Welcome - September 2014
It seems the weather has given us a last blast of summer with hotter temperatures and the return of sticky humidity. Regardless, September represents the return to school and beginning of fall festivities with friends and family. It also means sales on nursery stock so come on out fill the holes in your garden bed.
Mums and Fall Colour
Fall is a time of festivities and colour and we have the seasonal outdoor decorating you need. Choose from our vast colour/ size selection of mums, asters, kale and grasses that are perfect for getting you into sweater weather mode.
Itís time to plan for spring colour and what better way to announce the end of winter than with spring bulbs. Choose from our flowering bulbs such as our huge selection of Narcissus, Tulips, Allium, Fritillaria, Scilla, Muscari, Hyacinths and more. Wanting some indoor or outdoor instant colour? Paper Whites and Fall Crocus are a must!
Nursery Stock 25% Off
September usually brings cooler weather and much needed moisture meaning that itís time again to start your planting. Please refer to our Facebook page for up-to-date sales or contact us by phone/email. Also, please contact us for different varieties and pricing. If you canít find what youíre looking for, we can certainly order it in!
Cutting Edge Grass Seed
Finally, a low maintenance Kentucky Bluegrass. This new type of Kentucky Blue Grass offers fast germination, drought resistance, salt tolerance, lateral spreading and is generally more pest resistant than other leading brands of grass seed. For more information, please contact us or go to their website at www.cuttingedgegrass.com.
The Home Section of the London Free Press
Please look inside the Home Section of the London Free Press every Saturday and refer to the articles by Denise Hodgins who writes about everything and anything thatís a hot topic in gardening. Denise is a fantastic column writer whose passion for gardening really stands out through her choice of subject matter. Whether itís spring cleanup or an outstanding line of plants begging to be exposed, Denise will keep you up to date. Donít get the paper? Check it out here: www.lfpress.com/author/denise-hodgins