Bring color and life to your garden

 Most often, when we think of color in our garden, we imagine the spring and summer seasons.  However, winter landscapes can be surprisingly vibrant when filled with plants that really shine in the cold weather! Here are some plants that bring color and life to your yards and gardens.

Pansies & Violas
  •  Colorful and long-lasting
  • Great selection of different colors
  • Large, showy blooms
  • Full to partial sun
Helleborus ‘Jacob'
  • Perennial 
  • Has a white bloom that will turn light green as the flowers age
  • Large, slightly fragrant flower 
  • Soil should never be dried out
  • Partial to full shade
  • Deer Resistant
Primula
  • Provides great intense color in pots, window boxes and beds
  • Partial to full shade
  • Blooms late winter to early spring
Camellia Japonica, Nuncio's Gem and Pearl
  • No pruning is required except to shape the plant
  • Bright filtered light is best
  • Deep lustrous green foliage 
  • Evergreen 
  • Spectacular double blooms
Daphne
  • Evergreen, with glossy foliage
  • Pale pink or white blooms appear from late January through April
  • Intensely fragrant
Witch Hazel
  • Large deciduous shrub
  • January through March fringe-like blooms appear along the stems; sweet fragrance. 
  • Full sun to part shade. (The more sun it receives the more flowers it will produce.) 
FREE Class this Weekend!

Gardening Indoors: Houseplants for a Healthy 2015

Saturday, January 24 (9 AM) Join us for a free class to learn about gardening indoors that will cover choosing houseplants, planting and care tips, and their overall benefits. 

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