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april hours

Monday-Friday: 9-5:30pm Saturday 9-5pm Sunday: CLOSED

**Starting next week, we will begin our extended hours on Thursdays. 

Tips for the Week

The ground temperature is perfect for seeding all cool season grasses like fescue and bluegrass.


Begin applying Fertilome Systemic Drench to trees & shrubs to prevent insect damage this year.


Now is a great time to fertilize trees, shrubs, & roses to give them a pop after this cold winter.


Spray Weed Free Zone to kill any winter weeds in lawns.


Apply root stimulator when planting trees, shrubs, & perennial plants.



Knock Out Roses in Stock!


Giveaway Item of the Week

Two Sisters at Home

Dry Mix Seasoning

We found this awesome small business of two sisters working from home after retirement. They sell 16 different types of dry ingredients that you add to a few other ingredients to create the most scrumptious dips, crackers, and even dinners! 

The winner this week will have their choice of 2 different mixes.

We carry all 16 flavors that are absolutely delicious! 

Check out their website for all flavors & recipes! 


Plant of the Week


If you're like the rest of our customers, you're DYING to start planting. Well we have some good news for you! There are select plants, such as perennial Dianthus, that can handle the remaining early spring cold snaps that we will have.



Tillandsias, or air plants, are known for their ability to live entirely off of nutrients and moisture in the air in their native habitats. They are becoming very popular due to the fact that they add spunk wherever you choose to give them a home. Whether in a glass terrarium, a seashell, rock name it!

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If you have questions, feel free to reply to this email. 

See you soon,


Caitlyn & the Crew


We collect and reuse rain water!

2012: 108,665 gallons

2013: 108,696 gallons

2014: 123,193 gallons

2015: 181,051 gallons

2016: 123,879 gallons

2017: 141,951 gallons

2018: 106,330 gallons

2019: 139,057 gallons

2020: 85,762 gallons

2021: 2,813 gallons