The wonderfully bright, long-lasting blooms that Amaryllis produce are undoubtedly one of the most joyous parts of the winter months. It is a wonderful experience, for both the novice or expert gardener, to see Amaryllis grow and bloom in just a few short weeks.
November 5, 2011
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About this time two years ago,Â I was looking for a great photo of holly to use on our homepage for Christmas. I Googled Images, and found a really beautiful one from an herb site. I emailed and asked for permission to use the photo, as I always do, and within an hour, I had my [...]
The entire staff of AmericanMeadows.com wishes you a very happy new year.Â And a great year of gardening. Welcome to 2008!
It’s that time of year. And this is the first year we’ve had our exclusive Seed Packets in the regular small seed packet size for just .50 each.Â They’re great for slipping into Christmas Cards or gifts.Â Enjoy. They’re here.
A great friend of mine, Andrew Goodman, recently wrote to tell us about aÂ new contest and program being done by a site calledÂ AppliancePros.com.Â These guys are friends of Andrew’s,Â and instead of just saying they support the troops, they’re doing something about it.Â Â Here’s the story about packages sent for Thanksgiving; they’re now working on the [...]