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Annual Of The Week

Annual Lobelia
Annual Lobelia
May 2, '21

Lobelias are quite unique thanks to their vibrant blue, a true blue, which is something quite rare in the floral kingdom.  Lobelia erinus is a tender perennial that is grown...

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Perennial Of The Week

Columbine
Columbine
Apr 28, '21

Columbines delight with their colorful floral displays in spring long before most other perennials, and when our spring bulbs are just starting to fade a little. They have exquisite bell-shaped...

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Houseplant Of The Week

Bird of Paradise
Bird of Paradise
Apr 19, '21

Bird of Paradise plants are something truly unique and personify faraway, warm and sunny places.  The striking orange and blue flowers resemble a bird, hence their name, and they are...

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Item Of The Week

Teleflora Lovely Lilac Bouquet
Teleflora Lovely Lilac Bouquet
May 3, '21
Lovely as can be!
Celebrate the new season with this majestic mix of deep pink roses...
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Could there be anything better than picking a warm, sweet tomato in passing whilst meandering through the garden? Irrespective of skill level, all gardeners reap harvests, as nature is both forgiving and generous. One finds that even with just a few tomato plants one can have more tomatoes than one could possibly eat. But what better present to share with family and friends than one’s own home-grown produce?

Why Grow Your Own?

We are all familiar with the current modern-day challenges facing us when trying to lead a healthy lifestyle and purchase fresh produce:

  • Pesticide Contamination
  • Genetically Modified Organisms

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