Barbara’s Botanical Blog…Where Gardening Ideas Are Always in Bloom!
By Barbara Russek
Our new spring flowers will dazzle you with more color than a kaleidoscope!
Planting Season is About to Begin! For your planting pleasure, we now have:
*Spring Veggies, including:
Tomatoes, peppers, squash and much more in 4-inch pots @$2.99 each
*Spring Flowers, including:
Cosmos, salvia, marigolds, vinca and more in 4-inch pots @ $1.49 or flats of l6 plants @$20.00 per flat
*Flowering Desert Perennials, including:
Black foot daisies, angelita daisies, gaura, buddleia, salvia greggii and much more @$5.99 per one-gallon plant
*Ornamental Pots of Color, including:
Geraniums in red, white, pink, etc. @ $5.99 per one-gallon container or $14.99 per 3-gallon container
Hydrangeas in blue, pink and white @$7.99 per 6-inch pot
Cyclamen in red, white pink, purple @$5.99 per 4-inch pot
Vietnamese Glazed Pottery Will Enhance Your Spring Planting
And Planting Budget!
Two more semi-truckloads of Vietnamese glazed pottery are set to arrive at Green Things in mid-late March.
These indoor/outdoor beauties come in a variety of styles, shapes and colors all at 30-50% off, starting @ $3.99.
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Add to your Spring Break with a Price Break at Green Things on cool season annuals in great condition at 50% off!
Mix and Match:
Petunias, pansies, snapdragons, alyssum, calendula, poppies and much more @75 cents per 4-inch pot (reg. $1.50) or $l2.00 for a flat of l6 4-inch pots, (reg. $24.00)
Will add a bright pop of color to any outdoor space. $9.99, (reg. $14.99-$24.99)
Join us at Green Things Gardening School, Where Tuition is Free!
2nd Saturday of each month from l0:00-ll:00 a.m.
March l4-Butterflies & hummingbirds
Future classes to be announced
Special series of classes conducted by Jared R. McKinley well known local botanist with expertise in Sonoran desert horticulture, all at l0: a.m.
March 21-Experimenting with heirloom veggies
April 4-Learning the growing season for edible plants
Spring is Nature’s Way of Saying, “Let’s party!”….Robin Williams
(please add picture)Barbara Russek is a local freelance writer who loves plants and flowers. She welcomes your comments@Babette2@comcast.net