Best Plants For A Hanging Basket

March 03, 2019

A hanging basket can brighten up your front porch, patio or any other location in your garden for that matter.  It allows you to mix some of your favorite plants together and with each growing...
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Fire Up Your Garden With Euphorbia tirucalli

February 25, 2019

Over the last few weeks as I walk and drive around I keep seeing these spectacular fiery red-orange succulent plants. This plant is called Euphoria tirucalli and is also known as Fire Sticks or Red...
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Sensational Sunflowers

February 17, 2019

Every time we attend a Flower & Garden Show people are always asking us about Sunflowers.  Sunflowers are one of the easiest flowers to grow from seed and they are a favorite with kids as...
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Get Creative By Growing These Valentines

February 11, 2019

On Valentine’s Day, it’s tradition to treat the ones we love to flowers. The most popular choice, of course, is Roses but what if it could be Valentine’s Day in your garden every...
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Hot New Perennials

February 03, 2019

If you are thinking of adding some perennials to your garden this year, we wanted to share with you some new varieties that might be great additions to your yard. Many of these varieties were...
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Honeysuckle, A Native Vine

January 26, 2019

There are about 20 honeysuckles that are native to the US, with most of them being found mainly in the Eastern portion of the country.  Honeysuckle is a hardy plant that is a twining vine or...
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New Plants Introductions For 2019

January 20, 2019

Winter is the time of year we find ourselves imagining what we are going to do in our garden this spring.  We have attended a few trade shows and gone through our catalogs and come up with our...
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Add Some Coral Florals

January 12, 2019

According to Pantone “Living Coral” the color of the year for 2019, “embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting...
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