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Anniversary Sale at the Great Big Greenhouse

Join us October 12th - 25th to celebrate with 20-50% off all plant purchases.

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Every Thursday from 10am-2pm. Over 25 vendors, plenty of parking and dog friendly!

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Ramblin' in the Garden

IN THE GARDEN with DOUG - WHAT TO PLANT IN OCTOBER

THE PLANTING SEASON IS NOT OVER JUST BECAUSE WE ARE NOW IN OCTOBER.  ACTUALLY, THE FALL PLANTING SEASON IS JUST "HEATING" UP.

BONNIE'S GARDEN--Got Deer, You Need These Bulbs:

I wrote this blog a couple of years ago, but I’ve had so many questions this week about which bulbs deer won’t eat, that I thought I’d run it again…

IN THE GARDEN with DOUG - OCTOBER GARDENING CHORES

IT'S NOW OCTOBER BUT WE ARE STILL EXPERIENCING SUMMER-LIKE HEAT AND DRYNESS.  WE HAVE PLENTY OF GARDENING CHORES TO BE DONE THIS MONTH.

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Native Plants

Native plants are nature's ideal source of food and protection for wildlife. Because they are native to our area and have evolved in this climate and our soil they will generally require minimal care. Check out this list of natives.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea: Summer-Long color and more. No other group of shrubs we know has undergone such a transformation in recent years as Hydrangeas.