What is new in the garden center:
Monrovia’s Red Butterflies Milkweeds displays clusters of attractive buds that open to bright scarlet-red and yellow flowers.
Freesias are tender, bright colored flowers that are easy to care for. They are bulbs that can be grown in the garden or inside. Please click, to see more growing requirements for Freesia Plants.
The Miss Molly Butterfly Bush displays sangria-red summer flowers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. It is compact, fragrant and deer resistant.
We have a great new crop of Easter lilies in! Perfect for your church, office or home – Super Fragrant!
How to grow Japanese Lily Of The Valley. Great border plant the provides a great performance of color.
The Sugar Puff Rhodey has showy blooms, compact form and is great for smaller landscape spots. It is more tolerant of wet soils than most rhododendrons. Also has showy red stems & sparse foliage.
Lily of the Valley – River Nymph. Medium size evergreen shrub; New bronze color foliage changes to dark green with maturity; Ivory flower clusters in spring.
This Azalea is a hardy azalea thrives in cold climates! Very deep pink, ruffled flowers have a dark pink spotted throat. The abundant single funnel-shaped flowers cluster near the ends of the branches.
Few plants can compete with Burkwood viburnums in spring when their flowers fill the garden with rich spicy-sweet fragrance.
Climbing hydrangeas feature large, fragrant clusters of white flowers that bloom in late spring and summer against a backdrop of dark green.