SuperSecretSale begins Saturday, May 23, 2014.
Florific New Guinea Impatiens
Regularly $3.99 each – On sale this week for 99¢ each!

That’s right folks, ninety-nine CENTS each!


Florific New Guinea Impatiens do well in sun or part shade. I love them because they put out flowers on top, where you can see them! These plants are very strong growers in pretty colors. Florific  New Guineas will fill a garden bed quickly, creating a mass of color. Load up while supplies last. Limit 40 ea. per customer per visit.

We also have  6″ Patriot geraniums on sale this week.  Patriot, the All American geranium regularly sells for $9.99 each. This week, if you buy three or more, the price drops to $6.99 each.

While you’re here, you may want to check out our grafted tomatoes. They are heirloom types grafted to ultra strong growers with a super high yield and double the fruit of traditional heirlooms. A 1 gallon pot is $9.99.

Folks, stop in and check out our specials and all of our other fine plants.

Butterfly Gardens

Creating a Butterfly Garden
The butterflies favorite blooms are the sweetest, most colorful ones. Their main food is nectar from flowers and the best way to attract them to your home garden is to plant their favorites in large
groupings. As far as butterflies are concerned there can never be too many flowers! Make sure your garden produces nectar flowers all through the season so they can always find food. Butterfly gardens are generally planted in sunny locations. In fact butterflies need to bask in the sun to warm themselves for flight. A flat stone in full sun will do the trick. It is important to keep your garden in an area protected from wind and refrain from using harmful chemicals.

Nectar Plants

Achillea (Yarrow) P
Asclepias (Butterfly Weed) P
Aster P
Buddleia (Butterfly Bush) P
Caryopteris (Blue Mist Shrub) S
Chrysanthemum (Mum) P
Clethra (Summersweet) P
Coreopsis (Tickseed) P
Delphinium (Larkspur) P
Dianthus (Garden Pinks) A/P
Echinacea (Coneflower) P
Echinops (Globe Thistle) P
Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) P
Geranium A
Gaillardi (Blanket Flower) P
Helianthus (Sunflower) A
Heliopsis (Perennial Sunflower) P
Hemerocallis (Daylily) P
Hibiscus (Hardy Hibiscus) P
Iberis (Candytuft) P
Lantana A
Lavendula (Lavender) P
Liatris (Gayfeather) P
Lilium (Garden Lily) P
Lonicera (Honeysuckle) P
Lupinus (Lupine) P
Monarda (Bee Balm) P
Nepeta (Catmint) P

Penta (Starflower) A
Philadephus (Mock Orange) P
Phlox (Garden Phlox) A/P
Potentilla (Cinquefoil) P
Rose S
Rosemarinus (Rosemary) P
Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan) P
Scabiosa (Pincushion Flower) P
Sedum (Stonecrop) P
Verbena A/P
Veronica A/P
Viburnum S
Zinnia A
Host Plants
Carrot (for foliage) V
Dill H
Borage H
Parsley H
Grasses P
Milkweed P
Queen Ann’s Lace P