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2022 Garden Trends

Each year, industries try to predict what will be the new trends for the upcoming year. After a year of uncertainty and the unexpected occurring, this year's trends are a reflection of how our world has changed.  PANTONE  For 2022, Pantone has announced that its color of the year is Very Peri (PANTONE 17-3938). This beautiful color helps us embrace a time of transition, from a time of isolation and quarantine to a new world of possibilities and hope.  "Encompassing the qualities of the blues, yet at the same time possessing a violet-red undertone, PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri displays a spritely, joyous attitude and dynamic presence that encourages courageous creativity and imaginative expression." ( If you want to incorporate this color into your garden, you can look to annuals...

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Holiday Gift Guide

Christmas came quickly this year! Need a few last minute gifts and stocking stuffers?  Or maybe something to bring to the hostess of that holiday party? Here are a few ideas that will help you mix it up and keep your loved ones thinking of you as they enjoy their gift:  Amaryllis, Paperwhite or Hyacinth Bulb Kit: These kits come with everything you need, the bulb, the pot and the soil.  All they’ll have to do is plant it, water it and watch it grow. Measuring the growth each day makes a great project for kids during the winter months.  Cyclamen: These beautiful flowers have a great history to them with this holiday, being that they were the original Christmas flower.  In the 1950s, poinsettias became more...

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Extending the Life of Your Poinsettias

Poinsettias are a staple decoration for your home during this special time of year. The beauty is still the same as it has always been, however, the choice is now a little more difficult. While years ago, one might have only seen red and white varieties, there are now well over 1000 different varieties to choose from.   Choose from brilliant reds, pinks, whites, rich maroon, marbled and speckled colors. For a modern twist on the classics, try one called Tapestry.  This poinsettia has variegated leaves with red flowers.  Or try a new color this year, like Sparkling Punch, which is a pink poinsettia with splashes of white on the blooms.  Poinsettias are also available in a variety of sizes.  From the small 4½” pot...

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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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