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Yard Art

Yard Art

The colors bring happiness to the coldest and cloudiest of days! Come view our 2014 collection of yard art. *Swoon*
We are now open every day: 12 - 5 pm, Fridays and Saturdays 9 - 5 pm

We are now open every day: 12 – 5 pm, Fridays and Saturdays 9 – 5 pm

  Countdown to Spring!  Arriving Next Week: New houseplants, both blooming and foliage.  Celebrate the arrival of Spring by taking home something you can plant early: Violas and pansies – scheduled to arrive March 20th-the first day of Spring!  We are working hard to reinvent the Gardenshoppe within the Greenhouse.  Garden gift decor will soon...
Come to see us!

Come to see us!

  The Greenhouse is now open Every Day 12-5 and Fridays and Saturdays from 9-5. Hope to see you soon!
Welcome Back!  2013 Seeds Are Here!

Welcome Back! 2013 Seeds Are Here!

 Announcing our New Spring Hours: Open Daily 12-5 and  Friday-Saturday 9-5 Do you love getting your hands into the dirt?  Get a head start on Spring with Gwynne’s exciting 2013 selection of seeds and seed starting supplies.  Come by the Greenhouse this Friday and Saturday to check out colorful new seed varieties and old favorites...
2012 Fruit Trees

2012 Fruit Trees

We are super excited to announce that we are carrying fruit trees this year. The following is our availability (as of April 2012): Apple, McIntosh, Semi-Dwf Apple, Wealthy, Semi-Dwf Apple, Yellow Delicious, Semi-Dwf Apple, Yellow Transparent, Semi-Dwf Apricot, Moor Park, Semi-Dwf Cherry, Black Tartarian, Semi-Dwf Cherry, Montmorency, Semi-Dwf Peach, Hale Haven, Semi-Dwf Peach, Red Haven,...
More New Pottery!

More New Pottery!

Another shipment of pottery, arriving on the heels of the first, is now at last, on display. We are all in love with the fabulous Ikebana flower frogs. Orchid lovers should delight as well, as many orchid pots arrived with this shipment, including orchid pot sets – an easy way to display your favorite orchids...

“We come from the earth, we return to the earth, and in between we garden.”