Fairy Gardening

May 31, 2014. We have two upcoming events for all of you Fairy/Miniature Gardening enthusiasts!

Fairy Garden Workshop. Sunday, June 29. 12pm – 3pm. Families and Children are welcome to come to a Fairy Garden workshop in our greenhouse. Feel free to bring your own container, or you can purchase one from us. Free – the only cost is what you buy. Our staff will be available between 12-3pm to assist you in selecting the perfect plants and accessories for your creation! Register here!

Adult/Ladies Night – Fairy Garden Workshop. Thursday, July 17. 6pm – 8pm. Enjoy a fun night out with friends creating your own Fairy Garden! Our staff will be available to assist you in selecting the perfect plants and accessories for your creation. Bring your own container to plant, or purchase one from us. Cost depends on the items you choose. BYOB. Complimentary non-alcoholic drinks and snacks will be provided. Register here!


May 12, 2013. Heucherella Gold ZebraSometimes referred to as Foamy Bells; Heucherella are a genetic cross between Heuchera, Coral Bells, and Tiarella Foam Flower. They have the amazing foliage of Heuchera and the flower power of Tiarella. The most exciting aspect of Heucherellas is their fantastic foliage which is colorful, large, and often has deeply lobed leaves. These characteristics make this an excellent addition to brighten any shady spot in your garden. Pair it with ferns, hosta, and/or astilbe for an awesome display. Varieties such as ‘Sweet Tea’, ‘Gold Zebra’, and ‘Solar Eclipse’ are just a few that we have to offer.

Growing Strawberries

May 12, 2013. Growing StrawberriesWhat could be more satisfying than berries from your own backyard? Strawberry plants can be either June-bearing, which means they produce one large crop each season, usually in June, or ever-bearing which produce fruit all season long. June-bearing strawberries are the first fruit to ripen and are usually larger in size than ever-bearers. They are larger plants and are best suited for life in the ground. Ever-bearing strawberries, however, are generally smaller in size but flower and set fruit all growing season. Their smaller size makes them ideal for growing in containers and as specimen or border plants in your flower garden. We have an abundance of strawberry plants “ripe” for the picking, so stop in today!

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