Fresh New Flowers

Just as we discussed last week, Happy first day of Spring – Rocky Mountain style!  We are thankful for the welcome moisture today and this past winter, but are you ready to move on to sunshine and warmer weather?  We are too!

Grown Fresh Pansies available now!  Brighten up your front porch with a colorful pot of flowers that love the cool, bright conditions of this time of the year.  Available in 6-packs or pre-planted containers.

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Since our Saturday morning Series of Gardening Classes have been suspended, we will offer the class info in the Plants and Gardening Trends section of our newsletter for the next several weeks.  Check out Vegetable Gardening Planning this week.

New Fresh Flowers

One of the best experiences of growing spring plants in the greenhouse, is the preview we receive when the very first annual flowers open on the newly planted container gardens and hanging baskets.  Some of the small starter plants already have flower buds when we plant them.  Most need a few weeks to settle in and grow before forming flower buds.  This is happening right now.

Every week a few more flowers open and show themselves to us.  Many are familiar, but many are brand new varieties for 2020.  So, we are especially anxious to see what they are going to look like in real life, as compared to their catalog photo.

We are also anxious to see how our newly designed combination of colors are going to blend.  Every recipe is reviewed each year.  Old varieties are discarded, and new varieties are inserted to keep the look fresh!  This is another way that Creek Side Gardens literally brings color to your life!

Next time your spring fever takes hold, stop by the greenhouses to see all the new flowers.  You too can experience the joy of discovering new, beautiful flowers for yourself.