National Rescue Day

By our local pet expert, Lauren Barbo, Certified Veterinary Technician May 20th is National Rescue Dog Day! This holiday is observed to bring awareness to the countless number of dogs that need a second chance at a forever home. Deciding to adopt a furry best friend is a life changing journey and there are many… Read More »

Tick Troubles

It’s tick season and time to be aware of the potential contact we may have with deer ticks. The height of tick season is upon us–and knowledge is power. The more you know about their habitats and ways to prevent bites, the more you can protect yourself and your loved ones. Tick Habitat Ticks prefer… Read More »

8 Bug Repelling Plants

Bug out over these 8 bug repelling plants to keep those pesky insects away this season. 1. Lemon Grass       An Herb that grows up to four feet tall and three feet wide and contains citronella, a natural oil that mosquitoes cannot stand. Lemongrass is also often used to cook for flavor. Any plant carrying… Read More »

Early Spring Tips for Your Lawn & Garden

Spring is finally here, which means it’s time to trade in the snow shovel for the pruning shears!  But these early spring weeks, particularly on Cape Cod, has a way of surprising us.  A bright 60-degree day can mysteriously be followed by a pop-up snowstorm with freezing temps.  With that in mind, there are still… Read More »

Everything Your New Flock Needs

Newly hatched chicks arrive annually at Agway of Cape Cod in Orleans and Dennis locations each spring. They are typically available from the first week of March through the end of May.  If you’re thinking of starting your own flock, first, congratulations!  Raising chickens can be a rewarding experience on many levels! There’s lots to… Read More »

Pet Dental Health Tips

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, affects more than 80% of pet cats and dogs. Fortunately, the most common forms of these diseases are largely preventable or treatable with appropriate preventive dental care and monitoring. In honor of Pet Dental Health month here are 4 tips to keep your four-legged companions happy and healthy…. Read More »

Fairy Gardens

By David, the Agway Fairy Gardening Expert…. Fairy Gardening History:  Did you know that Fairy Gardening first began as bonsai dish gardens and gained its popularity in the US at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1891? The lore of tiny fairies, pixies and spirits has touched every culture in the world dating back many centuries…. Read More »

Grow all year with house plants

The days are short and the temperatures are cool, but don’t hang up your green thumb now!  Houseplants can completely transform and light up your interior spaces, especially in the winter. Come see our expanded collection of house plants in our greenhouses today.  A few tips for keeping your house plants healthy this season… 1…. Read More »

Winter Birding on Cape Cod

The winter weather has finally arrived, and with it has come more challenges for the wild birds on Cape Cod. To make sure that your feathered friends are not left out in the cold this season, there are three main birding aspects to address. Like all other animals, food, shelter, and water are essential to… Read More »

Christmas Trees at Agway

The Christmas Tree is the focal point of your holiday ensemble and for almost 30 years we’ve prided ourselves on carrying the highest quality, most beautiful trees.  Each November, our garden centers transform into a sea of evergreen, with thousands of trees to choose from. We stock the most popular varieties, including Fraser Fir, Balsam… Read More »