Spring fever sets in around March 15, and we are ready with everything you need for your beautiful garden! Our outdoor plant areas are usually set up by this time with many shrubs, trees, and perennials to choose from, and more shrubs, trees, and perennials arrive weekly throughout the Spring. We also do special orders of plants when available if we don’t have the exact plant you are looking for.

Pansies and primrose are available in March and April. Annual flowers, herbs, strawberry plants, and vegetable plants arrive in late March or early April. Tropical hibiscus and mandevilla are available in May.

Our most popular Spring items are mulch, sod, annual hanging baskets, tomato plants, strawberry plants, azaleas, lilac bushes, forsythia, redbud trees, dogwood trees, and flowering cherry trees. We have a huge variety of shrubs, perennials, trees, and other plants to choose from.

Popular Spring blooming perennials include: Lenten rose (begins blooming in late Winter!) Shasta daisies, creeping phlox (a great colorful groundcover), bleeding hearts, coreopsis, bugleweed groundcover, candytuft, columbine (now available in double blooming and re-blooming varieties), daylilies, salvia, lavender, balloon flower, pulmonaria, veronica, peonies, clematis vines.

Popular Spring blooming shrubs include: lilac, azalea, rhododendron, forsythia, hydrangea, trumpetvine, wisteria.

Popular Spring blooming trees include: dogwoods, redbuds, magnolias, flowering cherry trees.

We sell beautiful Easter lilies, flower arrangements, tulips, daffodils, and more beautiful blooming plants for Easter! We are always open on Easter Sunday.

Think of Mom on Mother’s Day! We sell beautiful blooming flowers, shrubs, hanging baskets, and flower arrangements.

What should you be doing in the Spring to maintain optimum beauty of your outdoor space?

  • re-mulch all flower, shrub, and tree beds.
  • fertilize all plants and trees.
  • fertilize your lawn (lawn fertilization can occur up to 4 times a year with 4 specifically timed fertilizer choices).
  • plant new flowers, shrubs, and trees to add interest to your landscape.
  • re-seed or sod bare spots in your lawn, using a new seeding fertilizer for best results.
  • cut back ornamental grasses; trim evergreen shrubs.

We sell all the tools, watering care, fertilizers, mulches, and soil amendments necessary to make your outdoor space look great in the Spring.

Other useful items: tomato cages, seed packets, seed starter kits, deer/rabbit repellant, beautiful pottery, and window boxes.