we’re loading up with tabletop and floor sizes, plus unique and fun hanging baskets! Please note, supplies and selection will vary at each Mahoney’s location.

Video Look: What’s In Store June 6, 2020

June is here and it feels like summer! We’ve received fresh flowering mandevilla and hibiscus to make your patio feel like a tropical oasis! Pair with our beautiful ceramic glazed pottery! Hydrangeas are in bud and bloom, perennials are arriving weekly and our roses look fantastic! Stop in to see all that’s new!