Take the guesswork out of gardening. The Month-by-Month Gardening Guides offer valuable advice on the proper timing of garden maintenance for each month. Use of the guide will take the fear and guesswork out of gardening, as well as provide an achievable plan for gardening success for beginners and experienced gardeners alike. A Month-by-Month Gardening Guide is available for each state or region.Published by Cool Springs Press.
14″, Slotted Wood, Plant Dolly.
Echinacea – Coneflower:Family: Asteraceae:Requires full sun and well-drained soil. Long flowering daisies for the sunny border, prairie garden and wildflower meadows. Original American plant. Echinacea have a strong root structure, are drought resistant and great for mass planting. ::Echinacea paradoxa ‘Art’s Pride':The unusual orange appearance is very bright and flowers hold up very well. PPAF
The Twin-flowered Agave grows very symmetrical, in a 3′ by 3′ rosette shape. The leaves are dark green in color and are smaller than most Agaves at 1/4″ wide. Unlike most Agaves the leaves on this one are not spiked. Twin-flowered Agave can be grow in full sun or shade. When in full sun the leaves will be stiff, when in shade the leaves will be a bit more relaxed. Like most desert plants this Agave prefers a well drained soil and can survive with little water. Agave geminiflora will experience some frost damage at 25
Rated as the #1 Mother’s Day Bouquet by Smart Money magazine, this spectacular arrangement is sure to brighten up any home or office! Click on the link below to read the full article.Over 20 blooms on 8 stems of fragrant Oriental Lilies in crisp white and gorgeous pink arrive fresh and in bud form to ensure lasting joy as each sumptuous bloom slowly opens to perfection. To add an extra touch of elegance, these lilies are surrounded by a mixture of eucalyptus, bear grass and lemon leaf greenery, and are perfectly arranged to put in a vase and enjoy! Order now we’ll include a free glass vase with your purchase!Click here to read the complete Smart Money article!Visit our Buyers Guide to learn more about the significance and tradition behind Oriental Lilies.
15″H, Black, Classic Finial Style, Plant Stand, Powder Coated Steel.
This furniture arrives mostly assembled. 4″ Sparta Ash with Dish garden Dimensions: 7″(L) x 7″(W) x 17″(H)
Cushionl Spurge (Euphorbia polychroma) ::Named after Euphorbus, physician to the king of Mauritania, this robust, sun-loving genus includes the familiar Poinsettia and is over 1600 species strong. Most species have a softly colored bracts that surround subtly defined flowers. Autumn watches their narrow green leaves turn shades of red, orange and yellow. ::Euphorbia polychroma A sweet melding of new growth in the spring, sulphur yellow flowers and attractive leaves creates an exceptionally tidy, low growing mound. A delectable addition to any border. ::Hardiness Zone: 5-9
8″ Cork Mat, Protects Floors, Carpets, Tables, Prevents Rings, Stains & Scratches, Use As A Placemat, Coaster, Under Plants, Hot Pad, & Under Candles.
Measuring 8.5″ tall, this satin ivory flower basket is decorated with a lovely peach-colored satin flower on both front and back. ::The handles are made of a strand of ivory pearls.
In Garden or Container, this Dwarf is Early, Colorful, and Fully Hardy! Just 5 inches tall, it sports big 1 1/2-inch blooms in shades of white, blue, and pink. This dwarf blooms earlier than most Columbines, opening huge 1 1/2-inch blooms in abundance atop compact, vigorous plants just 5 inches tall! Fully hardy and ready to perform in the garden or container, ‘Cameo Mix’ is a hard-working beauty of a plant, lovely in both flower and foliage! The blooms are butterfly-shaped, with the distinctive Columbine center and long, loosely-held, elegant petals. The foliage is silvery-green, adding to the attentiion-getting power of this small plant! Columbine is easy to grow in sun or part shade and well-drained soil.::Hardiness Zone: 3-8
Kieffer pear has large fruit, with greenish yellow skin blushed red. Flesh is white with coarse, crisp, juicy flesh. Stores well. Self fertile. Ripens Oct. to November.