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Friday, May 19, 2017

Succullents in St. Pete at Market this weekend !

It's going to be a another beautiful Succulent Heaven Day at Saturday Morning Market this weekend. We've got new items and plenty of your favorites too.

We also have beautiful Bougainvillea and Mandevilla that love the heat  and sun of this time of year and will give you great color all summer long. Along with those, we have lots of other cool exotics for sun or shade, especially our new Desert Rose hybrids.  

This Saturday, will be "our" last day for the regular Market season at Al Lang Field (the Market goes through May 27th) but you will be able to find us on Sat. June 10th, as we join up with the Williams Park Summer Market, Downtown St. Pete.

We love Summer Market under the Towering, shady Oak Trees of Williams Park, and 50 plus of your vendor favorites will all be there from the 1st of June till the end of August.

Williams Park Summer Market is in the lovely renewed park, bordered by 3rd and 4th streets north, between 1st and 2nd Avenue north. There is plenty of parking surrounding the park area and you will find great vendors, live music and lots of good Eats.  Summer Market hours are 9am-1pm.

A note to our Southern customers and friends around the Punta Gorda area - Although we are not setting up there this year,the Annual Hibiscus Festival is taking place this weekend  and we hope you turn out to support it. Since the popular Gilchrist Park is undergoing renovation, the event had to be moved, and, is only a Friday/Saturday event this year.  The festival is in nearby History Park (the same park that hosts the weekly Sunday Farmers Market). The event runs today (Friday) and Saturday. We will miss seeing everyone this year and hope to return for the event next year in Summer 2018.

Well, we hope to see you at St. Pete Downtown Market tomorrow where you can catch some great deals, and don't forget to put the Williams Park Summer Market on your calendar as we continue to bring you lovely plants for your homes, offices and gardens all summer long.

We are very grateful for your loyalty and support !

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