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Dahlia

Decorative Dinnerplate Cactus Waterlily Anemone Flower Purple

Gladiolus

Nanus Hybrid

Lily

Double Oriental Oriental Asiatic

Lily of the Valley

Lily of the ValleyFreesia SingleBabiana StrictaSandersonia AurantiacaTricyrtis

Freesia Single

Babiana Stricta

Sandersonia Aurantiaca

Tricyrtis

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Pansy and Alyssum Arrangements We Love

Pansies and Alyssum are perfect Spring flowers. They are fairly hardy (keep above freezing!), display a variety of colors and patterns, and will make the entire space smell amazing. Here are some of our favorite ways to arrange Pansies and Alyssum together, whatever your style!

Use a basket as a planter.

A tried and true method, you can't go wrong with potted Pansies and Alyssum. Try this fun French Country style basket.

Keep...

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April Plant of the Month

Bromeliad Fun Facts

Fun Fact #1: Bromeliads are related to Pineapples.

The pineapple is the edible Bromeliad. Known as Ananas comosus in the scientific community, Pineapple grows under the ground, not in a tree, and has a fun leafy top. They perform best in tropical climates, but make for pretty durable houseplants as well.

Fun Fact #2: Bromeliads have pups.

Bromeliads typically only have one bloom. After that, it forms offsets, known as...

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HANGING AROUND

WHAT CAN A HANGING PLANT DO FOR YOUR HOME EXPERIENCE?

When we talk about houseplants and gardens, the images that come to mind are potted snake plants, rows of pansies, and succulents at your computer. But what about hanging plants?

An extremely powerful application of plant arrangement, hanging plants can do so much for whatever space you are wanting to enhance. Here are our top 3 favorite ways to include hanging plants in your home.

1. A Clay Pot...

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Potatoes, Onions and Garlic

See what your options are below:

Potatoes

We have amazing all-purpose potatoes, potatoes for mashing or frying, purple, red and yellow potatoes...whatever your heart desires!

Russet GoldrushGerman ButterballRussian BananaRed NorlandYukon GoldVermillionPurple MajestyCherry RedSangre RedAdirondack Blue Harvest Blend (A mixed pack of red, yellow and purple potato varieties)

Onions

Yellow, white, red, big, small, shallots,...

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Plants that are Hard to Kill

New to houseplants or wrapped up in a busy lifestyle? These plants are difficult to kill and easy to love. Most of them need to dry out completely in between waterings. We included a couple tips for each plant. Come in and ask us if you have any additional questions and we would be happy to point out appropriate fertilizers etc.

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Plants for Households with Kids and Pets

Have yourself an urban jungle while keeping your curious kids and pets safe! While these plants are non-toxic, you still do not want to ingest them unless they are specifically edible. Ingesting non-edible plants in mass will still create reactions.

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Take a look through what we have to offer. <3 <3

Floral Arrangements

Zuzu's Bake Shop will be here from Noon-5 decorating cookies!

Zuzu's Bake Shop will be here from Noon-5pm with sweet treats!

Gifts for the decorator

Jewelry and French imported candies

Wall art, soap, cards, lotion, candle

"You're Stuck with Me" pot, wine bottle planter, seeds

Zen sand garden, "You Are Wonder Full" gift bag, ceramic turtle and owl

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Valentine’s Day Plants

Cut flowers will die quickly and many gifts will be lost or forgotten. Plants offer a meaningful and symbolic gift that will continue growing and flourishing as a token of your affection.

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February’s Plant of the Month: Croton

Light: High

What to watch out for: They will lose their leaves or their leaves will decrease in vibrancy if they are not getting enough light.

Water: They like to stay moist but not soggy. Let the top few inches of soil dry out and then water deeply letting the water run out the drainage holes at the bottom of the container.

What to watch out for: If they get too dry, they will wilt. Once
they start losing their leaves, they are hard to rejuvenate.

Food:...

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