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Plenty Of Petunias
Posted on April 09, 2021

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This week we opened four more front aisles in selling section A, allowing access to our first tomato and pepper plantings.  Please keep in mind that this does not mean that these are ready to be planted outside.  There are plenty of perennials to peruse through in sections F and G.  You'll still find a bountiful selection of Berries in section D along with all the other Hardy Vegetable crops, as well as some potted Rhubarb that arrived this week.  The second shipment of seed potatoes is also now available.

Our team has finally finished planting and hanging our 20,000+ hanging baskets and wallbags! They are available to purchase now, but we highly recommend waiting for more favourable, consistent weather.

Please note: our Mixed Hanging Baskets (Sun and Shade) will be available online ONLY, starting on the following dates:

• 12" Mixed $34.99 - April 23rd
• 16" Mixed Fibregow $79.99 - April 30th
• 14" Mixed Premium $44.99 - May 7th  

Looking forward to seeing you soon!
The Greenery Family

 

Plenty of Petunias!

 
 
This weekend we will complete our full selection of Super Trailing Petunia to be set up on tables C9 to C12. 
 
Be bombarded by colour with Colorblitz Blue Ocean and Lavender Shades.
 
Petunia Colorblitz Ocean Blue
Petunia Colorblitz Lavender Shades

The Dekko Series is a smaller flowering series that is most comparable to the Vista Series that the City of Kelowna uses in their hanging baskets. This series has a better colour range with full-flowering habits, much like you see around our city.

How many stars can you find? The now infamous Night Sky petunia has started its own line of starry/speckled petunias. The new Splash Dancer series, as well as Surprise Sparkle series, adds more selection to these mesmerizing Headliners. The new varieties are sure to amaze and delight.
 
Petunia Surprise Sparkle Red
Petunia Surprise Sparkle Magenta
Petunia Starry Sky Burgundy
Petunia Night Sky
Well, aren't these new trailing petunias the Bees Knees! After trialling this bright yellow petunia last season, we have moved it from our mounding section to the trailing section as we found it to be quite a vigorous grower.
 
Endure the summer heat with the new Durabloom series. Bred for summer performance to last through the hot, dry summers and maintain their colour without fading.
 
 

Perennial Paradise

 

Our selection of perennials is completely set up in the proper location now.  Choose from hundreds of Perennials for Sun, for Shade, for Rock Gardens and for Ground Covers.  Now is a great time to plant new perennials to give them time to get established before the weather gets too warm.

Choose from a selection of:
Aubrietia 
 

Hardy Perennial Cactus!

 

We have a nice collection of perennial Cactus that is hardy for our area.  These are Cactus that we received as pups from a collector in the Oliver/ Osoyoos area, and we have slowly rooted and built up stock.

 

More Seed Potatoes

 
Our shipment of Seed Potatoes from Abetkoff Farms in Grand Forks has arrived.  There are 5lb bags of Yukon Gold, Warba, Norland, Kennebec and Chieftan (a scab-resistant improvement of Pontiac) as well as others available.

There is still a great selection of Gourmet Seed Potatoes, including Banana, French Fingerling, and Blue Russian, as well as Organic Seed Potatoes all in bags and boxes located upfront around the corner from table A1 South.

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