St. John’s Wort / Hypericum
The bees have been loving hypericum’s long summer blooms. This is a great native, smaller shrub to plant in front of the shrub border. Once established it’s also drought-tolerant. ‘Ames’ has improved winter hardiness to for zone 4. ‘Sunburst’ has gorgeous blue-green foliage.
Roses Don’t Mind the Heat
Our rose collection is in bloom and looking beautiful to plant in your garden. We carry an amazing selection including David Austin, rugosa, climbing, and carpet roses. Learn more about these timeless plants from Charlie and David.
We’re excited to offer saffron corms again this fall. Pre-order on our website, or call the Garden Center at 802-425-2811. Corms are $15/10, $25/35, and $60/50. Local pickup only.
Plant saffron like you would bulbs when they arrive in late August. When flowers bloom in October, harvest and dry the red stigmas for use in the kitche. More about this coveted spice on our blog.
Fleece Flower / Persicaria
With bottlebrush flowers and spreading habit, Persicaria is great to fill the garden with texture and contrast. ‘Dimity’ is a short groundcover, ‘Firetail’ and ‘Superba’ are medium to tall, and Persicaria polymorpha is the biggest of all!
Vases for the Floral Bounty
Cute petite bud vases, large vessels for generous bouquest, even vintage and antique glass pieces. Many price ranges, start at under $10.
Learn About Gardening – Rain Gardens
We are live on Facebook each Wednesday at 11:45 AM. This week we toured Horsford’s rain garden. Learn why and where we built it, how it functions, and see the beautiful plants we chose.
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