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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6 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Christmas Cactus

December 16, 2018

Recently we told you the difference between different holiday cactus, this week we are going to share our top 6 tips for taking care of your plant now and in the future.

1. Bright Natural...
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Consider Adding Corydalis To Your Garden

November 25, 2018

A year and a half ago I was introduced to this beautiful blue flower, ‘Porcelain Blue’ Corydalis, at an industry trade show. I was drawn to it the minute I saw it as the vibrant aqua...
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Camassia Quamash, A Native North American Beauty

November 10, 2018

When I first saw a field of Camassia Quamash a few years ago, I was awestruck by its striking deep violet-blue flower. In the last two years, it has become one of our top selling products, so I...
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6 Spooktacular Scary Plants For Your Garden

October 31, 2018

If you’re someone who enjoys Halloween, Zombies, and creepy things, you might want to try creating a themed garden using different plants or flowers. What makes a plant scary can be its name,...
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Ranunculus, The Rose of Spring

September 23, 2018

I have heard Ranunculus be compared to Peonies, Camellias, and Poppies and they are also referred to as the Rose of Spring. The plant produces large bright beautiful flowers in a number of...
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5 Flowers For Fall

September 09, 2018

While summer is my favorite season, fall is a close second. The heat and humidity have started to decline, the colors of fall are great and I love my boots and sweaters. Fall is also the season to...
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