Get a Jump on Spring with Containers



Beauty in Bloom

Tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths are bellwethers of spring. In this simple clay bucket, a mixture of Tulips steal the show.  Prolong the life of your plantings by purchasing plants with tightly closed buds. The buds will open in a few days and color your container for two or more weeks.


Long-Lasting Fancy

Delicate white heart-shape flowers float among the foliage of perennial bleeding heart (Dicentra spectabilis f. alba) while the annual cascading Diascia completes the floral pairing in this old toolbox. Perennials spring to life as container plants. After enjoying their flowers, transplant them into the garden to become a permanent part of your landscape.



Scent of Spring

Scent of Spring

Sweetly perfumed stock revels in cool conditions. The handles on a loosely woven basket make it easy to hang this fragrant treasure where you are likely to walk by and enjoy the scent. An excellent cutting flower, stock is available in shades of white, pink, purple, red, yellow, and orange.



Window Box Winner

Who can resist a stunning window box.  Plant with Angelwing begonia, sweet potato vine, pink petunias,, heuchera plant and as many other filler plants you can stuff into the box for a dazzling display.



Excellent Echeveria Collection

This trio of echeverias in a pair of mismatched terra-cotta pots creates a stunning centerpiece on this stone slab. The more than 100 echeveria species and cultivars from which to choose means it's easy to create unique groupings of these easy-care succulents. Clump size of these spreaders increases over time. If the plants become too crowded in the container, divide and replant



Door Stopper

This lovely Urn mix of petunia, geranium, verbena and ivy create instant porch appeal, and invites a guest to linger just a wee bit longer.



Summer Teaser

Start this pot early in the Spring for lush mid summer blooms of red geraniums, salvia, dusty miller and bacopa.


Urning Their Keep

This bountiful urn of double purple petunias is a focal point in the garden, and certainly urns it’s keep.


Center Piece Attraction

You do not have to wait for Spring to plant this sensational pot of caladiums with Angelwing begonia. A fast grower and attention grapping container.

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