Turn your home into a festive gathering place or relaxing retreat from the world outside this holiday season with plants. From Camellias to Boxwoods to Living Christmas Trees to Pansies to Iceland Poppies to Grevillea to Roses to Edible Vegetables, there are countless ways to make your home just what you want it to be.
If you’re ready for a Living Christmas Tree, ours arrive this week. Colorado Blue Spruce, Alberta Spruce, and Rosemary will be available for a limited time so hurry in for the best selection.
And if you’re looking for something fun and different, how about decorating this stunning Bearss Lime that is loaded with limes for the holidays! It’s sure to be quite the conversation piece! Our Garden Design Experts Steve, Miguel, and CJ will be happy to help you select the proper soil and container for planting this beautiful specimen. And just think, you’ll have limes for throughout the holiday season for squeezing into beverages and recipes.
We also have a great selection of trees, Boxwoods, Junipers, and Cypress that can be easily decorated for the holidays. Plant them in containers and spread them around your pathways, entrances, patios, and porches. Or use one as a focal point.
Anyone wishing to grow their own vegetables can do so now as cool-season veggies are here. Plant Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Beets, Chard, Spinach, Peas, Lettuce, Onions, Kale, and Artichokes now.
We’ve just received a large delivery of robust Camellias loaded with blooms and buds! With a shiny waxy dark green foliage, these beautiful bloomers enhance any landscape.
(Above) The Yuletide Camellia adds an abundance of red to the holiday season. Plant one now.
(Below) Violas are just one of the bedding plants that will turn your garden into a sweet bed of color.
Other cool-season plants with vibrant color include Pansies, Stock, Snapdragons, Iceland Poppies, Primroses, and Sweet Peas.
(Below) We also have bulbs — Daffodils, Narcissus, Freesia, Ranunculus, Amaryllis, Tulips. Plant them now for a spring bloom.
See you at the Garden Center!