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Spring Pansies
Spring Pansies
Mar 27, '21

Pansies & Violas are extremely tough and resilient plants despite their beautiful and delicate appearance. Once acclimatized they are able to withstand freezing temperatures and are fully hardy.

Pansies generally...

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Spring Bulbs - Tulips, Daffodils & Hyacinths!
Spring Bulbs - Tulips, Daffodils & Hyacinths!
Feb 3, '21

Spring bulbs truly appear to defy the laws of nature, bursting into life and producing an abundance of the most vibrant floral displays, and all this in seemingly no time...

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Spring Has Sprung Basket
Spring Has Sprung Basket
Apr 3, '21

Spring puts on a show!

Surprise someone with a bountiful basket of mixed potted plants. The colorful composition of spring plants features purple African violets, yellow Begonias, hot pink...

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Herbs are so incredibly rewarding! Whether using them to perfect a dish, wanting to attract pollinators, or simply wishing to enjoy their vibrant aromas, either way, herbs have so very much to offer, and ask for so very little in return.

Growing Herbs 101

When we think of herbs, images of plants in clay pots, baking away quite happily in the summer heat come to mind, accompanied by an almost Mediterranean feel. Most of our most beloved herbs do originate from the Mediterranean and as a result their optimal conditions are sunshine, heat and well- drained soils. 

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