Super Cool Deals!
flowers in hanging basket

New Summer Hours beginning the week of June 4th (we're open until 5pm this Saturday)
Mon-Fri 9-5pm | Sat 9-3pm  
Closed Sundays (starting June 3rd)

In time for our SALE: 
  • 25% off Hanging Baskets
  • 50% off 6 or more 1-gallon perennials (perennial area only)
  • ALL ceramic pottery 25% off
  • Beautiful flowering Mophead Hydrangeas 20% off

    While supplies last! (cannot combine sales with other offers)
In the Store
Summer must haves!
  • Hummingbird feeders, ant guards, bee guards, nectar, feeder brushes, s-hooks & shepard hook hangers.
  • Amazing Fairy Garden accessories and demonstration gardens located in & outside for ideas. Don't miss our next class on June 9th at 10am!
  • New summer flags that are so cool.
z band z clip natural mosquito repellent

We are SO EXCITED for all ages and walks of life that love the outdoors
All Natural Z Bands & Clips (very fashionable & comfortable) with Citronella, Peppermint and Geranium oils
Each Refill lasts up to 360 hours
Great for sports outings, camping, beach, travel, picnics, & any outdoor activity!

thermometers and rain gauges

Check out our new Father's Day items! Rain gauges, thermometers, local foods, windchimes, New barrel furniture, and hammocks that pack up small for easy carrying.

barrel furniture

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Upcoming Events
fairy garden accessories
Saturday, June 2nd
Run the Quay
5K, 10K, 15 Quay Challenge, and a Children's Fun Run. click for details

Saturday, June 9th at 10am
Fairy Garden class
Create your own tiny oasis! Fun & interactive. Bring your own creative container or buy one and we'll help you plant it after class. We provide the soil and you can purchase unique plants and fairy accessories from us. Free, registration required.  
Call us at 919-552-0590 to register or sign up on our facebook page!

Gardening Tips
Tip: Water veggies & container plants in the EARLY morning (6 - 8am) for best results.
Tuff Stuff Red Hydrangea
Tomato-tone your maters and other veggies.

Eat Well with fresh organic veggies!
Eat "zoodles" - zuke spiraled noodles! Share your summer recipes on facebook... We will!

  • As the weather becomes more hot and humid, you are more likely to see pests and fungus infect your plants.

    Keep a watch for:

    Japanese Beetles
    - unfortunately it's that time of year again when the beetles come out. We recommend Neem Oil with pyrethrins or beetle traps.

    Powdery Mildew and Black Spot
    - Crepe Myrtles, Hydrangeas, Hawthorne, Zinnias, Verbena, and
    especially Roses are all susceptible to one or both of these fungal diseases. We recommend Neem Oil.
    Let us help you with organic remedies.

    These are just a few common problems you might encounter in the yard. If you have a problem you can't identify or are not sure how to handle, please stop by with a photo or a sealed sample and let our staff Horticulturists help you.
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  • Now that we are all vegetable gardening, be sure to hoe the garden regularly to keep the weeds under control and keep the veggies picked. Once you have dug potatoes, picked all the sugar snaps, lettuce, cabbage, and other cool season crops, we have more veggies to plant in those spots. We have gallon tomatoes and peppers.
  • Prune your spring blooming shrubs by June 15th to avoid cutting off next years buds. Examples are Azaleas, Camellias, Forsythia, and Bridal Wreath Spirea.
  • You can use selective herbicides in the lawn to control crabgrass, nutsedge, and other nuisance grasses. Most selective herbicides work best when the weather is hot but always read the label to find out the ideal temperature range for application. We also have an organic non-selective herbicide.
garden art spinners
Happy Father's Day!

Plant on and Happy Gardening!
Nelsa and our awesome staff

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Sat 9am-3pm* (*starting June 9th)
Closed All Sundays in
June, July & August

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