Promotions & Special Offers

Promotions & Special Offers

Sale items for the week ending 1/21!!!!

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Lots of cool stuff on sale this week that will brighten your garden and bring in the butterflies and humming birds too. Red sage or Salvia lemmonii- native to New Mexico, these will flower all year feeding butterflies and hummingbirds. Mexican tulip poppies (Hunnmannia fumarifolia) flower from late winter through fall in sun or part shade. Low growing about 18″ – great from meadow gardens or perennial borders.  Hummingbird sage or Salvia spathacea- spreading ground cover with magenta spikes in spring and fall – and it’s called hummingbird sage for a reason- plant in shaded areas. Calylophus berlanderia or sun cups. This is a ground cover for sunny (and part shade) area that flower all year. The bees think they’re cool too.  Blue mistflower (Conoclinium colestinum) native to Texas but grows easily here in sunny or shady areas. An excellent nectar flowers for all butterflies and bees too!

Plus buy our ebook on butterfly gardening on Amazon for Kindle: Butterfly Gardening Simple and Practical- $4By Bob & David Sussman

And GET 10% OFF THE BUTTERFLY GARDEN PLANTS MENTIONED IN THE BOOK  PURCHASE OF EBOOK!!!

https://www.amazon.com/Butterfly-Gardening-Bob-Dave-Sussman-ebook/dp/B01H2OXRYM/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1473109932&sr=1-2&keywords=butterfly+gardening#customerReviews

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A note on pricing- our typical – 1-gallon plants sell for $7, with a and the 5-gallon plants $22 -with a few $2 to $8 higher that can be a little more challenging to get ready  for your garden. Except when they’re on SALE and they are even less!!!!!

 

Also, turn in your old nursery pots for credit against purchase – great way to get rid  of your trashy old pots and bring home new plants for the garden!!!

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