Our Favorite Late Summer Bloomers
There are many ways to keep color in the garden even after the glorious days and exuberant flowering display of June. Like late-blooming teenagers, there are plants that come into their own after others have made their statement. They extend the joy of being in the garden into July, August and September, offering color and texture. And many late season bloomers are also magnets for pollinators such as butterflies and bees. Here are some perennials and shrubs that are worthy garden contributors later in the season. Learn more.
Introducing Rain Barrels and Composters.
We’re excited to introduce our new line of rain barrels and composters this season. Looking for a summer project? Turn your yard into a self-sustaining recyclable resource! Did you know? During heavy rain falls, a typical roof can produce hundreds of gallons of water. Our rain barrels are designed to capture rainwater from your gutter system and are equipped with a spigot to connect your garden hose, easily harnessing rainwater to hydrate your garden.Our compost bins are perfect for the backyard composter. Simply add composting materials and let nature do the rest. Composting will take anywhere from 1-12 months depending on environmental factors and materials added. Once the compost is ready, use as mulch in the garden or combine with potting soil. Your plants will grow like you’ve never seen before! Available in a few different easy-to-assemble designs!
Summer Sale – 33% Off Select Roses.
Hurry in to save on select rose bushes! Sale excludes Knockout, Carpet and Drift Roses. Please see a sales associate for details.