Greetings!

New Summer Hours:
Mon-Fri 9-5pm | Sat 9-3pm | Closed Sundays
(starting June 1st)
In time for our
JUNE BLOWOUT SALE:
  • 50% off 6 or more 1-gallon Perennials (perennial area only, not front displays)
  • 25% off Hanging Baskets & Planters
  • 25% off 2 or more Tropicals
  • 25% off 6" & 10" Geraniums
  • 20% off 4" Annuals when you buy 10 or more
Nursery Special:
Hybrid & Knock Out Roses
3 or more 20% off

(cannot combine sales with other offers and discounts)

Connect on facebook and instagram to see what's blooming!
In the Store

  • Lots of summer local foods... pickles, salsas, canned peppers, chips, and more!

  • Summer must haves:
Hummingbird feeders, ant guards, bee guards, nectar, feeder brushes, s-hooks & shepard hook hangers.

  • Amazing Fairy Garden accessories and demo gardens located in & outside for ideas.

  • New summer flags.
  • 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, and any outdoor activity! NO DEET - ALL NATURAL. We will also have Stickers soon!

  • Lots of Father's Day gift packs and items DAD will love! Snacks, spirit making infusion kits, squirrel buster bird feeders, plants, hammocks, bloody mary mix and bartender kits, and more!
Upcoming Events
Saturday, June 22nd at 10am-11:30am
Terrarium class

Fun and easy demo! Learn how to make your own low-maintenance, enclosed container garden. Price of class includes one terrarium plant. $5, reserve your spot on our Facebook Event page or in the store.
Eat Fresh!

Tomato-tone your maters and other veggies.

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

Tip: Water veggies & container plants in the EARLY morning (6 - 8am) for best results.

Gardening Tips

1. 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.

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.

2. 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.

3. Prune your spring blooming shrubs by June 15th to avoid cutting off next year's buds. Examples are Azaleas, Camellias, Forsythia, and Bridal Wreath Spirea.
Happy Father's Day!

Plant on and Happy Gardening!
Nelsa and our awesome staff

SUMMER HOURS
Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Sat 9am-3pm
Closed All Sundays in June, July and August

*If the temps are over 95°, check our facebook page for heat closure notification*

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The Garden Hut, 1004 Old Honeycutt Road, Fuquay-Varina (919) 552-0590 www.NelsasGardenHut.com