Plant Sales

Save the Date! We will be taking part in the Suffolk Earth and Arts Festival on Saturday, April 27, 2019

Visit us at 3488 Godwin Blvd, Suffolk, Virginia 23434   

*Cash and Checks only*

These plants and more will be available at the plant sale:

Carolina Compost, 50 lbs, $15.00
Miss Huff Lantana

St John’s wort
Rose of Sharon
Crepe Myrtle
Creeping Jenny
Obedient plant
Meadow rue
Strawberry begonia
Chamealion plant
Spider wort
Lambs earsPhlox paniculata (Garden Phlox) – John Fanick & Delta Snow
Coreopsis (Tickseed) – Big Bang Galaxy
Vernonia lettermannii – Iron Butterfly
Daylily – All American Chief
Major wheeler vine
Mountain mint
Red hot poker
Snow on the mountain
Hosta (various)
Russian Sage
Chapel Hill Lantana
Stella D’Oro Daylily
Daisy Mums
Black Eyed Susans
Siberian Iris
Japanese Roof Iris
Louisiana Iris
Bearded Iris large
Heuchera Purple Petticoats
Heucheras Sweet Tea
Strawberry Begonias
Basil herb plants
Yarrow (White)
Obedient Plant (blue/white flowers)
Herb Garden (Greek oregano, Cilantro, Sweet Basil)
Herb Garden (Tricolor Sage, English Thyme)
Herb Garden (Peppermint and Sweet marjorum
Lettuce Bowls: 2 Pots = Red Oak Leaf and Simpson elite
2 Pots= Buttercrunch and Green Oak Leaf)
2 Pots = Gourmet Romain
Large pots prepared as native plant starter kits for gardeners who want to include native plants in their gardens. Includes Yarrow, Mountain Mint, Obedient Plant, Coreopsis, and sawtooth sunflower.



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