June Gardening Your garden should be in full bloom now but don’t put your green thumb away just yet. Your plants always need tender loving care and now that it’s June there is another set of tasks to check off your to-do list. Quick Checklist: Monitor the growth in your vegetable garden. Add more soil… Read More »
Tips for Staying Tick Aware They’re tiny in size, but massive in numbers and potential for harm. Ticks. Cape Cod is home to a sizable population and with that population comes increased incidences of Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. As we enter tick season, here are a few recommendations for keeping you, your families and… Read More »
To our loyal customers: A month ago, our family never could have fathomed what our business, employees, and community is currently going through. We realize that most other businesses like ours, both on and off-Cape are still operating “business as usual”, with added safety precautions. Many are asking why we made the move to not… Read More »
Spring has finally sprung, which means it’s time to trade in the snow shovel for the pruning shears! But April, 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 plenty of tasks… Read More »
Get the gifts that Dad has been hinting at! We have great gift ideas from portable fire pits and tools to coolers and outdoor apparel. Click the image to download our special Father’s Day Flyer. Shop online using our flyer, click the images to go to the product pages on our website.
Some of your favorite herbs and vegetables take a long time to grow, so you need to start growing your seeds indoors while it is still cold outside. Below is a list of seeds to start indoors. Ready, Set, Start your Lawn It’s been a mild winter and it’s time to start to prepping our… Read More »
Shop local for Mom at Agway! Our Moms have all different hobbies and we’re here to help support them. Whether your mom enjoys gardening, watching the birds and hummingbirds, listening to chimes or sitting by the fire, we have something for everyone.
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 »
Curious how essential oils can help your pet with digestion issues, anxiety and fleas & ticks? Come to one of our drop-in sessions and take advantage of Nancy Bishop’s 30 years experience in the Veterinary field. Ask her your questions about taking a holistic approach to your pet’s health. Join Us at our Q&A sessions,… Read More »
There’s no house plant more synonymous with the Christmas season than the poinsettia. Their stunning foliage ranges from traditional red and white to pink, salmon, green, burgundy and even beautiful, marbled varieties. Much like your live tree, they need proper care to keep them thriving throughout the holiday season. Here are some simple tips for… Read More »