Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Market Season winding down and latest news !

(pic) Fiji Queen Hibiscus

Can't believe how fast May is going. After a very successful house and market sale last weekend, we are winding down our season...here's the scoop:

This Sat. May 22nd, will be OUR last appearance at the Saturday Morning Market, downtown St. Pete for the season. (The market will run till the very end of the month). We are always sad to see a market season end, and we will miss our vendor friends, but everyone is ready for a break !

That doesn't mean we won't keep working and be available to you! Although we are winding down on stock available for the summer, we will update our availability list every week, and you can call or email us for your plant needs, and we can make arrangements for pickup/deliveries.

After market this Saturday, we are preparing for a road trip to Hendersonville, N. Carolina for a Spring plant sale up there and are very excited at the prospect of seeing the mountains and feeling some gorgeous cool air. Hendersonville is a lovely town and is where Annie's parents retired many years ago, before their passing. This is our first time at the show, which is suppose to have 100 plus vendors with expected 10 thousand attendees..should be interesting !

Also, we will have another yard plant sale this Fri/Sat out in the Seminole area Fri/Sat.....look for the signs at 54th avenue north and 113th street (Duhme Road) intersection. This sale is held at one our faithful supporters house, so if you are in the area, or know someone out that way, tell them about it. We will be posting it on Craigs List too.

We may also pop up here and there at other places this summer, so keep checking our blog for any new updates.

Lastly, we still have plenty of lovely plants...here are a few of the goodies:

Hollyhocks (double flower hybrid)
Bananas, Figs and Peppers
Hibiscus
Grasses (Red Fountain/Bamboo Muhley)
Gallardia and other perennials
One gorgeous 10 gallon Crepe Myrtle (in bloom!)
Agapanthus
Sunflowers
Pipe Vines
Passion Vines (that have edible fruit)
and much more !

Thanks as always, to all our faithful supporters, we are so blessed that we are able to keep the business going after such a tough winter !

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