Monthly Archives: July 2013

Walk-n-Talk: Butterflies

On Saturday, July 20, at 10:00am, join Susan & Kristi for a discussion on butterflies. You’ll take a look inside our Caterpillar House and see caterpillars on their way to becoming butterflies. Our discussion will focus on our Native Butterflies and the plants they enjoy. We’ll...

It’s a boy!

Sagos throughout the Lowcountry are busy reproducing. As a result strange, alien-like, growth* is developing in the center of these “palms”. Each week customers come in to the garden center to voice their concern about this “growth” which has appeared on their sagos. After a bit...

It’s a boy!

Sagos throughout the Lowcountry are busy reproducing. As a result strange, alien-like, growth* is developing in the center of these “palms”. Each week customers come in to the garden center to voice their concern about this “growth” which has appeared on their sagos. After a bit...

Pots-of-Color: Waterlogged

Anyone in the mood for plants that can handle wet feet? These plants are perfect for planting in wet locations and will tolerate sunnier spots if given adequate water. The tropical foliage in a blue container will make a bold statement in the landscape or on...

Pot-of-Color: Just Peachy

This Pot-of-Color began with the selection of plants that created a stunning combination of color and texture. The terra cotta container was chosen after the plants. It is the perfect fit for this color combination. The Container: Vase-shaped Terra Cotta The Plants: For height: 1- 1...