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More Home Decor & Pottery in store!


SO MANY faux stems and succulents came in, and these are the perfect decor item to add a little texture to your home.

Cement pots are a hot item this year; hurry in to snag these before they are gone!


Featured Perennials


Annuals


Spring is in full swing and more color just keeps filling up the tables! Come on over to shop our high quality spring annuals!

4 Proven winners

$4.49 EA

Jumbo Packs

$3.99

4 Premium annuals

$3.99 EA

4 Zonal Geraniums

$4.49 EA

What are you feeding your plants?

Our “Down to Earth” fertilizer brand is Natural & Organic, which is what many people today prefer.


“Our natural fertilizers are carefully blended from the best sources of organic nutrients in ideal proportions without the use of synthetics, growth stimulants or low-quality fillers like poultry waste. You can be confident that you are giving your farm or garden the best product available, whether it’s a multi-purpose blend or a specialized soil amendment. We take pride in offering only the highest quality ingredients that help provide an effective and environmentally friendly approach to plant care, crop fertilization and soil management.”

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What a gorgeous day to visit the garden center! Our hanging baskets are ready for their new homes! β˜€οΈπŸŒ±πŸŒΈπŸŒΌπŸ‘ 12" Hanging Baskets are $39.99 @ Van Wingerden Home & Garden ... See MoreSee Less

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Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe

Want your Kalanchoe to reflower? Simply cut off the flowering head, let the plant rest with reduced water, and resume its normal care. It should flower naturally in Spring.

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