We look forward to early spring when we can play outside in the garden again. We grow a wonderful assortment of frost-tolerant annuals for the impatient gardener in a wide array of colors.
- Forced bulbs (daffodils, hyacinths, tulips, lilies)
Mother’s Day kicks off the spring planting season and we are busy out and about making the Two River Area beautiful. Our greenhouses are bursting at the seams with annuals. We grow and buy in a huge assortment of specialty plants to satisfy the most discriminating plant lover. We have a very loyal customer base that relies on us to create the most unique container plantings every year. We have trailer loads of tropical plants from Florida delivered in April and May.
Our plants are on a continuous feed program that keeps them blooming and healthy. The benches are overflowing with fabulous color and texture.
Karen our resident expert on all things edible scours the vegetable catalogs to find the perfect tomato, cucumber or squash for your garden. We grow ours from seed and nurse them along until they are ready for prime-time in early spring. We also purchase herbs and veggies from reputable local growers. For the organic gardener, we offer seeds and soil to start your own.
Perennials are a true gardener's secret weapon. Our selection of reliable bloomers are always evolving with the season. In addition to perennials, we carry a large selection of flowering shrubs including, roses, hydrangea, azaleas, and peonies. We stock evergreens for winter container gardens.
Our selection of dwarf evergreens would delight the fairy gardener.
Fall brings the cooler weather and shorter days and the benches are filled with chrysanthemums, cabbage, kale, ornamental grasses and loads of unusual pumpkins & gourds, and of course winter tough pansies.
Thanksgiving marks the end of fall and the beginning of the Holiday season. We assemble our “Wreath Wranglers” and decorating crews to “deck the halls” of businesses and estates throughout the area. Our custom made wreaths are the talk of the town. We bring in a wide assortment of unusual local greens, berries, and branches that look fantastic and will hold up well into the early Spring in most locations. Call us early to “get on the list”. Ask for Betsy or Stevie at 732 291 3241.