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Springtime in the Rockies...

Springtime in the Rockies…

Springtime in the Rockies… Tulips in the snow.
Crocus - First sign of spring

Crocus – First sign of spring

For me, Crocus symbolize renewal and rebirth. They burst forth with exuberance early in spring, before much else has showed any signs of life. This year, they are especially symbolic of our journey since the September floods. These wee flowers are the first to show signs of life at the Greenhouse this spring and cheer...
December Tips

December Tips

Seasons Greetings and Happy Holidays from Gwynne’s!     Helpful tips for you: Inside Plants: Poinsettias are very popular during the holiday season.  They prefer moist soil that doesn’t dry out and consistent indoor temperatures, not dropping below 60 degrees at night.  When watering, remove the foil covering on the pot to let it drain because...
Tiger Lilies in Bloom!

Tiger Lilies in Bloom!

Botanical Name: Lilium tigrinum Common Name: Tiger Lily Native Range: Unknown Sun Exposure: Sun; protect from hot afternoon sun Description: Multiple pendulant orange colored flowers spotted with black appear in mid-summer. Thrives best in full sun; provide protection from hot afternoon sun so flowers will last longer. Grows 3.5 to 4 feet tall and 2.5′ feet wide at maturity. Deadhead...
Euphorbia x martinii 'Ascot Rainbow'

Euphorbia x martinii ‘Ascot Rainbow’

Ascot Rainbow Spurge | An easy-care, vibrant plant for your garden. Green and lime leaves are accented by colorful lime flower bracts in spring. With cooler temperatures, the leaves take on red, pink and orange hues.
Painted Poinsettias

Painted Poinsettias

Really, they speak for themselves. Painted poinsettias – fantasy poinsettias – are really stunning. And the spectrum of colors lets you pick the perfect poinsettia for your holidays. Limited quantities available. Hurry!

“The greatest gift of the garden is the restoration of the five senses.” ~Hanna Rion