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Cold Weather Alert!

Believe it or not we have a frost advisory for Monday morning!  Many annuals and tropicals will be very unhappy being out in the the cold especially after coming out of our warm greenhouses.   Be on the safe side and bring those plants indoors.  Plants already in the ground can be covered with pots,
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Grow Native

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  • May 15, 2019
  • by Tori Clark
  • birds, native plants, pollinators,
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If you are looking to add a few plants to your foundation plantings or even adding a new garden now is the time to consider native plants. Native plants have spent all of their time thriving in Minnesota’s growing conditions and can be much easier to grow than non-native varieties. Native plants are also adapted
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Bring in the Hummingbirds

The ruby-throated hummingbirds are back for the summer.  With a combination of the right plants and feeders you can attract more of these beautiful birds to your yard and garden. Hummingbirds are attracted to annuals like petunias, fuchsia, salvia and lavender. Perennials such as bee balm, columbine, coral bells and beardtongue are also great attractors. 
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Light Up Your Landscape with Roses!

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  • May 15, 2019
  • by Tori Clark
  • blooms, hardy, shrub rose,
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Does growing roses make you think of hours of work pruning, watering and fertilizing.  Not anymore with the many beautiful, easy-care, disease resistant hardy shrub rose varieties.  Roses are very hardy and make a great foundation planting, accent plant or in any garden in any setting from casual to more formal gardens.  For best results
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Only the Best this Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 12.  Be sure to let all the moms in your life know how amazing they are with a beautiful gift they can enjoy all summer long!  The garden center is bursting with great gift ideas for the sisters, aunts and moms in your life with everything from colorful hanging
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Five Fantastic Annuals for Shade

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  • May 8, 2019
  • by Tori Clark
  • annual, Flowers, shade,
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If you have shade it can be a challenge to find plants that offer the burst of color and blooms you are hoping for.  Here are five fabulous annuals that will brighten up your less than sunny pots and beds! Begonias If you have planted begonias, especially the newer Dragon Wing or Big Leaf  begonias,
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Awe Inspiring Annuals

If you haven’t already started planting you will be soon and what is the easiest way to fill your pots and beds with instant color – ANNUALS!  Walk into the garden center and you will be in awe of all the colors and texture. But where to start? Planting flowers should be fun and rewarding, not
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Attract Baltimore Orioles to your Backyard

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  • May 1, 2019
  • by Tori Clark
  • bird feeders, grape jelly, Orioles,
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Bird lovers anxiously watch for the first Baltimore Orioles to return to the area in the spring and every day I am listening for their distinct song.  Orioles are common at bird feeders but not any feeder will do.  Orioles enjoy fruit and nectar so be sure to select a feeder that allows you to
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May Garden Rewards are Here!

Earn Garden Rewards even faster with our May Garden Rewards coupon!  Print the coupon or show it on your mobile device this month to get an extra $25 worth of Garden Rewards Stamps with any purchase of $50 or more and get to use your $20 Garden Rewards coupon even sooner.  The garden center is
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Three New Must-Have Hydrangeas

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  • May 1, 2019
  • by Tori Clark
  • blooms, hydrangeas, Shrubs,
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Hydrangeas continue to be in the spotlight with new varieties being released every spring and 2019 is no different.  Check out these fantastic new plants and I guarantee you can find a spot in your landscape of at least one!  Don’t forget to use our Plant Finder tool to find more information about these and
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