Cyclamen are now in stock! These flowers are fan-favorites and thrive in the cool weather of fall and winter. They can come back year after year too!
Garden Mums are available! Choose from Quart, Gallon, and 14" Monster Mum sizes. Many colors in stock! Hardy plant that flowers in the fall, and can come back up next year!
Choose from a great selection of Pansies and Violas! These hardy flowers can bloom all winter and into the spring, and are very low-maintenance!
Fall is planting time. Not just for bulbs, but also for annual vegetables too. In fact, it's likely a better time than spring. Here is why...
In spring, the soil warms up much more slowly than the air. Cold soil can shock the plants and set them back weeks. In fall, the soil temperatures are warm. Warm soil promotes fast, strong root growth allowing annuals to establish before winter.
Warm daytime and cooler night do not stress plants, allowing them to quickly overcome transport shock and easily become established.
Planting in October still gives plants a long time to get settled before the first frost which usually comes in December or January. Insects and other garden pests such as slugs are also becoming less active and will die or go dormant.
Shorten your spring to-do list by planting now, starting with these flowers...
Tulips come in various colors and heights. They are classified by their bloom time. The early season variety is the shortest and mid seasons are taller and so on. It is recommended that you replant these bulbs one every year or two.
Daffodils are also known as Jonquils and Narcissus. They come in many different colors and shades. They can bloom at different times of the season, but really thrive in early spring. These bulbs get better each year.
Park Greenhouse has 4 talented staff members that love gardening.
Nikole has been with us for a year now. She has a special gift in design and creativity with plants. Her passion is growing succulents. She has created beautiful designs such as fairy gardens, succulent wreaths, and driftwood with succulents. These pieces are available for sale here at Park Greenhouse. She will be teaching upcoming workshops that you won't want to miss!