“Dad already has everything he wants” “Grandma doesn’t ‘need’ anything” “My adult kids are impossible to buy for” “Please do not buy these kids another toy” Does any of this sound familiar? Think outside the “big box” this Holiday season. Create a perfectly personalized gift for the hardest people on your list to shop for. […]
It’s time to start bringing gardening and landscaping season to a close – here is a great checklist of tasks; Looking for an activity to get the kiddos outside with you? Have them complete our Fall Scavenger Hunt!
In school, virtually, or home-schooled… no matter how your kids are learning, we’ve got some fun activities to add to the curriculum! Think about adding these projects to subjects like Science, Math, Cooking, Fitness, Recreation, and Art! Kid’s Gardening Remote Learning Lessons to Grow By is a FREE four-month program of weekly garden-themed […]
Join us for our 9th annual Pink Days Open House Weekend at GreenScapes! Our yearly fundraiser for breast cancer research has raised over $30,000 for several organizations to date, and we’re hoping to grow that number even more this year. Starting Friday September 25th through Sunday September 27th, stop into the Garden Center to browse […]
What makes Fall Fantastic for gardening and landscaping? Warm days and cool nights – great for new plant installations! More dependable rainfall – less maintenance for the homeowner. COLOR – you can’t beat the Fall foliage colors on trees, shrubs and perennial flowers. Opportunities for fun nature craft projects – just like this DIY Wreath […]
Proven Winners is know for amazing plants, and Garden Answer has all the.. well… answers! Now they’ve introduced CLUB SPROUT! Its a great resource for you to do projects with the kids. We’ll share all of the activities here for you to enjoy! Laundry Basket Strawberry Planter Instructions Pollinator Garden Instructions Miniature Garden […]
With the uncertainty in everyone’s lives right now, we hope to provide a sense of calm and normalcy. We’re happy to announce that we opened the Garden Center Monday April 6th, 2020. With the constantly changing regulations, any updates will be posted as they come in. In compliance with all State and CDC mandates, the […]
“Victory Gardens” were commonplace during times of war. People planted food gardens of vegetables, fruits and herbs at their private residences and community parks and gardens. These gardens were planted not only to supplement food rations, but also to boost morale. Gardeners can feel empowered by their contribution of labor and rewarded by the produce […]