Colder weather is here, our fall mums are all but cleared out, and it’s time to start thinking about the upcoming Christmas season! We’ve marked down select Christmas decor to 70% off the original price. Our greenhouses are full to the brim with huge poinsettias, some of which are just about to pop into color.
Hosanna Industries Festival of Trees held for the sixth year in a row at Quality Gardens is right around the corner! Bid on beautifully decorated artificial Christmas Trees, and enjoy live music and refreshments. The opening reception, limited to 100 people at $25 per person, is scheduled for Thursday, November 16th from 5-8pm. The event is free and open to the public on Friday, November 17th from 5 to 8pm and Saturday, November 18th from 9am to 3pm. Proceeds to benefit Hosanna Industries, a faith-based non-profit which helps provide for needy and impoverished members of our community.
Don’t give up on fall yet though! We still have plenty of pumpkins and gourds for all your fall decorating and Jack o Lantern needs, and Halloween Decor is now 20% off! Pick up some delicious Acorn Squash for $1.99 each or a bag of Feed Corn for the birds and squirrels for $4.99. There’s still a lot left at clearance prices in our woody nursery and perennial yard. It’s hard to believe the gardening season is almost over!
Starting Wednesday, October 11th, save on all remaining perennial stock. All quart perennials are on sale for $1 each, regularly $4.99, and all other sizes of perennials, starting at one gallon pots, are half of the original price. Add some last minute updates to your garden while the weather’s still nice!
Plus, enjoy savings on select nursery stock! Save 50% on all containerized deciduous trees, including Japanese Maples. Save 33% on evergreen trees and shrubs, such as Rhododendrons, Junipers, Boxwoods, Hollies, and more and 33% on Hydrangea of all varieties.
Right now is an excellent time to plant trees, shrubs, and many perennials. The ground is still warm from the heat of summer, so roots grow quickly. Cooler temperatures and fewer daylight hours mean new plants may not need watered as often as in spring or summer, plus a crisp, fall day makes for more comfortable gardening weather!
Summer is nearly officially over, and cooler weather is on the way. Fall foliage shrubs and trees are beginning to take on vibrant color, and perennial fall flowers are at their peak. Plus, hundreds of mums are blooming and soon to bloom in our mum field, and they’re going fast!
Fall doesn’t have to mean an end to gardening. There’s still time to add shrubs and perennials to your landscape or to grow cool weather veggies like kale. Early fall is also a great time to plant new spring bulbs like tulips, daffodils, and allium.
Fall decor is here! Add autumn accents to your garden and home with pumpkins and gourds, corn stalks, decorative corn, indoor decor, and more. Grab a Pumpkin Spice Latte at the Bloom Cafe and take a walk around to really get in a fall mood!