Color spring pink, blue and white with hydrangeas. Our 14-inch tub hydrangeas (below) are here and limited in supply so snag yours while they last.
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Plants make beautiful Easter gifts so stop in to select yours from our amazing collection of indoor and outdoor plants. We’re open on Easter Sunday, April 4, from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. for all of you last-minute shoppers.
Stop in to select roses, see our expanded succulent and cacti selection, and all of the latest plants that have just arrived. Our vegetable and herb collection is huge and you’re sure to find just what you want.
You’ll also want to stop in no later than Wednesday to take advantage of our “Buy Four Bags, Get the 5th One Free” Bumper Crop sale. Sale ends Wednesday, March 31.
With our warmer weather, now is a great time to add bedding plants to your landscape. Easy to plant, delphinium (below) add height and color to any garden. Our bedding plant selection is always one of the best around and we have plants for sun and shade.
We’re pleased to list some local garden tours. Take a tour, support a great cause, and get ideas for your own landscape or home decor.
Scabiosa (below) sway gently with a slight breeze and are known for their beautiful blue flowers that attract butterflies. If you’d like to know which plants will attract butterflies, hummingbirds and other critters to your garden, ask Stephanie or Steve for help. Or just stroll our 2+ acres to see birds, bees and butterflies. They’re here on a daily basis.
Container planting is a great way to add a feel to your outdoor living environment. Use brightly colored pots to create a vibrant area. Dress up a patio or level garden area with a bench and daisy trees and rosemary in containers (below) so that you and your guests can wander the garden and land in a delightful space.
We have everything you need for container gardening, from the right plants to the right soils and fertilizers to the perfect selection of containers, including our new vegetable and herb beds. We’re known for our huge in-stock assortment of containers and fountains so visit today.
We’re also known for our creative displays and suggestions. We’ll even custom plant containers for you or help you mix and match containers and plants. The Flax below looks even more striking when placed into the right container.
Color and texture make a landscape design even more intriguing. Create a soothing “green” environment by planting Coleus (below) and then use other soothing green plants around it, in varying heights and sizes. Coleus also work well with bedding plants, so use your creativity to put color and texture into your garden.
Look throughout the nursery for examples of colors and textures you like and then ask Steve or Stephanie for assistance with each plant’s growing requirements to make sure the plants in your design are compatible.
Some plants prefer shade, like the Summer Sunset (below), a relative of the Star Jasmine.
For me, early spring is evocative of certain plants — Wisteria, Lilacs, Hydrangeas, and Tulip Magnolias (below).
Another plant I look forward to every spring is the Fuchsia (below), with its multicolored flowers that elegantly cascade over the side of many a hanging basket. I’ve got several in my backyard, hanging off tree limbs.
Spring is definitely here so stop in to see how you can add some new life to your garden. All of our plants are budding up and blooming, including the bedding plant Foxglove (below), so stop in to see our complete selection of roses, shrubs, vegetables and herbs, perennials, vines, succulents and cacti, and much more.