Spring’s Opening Act

October 13, 2018

When winter seems like it might never leave crocus seem to arrive just in time to raise your spirits and allow you to believe that spring is just around the corner. It's no accident that crocus...
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All About Agapanthus

August 29, 2018

Agapanthus is a flowering tender perennial with a long history of confusion surrounding where it originated from and what family of plants it is related too. It also goes by the name Lily of the...
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Tips On Caring For Your Daffodils

April 16, 2018

While we find that Tulips are more popular and get the most attention in the catalogs I receive each year I am partial to Daffodils myself. Why do I prefer Daffodils, well there are many reasons,...
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Picture Perfect Paperwhites

January 06, 2018

Forcing flowering bulbs into bloom is a great way to chase away those winter blues and if you’ve never forced bulbs before than Paperwhites are for you! Paperwhites are related to Daffodils...
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Calla Lily - One Racy Rhizome

December 09, 2017

I truly enjoy the research I do when writing content for our website. I learn a great deal from the process and find out so many interesting things about the plants I write about. The Calla Lily...
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The Scent Of A Tuberose

September 30, 2017

There is nothing quite like the smell of a beautiful flower! I find the whiff of a Gardenia to be heavenly and the aroma of Honeysuckle or Lilac on a spring evening to be just intoxicating. While I...
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Into The Woods

November 13, 2016

One of the more popular spring-flowering bulbs with our customers over the last few years has been the Wood Hyacinth. In fact, it has become so popular that we’ve expanded our product line...
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Ooh…That Smell!

October 18, 2015

If you garden long enough you’re going to discover that not every beautiful flower smells as lovely as it looks. For example, I grow pretty daisies that smell awful when you get up close and...
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