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Flowers not only symbolize growth and new beginnings, but create a stunning, vibrant show of color and drama â€“ perfect for your special day! Flowers are an inherent part of weddings, but some of our customers have taken this idea to a whole new level with creative, fun ways to use our products in their weddings â€“ blooming or not!
As our Get Gardeninâ€™ Giveaway continues, we are excited to share how our contest winners are using their gift certificates to get gardeninâ€™ this spring! Remember, enter every day to win â€“ we are giving away $25 every day, $100 every week, and one Grand Prize of $250 at the end of the February. Enter now to win!
February 23, 2012
Â· Amanda Shepard Â· Comments Closed
Tags: begonias, Contest, dahlias, lavender, zinnia Â· Posted in: Flower Bulbs, Gardening in Fall, Gardening in Spring and Summer, How-Tos, Perennials, Wildflowers
With the mild winter we have been having across the country this year, we have been frequently asked â€śMy fall bulbs have started to sprout. Will they be OK?â€ť The short answer is simply â€śyes.â€ť However, there are a few steps you can take to ensure your precious fall bulbs will be on track to bloom in early spring.
Who doesnâ€™t love garlic? Its robust flavor adds dimension to almost any dish and the best part is â€“ itâ€™s extremely easy to grow! The best, tastiest Garlic comes straight from the garden. Our Softneck California Garlic is known for both its culinary and medicinal aspects, making it a home garden favorite. What is standing between you and freshly grown, flavor-packed garlic? Just a few simple steps!
This week we conclude Charlie Nardozzi’s guest blog series with a piece about his favorite show-stopping bloomers – Dahlias and Gladiolus. Charlie is a nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. Stay tuned throughout the gardening season for more guest bloggers from the gardening world.
February 15, 2012
Â· Charlie Nardozzi Â· One Comment
Tags: big color, color in the garden, dahlias, garden planning, gladiolus, planting dahlias Â· Posted in: Flower Bulbs, Gardening in Spring and Summer, How-Tos
We are a week into our Get Gardenin’ Giveaway and have already given away prizes to 7 lucky gardeners! All throughout February we are giving away prizes every day, with one Grand Prize at the end of the contest! Simply go to our Facebook page, “Like” us if you don’t already, and enter to win! Remember, enter every day for more chances to win!
Sensory Gardens are created to help relax, stimulate, and teach. They are planted for all populations â€“ those with disabilities, children, patients in a hospital, and the general public. The idea behind the Sensory Garden is to combine elements that will stimulate all of the senses â€“ fragrant plants, textured plants, vivid colors, and the element of sound. Combined, when one walks through the garden, they can experience the joy and relaxation from the plants with every aspect of the brain.
We are excited to announce the start of our Get Gardeninâ€™ Giveaway! Every day this month we will be giving away a free $25 gift certificate, each week we will be giving away a $100 gift certificate, and at the end of the month we will be giving away a grand prize $250 gift certificate! Simply go to our Facebook page, â€śLikeâ€ť us if you donâ€™t already, and enter to win! Come back and enter each day to improve your chances of winning!