EARLY SPRING PLANT SALE
Come join us on Friday March 16th for a special early spring plant sale.
The sale will be held at our office at 8701 Railroad Place SE in Snoqualmie from 9am-2pm.
We will have all kinds of small plants and annual flowers and bulbs starting as low as $2.00 each.
We accept cash, checks and credit cards (with a minimum purchase of $20 for card processing).
Visit us online, email us at email@example.com or give us a call to place orders (206) 335-0615.
Welcome to winter!
The rain has started and going outside has now turned into a
dreary and ugly chore for all. I’ve gathered a few ideas and tips as well as
preventative measures that are needed to sustain the health of your garden.
Hopefully these suggestions help you get through your “to do” list faster so
that you can get back inside and stay dry!
FERTILIZEYour garden may be going into dormancy but it still needs food to make it till
spring. By fertilizing your lawn and plant beds you can avoid a mushy brown
lawn in the spring and keep your plants strong.
Winter Color Interest
I saw some tulip bulbs pop up, flowers on my hellebores and some buds form on my magnolias and hydrangeas this weekend. It tells me that spring is on the way soon!
Make sure your plants are pruned, your flower bulbs are ordered and your spring plantings are on the drawing board or in the works.
Hellebores are the specialty of the month. Just starting to flower this week in all hues of pink, white, black, yellow, green and all kinds of combinations made of these colors.