Here’s Mike to tell you about the Patriot Geranium…
Big and bold, Patriot Geraniums (also known as Boldly) LOVE the sun! They are low maintenance, last all season and provide a vivid splash of color.
Since Mike grew too many, he’s offering a buy one get one deal! They will never be more affordable. It’s the deal of a lifetime!
We have Patriots in red, white and pink, both in the Plymouth and Carver Shops.
The All American Plant – Patriot Geranium will wow your friends and make any landscape or container pop! Easy to grow and maintain, the Patriot will tolerate very hot and dry conditions and will only need to be watered twice a week. You can feed them twice a month with a general purpose fertilizer for a WOW! factor of 11!
Ground Phlox in full color. 1 quart pots on sale for $4.99 each. A full tray of 10 is $39.99. Offers SPECTACULAR early spring color year after year! SuperSecretSale in effect while supplies last.
Ground phlox, sometimes called creeping phlox, is super easy to grow and creates a colorful early spring carpet of tiny blooms. It’s a great addition to rock walls, between paving stones, in planters or in the landscape. Phlox thrives in a variety of conditions. Just about any soil type will do as long as you plant phlox in a spot that has at least a half day of sun, but full sun is great too! A perennial plant, phlox stays green after flowering and through the growing season. Each plant can spread to 2 feet and grow 4-6 inches high. Colors include lavender, pink, white and light blue. Once the plant is established, a quick trim after blooming can promote a second bloom. Once established, phlox will spread and give you masses of beautiful blooms each spring!
Check out the Farmer’s Almanac for a good article on planting phlox! Click or tap HERE to read…
I’ve been craving crisp, crunchy texture in my meals for awhile now. I’m not satisfied with what I can get from the grocery. Last week I took home one of Mike’s leafy bowls and fresh lettuce sure does hit the spot! I love that I can just grab a leaf or two on the fly, and not have to mess with a whole head. A quick rinse and I’m off to the sandwich board.
Sooo, Mike planted a ton of these bowls but they came in a little late. I don’t know how that’s a bad thing because I think they’re fabulous. The lush, leafy, abundant containers are ready for your sandwich or salad. But lettuce isn’t just for a salad or a sandwich anymore. I tried this little gem of a recipe and thought I’d pass it on.