It's time to think about spring. Nothing says 'winter's on its way out' better than little blooms poking their way through the snow in the spring. But to receive this uplifting gift of color in March or April, you have to do some digging now. Fortunately, it's pretty easy: dig some holes and drop in some bulbs. There's still plenty of time to get them in, despite the cold weather; you can plant them all through the fall, up until the soil freezes! There are so many different varieties to choose from, well beyond the traditional. Some of our favorites are the deer. vole, squirrel resistant and repelling Crown Imperial Fritillarias or the double white daffodils that look like gardenia blossoms. There's also lots of flowering onions (Alliums) to choose from and try the small dwarf iris that bloom early spring, unphased by snows. All of our bulbs are top grade, meaning you'll be rewarded with larger plants and bigger flowers come spring. Stop by and we'll help you select something different for your spring fantasy.
We've started fresh in Skyway Plaza with more plants, better indoor space and the same fat cat.