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What's Blooming 3.25.2017

Spring Color Perennials will brighten your garden year after year!

Use them in containers now for long lasting color and plant in your garden later.

               Bergenia 'Baby Doll'                                         Bergenia 'Abenglut'

            Tiarella 'Sugar and Spice'                                 Brunnera 'Jack Frost'

     Aquilegia 'Origami Red and White'                     Hellebore 'Cotton Candy'


Magnolias 101


Magnolia trees are quite diverse. They have a variety of leaf shapes and forms that are either evergreen or deciduous. Their wonderfully fragrant blooms come in an assortment of colors including white, pink, red, purple, or yellow. They aren’t usually munched on by deer and make for an exceptional specimen tree. There is such a wide selection, you’re sure to be able to find one to perfectly fit your needs.

Magnolia Tree Types


Deciduous magnolias with star flowers: The star magnolias (M. stellata) are cold-hardy,


Walla Walla Onions are in!!!

Bunches and bulbs we have both


Walla Walla Sweet - Heirloom -  90 days to maturity.

This exceptionally mild long day variety is best known for its
sweet flavor. Bulbs can reach up to 2lbs!


Redwing Onion - 110 days to maturity.

Best red long day variety for storage with a moderately
pungent flavor.