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Celebrate National Pollinator Week

By | June 17, 2020
Butterfly on Lily
Butterfly on Lily

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Celebrate pollinators all week and better yet, all year! Planting new bulbs and perennials to attract more hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies to your garden is a good time. Adding pollinators to your garden is also a great way to spend time with your family. National Pollinator Week occurs during the 3rd week of June every year. According to the U.S.…Read More

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Complete Guide to Growing Sedum

By | June 3, 2020
Autumn Joy Sedum
Autumn Joy Sedum

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Over the past decade, succulents have become beloved foliage plants for indoors and outdoors. Succulents have trended as indoor plants used for wedding favors, kitchen decor, and even wall art. House plant enthusiasts also love the variety that succulents offer for the sunny shelves and hanging planters. Succulents aren’t just for indoor decor, they provide color and texture in the…Read More

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Create a Garden with Foliage

By | May 21, 2020
Ostrich Fern
Ostrich Fern

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Flowers are great and all, but have you tried using foliage in your garden? As in life, gardens need balance. Using foliage in your garden creates balance among all the pretty blooms. Many gardens focus on the flowers and sprinkle plants with interesting foliage in here or there; however, have you ever considered flipping the script and using foliage as…Read More

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Complete Guide to Growing Gladiolus

By | May 13, 2020
Gladiolus
Gladiolus

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Imagine you are walking through your favorite local farmer’s market in August. You see delicious tomatoes, cucumbers, and other summer vegetables. You will also most likely see a wide selection of cut flowers for bouquets at the farmers market. One of the cut flowers you will probably see are colorful gladiolus flowers. These mid to late summer blooming flowers are…Read More

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Two Gardens with Blooms Spring through Summer

By | May 7, 2020
Sunny Spring Through Summer Collection
Sunny Spring Through Summer Collection

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A complete garden has blooms spring through summer and even sometimes in fall. May is the best time for blooms in my front yard. Mallee Pink Daffodils, Mt Hood Daffodils, Orange Brilliant Tulips and Queen of Night Tulips are all blooming. Following those mid-spring blooms are blooms from Camassia, Allium giganteum, Dwarf Korean Lilac, and a misplaced white peony. However,…Read More

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Complete Guide to Growing Canna Lilies

By | April 22, 2020
Mixed Canna Lilies
Mixed Canna Lilies

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Bold, tall, and colorful! Those are the words I associate with canna lily bulbs and canna plants. Canna lilies are tropical bulbs that grow from a rhizome. They are known for their bold foliage in varying colors, bright blooms, and stately growth habit. Gardeners in warm climates may be very familiar with canna lilies as they are perennials and easy…Read More

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15 Sweetly Scented Flowers

By | April 17, 2020
Sweet Autumn Clematis
Sweet Autumn Clematis

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Aromatherapy in your backyard with sweetly scented flowers. Open the windows and enjoy the sweet scents coming in from the outdoors. Adding fragrant flowers to your garden spaces brings joy to the senses. Colorful flower patterns and features appeal to the eye, while fragrant blooms appeal to the nose.  To create a sensational garden of sites and scents read about…Read More

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If you need any help with gardening or if you have plant-related questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to Jenny San Filippo. She can provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to succeed with your next project!

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If you’re looking to run a fundraiser in the fall, spring or during the holiday season, Flower Power Fundraising is an excellent option! Sell a wide assortment of bulbs and earn 50% profit on all of your sales! It’s fun and easy!

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