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Holidays Greens Have Arrived!

The first shipment of our winter greens have arrived. We carry a variety of sizes of wreaths, offer custom-sut roping and a wide variety of cut greens for arrangements, as well as all the decorations for those beaufitul creations! Keep an eye on our social media pages (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) for when the evergreen reindeer make their arrival!   Our home-grown poinsettias are beginnign to change color and are ready to decorate your home for the season. Stop by and see us soon!  

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Planning Ahead for Spring

As the weather cools off and fall begins, the last thing you have on your mind is next spring. It is the time, however, to start planning ahead for your spring garden.  Now is your chance to shorten your winter by planting early spring bulbs.  Towards the end of winter, everyone is ready for a little bit of color.  And as you see those first bits of green pop through the soil, it's a sign of warmer weather to come.  Taking the time now to plant bulbs like crocus, snowdrops, wolf's bane and hyacinths will give you an early spring.  Another favorite early spring bulb is scilla, the tiny blue flower that spreads and looks like a groundcover.  Each spring we...

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Mums the Word.

As the summer winds down and kids go back to school, our gardens begin to go back to mums.  Planting everyone’s favorite fall flower goes hand in hand with buying school supplies. Along with beautiful mums, asters, kale, cabbage and rudbeckia are in their full glory this time of year. There’s lots left to plant and enjoy.   Mums are a beautiful perennial that you can use in your garden or containers. Mixing together varieties of early and late blooming mums gives you loads of color the whole season long.  They also coordinate well with the other fall favorites.   Cabbage and kale come in many varieties to accent your planters this time of year.  They come in different shades of green and purple, and in many different foliage...

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Hummingbird Haven

Hummingbirds are great little birds to watch zip about your yard.  The secret to attracting these little guys to your yard comes down to food.  Not only can you use hummingbird feeders to attract hummingbirds, but what flowers you have in your garden can draw them to your yard, too. Hummingbirds look for certain qualities in flowers.  While they are attracted to blooms of all colors, they particularly like red flowers.  They also like flowers that have a tubular shape that they can stick their nose into.  Any sweet smelling flower will also attract them.  It’s best to plant flowers in your garden that bloom at different times throughout the season, to continually provide food for the little hummers. Here...

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