You may not yet be thinking about tomatoes in your garden yet – but you…
Bring Sparkle to Fall & Winter Shade
Helleborus Winter Jewels® ‘Picotee Pearl’
Helleborus ‘HGC Marlon’
Helleborus Winter Jewels® ‘Slate Double’
Helleborus Winter Jewels® ‘Rose Quartz’
Heuchera FOREVER® Red
Heuchera FOREVER® Purple
Join Us This Weekend
Saturday, November 13 10:30-11am, Free. Includes time for Q&A. Time to reap what you’ve grown! Find out what vegetables you can begin harvesting and how to do it, and more with Steven Holliday.
Get Ready for the Holidays!
|Shop in advance this season and explore our brand-new collection of holiday decorations in our retail store!
Coffee cups with whimsical animals adorned with crowns of foliage are another favorite and come packaged in gift boxes.
The succulent heart motif is especially popular, along with tropical foliage, greenery and birds.
More Gifts for Gardeners
Looking for a Living Christmas Tree?
|The Italian Stone Pine is a charming conifer that brings the feel of a pine forest.
|Rosemary Cones carry a wonderful, soothing aromatic scent that will fill your home.
Enjoy Lovely Winter Blooms
‘Autumn Sunrise’ Camellia
‘October Magic’ Camellia
|Shade-loving Camellias are budding & beginning to bloom now! Enjoy the emergence of bountiful blossoms on these evergreen shrubs. A wide array of colors and sizes are now available.
‘Winter’s Snowman’ Camellia
‘Sparkling Burgundy’ Camellia
Growing Your Own Food?
Prepare to Protect Your Plants
Japanese Maples Offer Garden Enchantment
|Japanese Maples, Acer palmatum, A. dissectum, and its many cultivars create exquisite focal points in the garden. With delicately divided foliage in seasonal hues that range from chartreuse to fiery orange, they’re ideal for adding texture and color to garden nooks and containers that crave an artistic touch.
Plant Now for a Beautiful Spring
Power Planters for the Win
Planting bulbs & 4 inch transplants
Digging larger holes for large plants
Mixing your own potting mixes
Loosening compacted soil with ease
Drilling holes for setting up umbrellas and even tiki torches