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Friday, December 9, 2016

A busy Weekend Dec. 10th & 11th !

Greetings all, we will be busy as bees this weekend, as we have 3 great events happening where we will be set up !

Unfortunately, the blog software is preventing us from posting pics here today so let me just tell you about our events, and the plants.

First,  yes, we are restocked up on Mini Poinsettias - this cute little minis are the perfect decor for your home or office, and they make a great little gift for Holiday parties, co-workers and friends and neighbors this time of year.

Also back, we have gorgeous Pink Quills, in mini pots. The beautiful pink quill will produce a purple flower that smells like cinnamon.

Customers ask us all the time about whether this is a good time to plant and the answer is a resounding yes ! This time of year hosts great perennials for the garden that enjoy our cooler weather, and they are much needed nectar to bees and butterflies - Almond Bush, Delphinium, Foxgloves, Gaura, Lavender and Herbs.  And don't forget our special Maple Leaf geraniums.

We have new Mini Succulents and Cacti, along with some shade/house loving tropicals such as Calathea and Philodendron.

Don't forget our Passion Vines - the Lady Margaret especially, is just blooming her heart out.

So, here's where you can catch up this weekend:

Saturday, Dec. 10th - our home base of Saturday Morning Market, downtown St. Pete
Market hours 9am-2pm

Saturday, Dec. 10th - Pierce Street Market, on the waterfront of downtown Clearwater
Market hours 10am-4pm

Sunday, Dec. 11th - Annual Plant & Gift Sale at Florida Botanical Gardens, Largo FL.
Hours 10am-4pm.   There will be over 50 Plant Specialty vendors, along with Artisans, and the Gardens are alive with thousands of mini lights, so come for the show, then stay to tour the gardens at dark to really enjoy a spectacular light display.

Remember - we are available during the week, so call or email us to set up an appointment to tour our private home garden and see what we have in stock and for sale.

Mitch Armstrong Nursery

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