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  • May 14, 2016 11:29:08 AM EDT 0 Posted in Container Gardening Annual Flowers By Heidi Grasman

    A Sunny Annual StatementSpring is almost here and many of you are probably thinking about your garden(s) or landscaping. An avid gardener is always thinking of ways to add a new garden area or to freshen up their current landscaping. While touring Four Star Greenhouse during the summer of 2015, I observed a beautiful idea for an annual landscaping trio. Graceful Grasses® 'Fireworks' Pennisetum, Supertunia® Bordeaux Petunia, and Luscious® Pinkberry Blend Lantana are three beautiful choices to plant together to make a colorful statement with movement in the landscaping.

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  • May 4, 2016 11:40:27 AM EDT 0 Posted in Heidi's Plant Picks Succulents By Heidi Grasman

    Succulent Ball PlanterSucculents are so popular right now for any age group. Whether for home décor, the office or even in your dorm room or apartment, succulents are easy to grow and fun to have around.

    Garden Crossings has just released a large selection of succulent planters with a wide assortment of colors and textures.

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  • April 17, 2016 11:42:06 AM EDT 0 Posted in Garden Perennials By Heidi Grasman

    Panicum Cheyanne SkyWe always think about adding color to our gardens, but why not add texture also? Wouldn’t it be fun to hear people ask, “Wow, what kind of grass is that in your garden”? Why not add movement, rich color, and texture to your garden? Try Panicum virgatum Prairie Winds™ ‘Cheyenne Sky’.

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  • April 14, 2016 2:52:29 PM EDT 0 Posted in Annual Flowers New Plant Varieties By Heidi Grasman

    Enjoy the Charm of SupertuniaⓇ Daybreak Charm

    SupertuniaⓇ Daybreak CharmNothing is more welcoming than the beauty of a vibrant sunrise at daybreak. Take that beauty to the garden with the vibrant color of SupertuniaⓇ Daybreak Charm Petunia. This Charm series of SupertuniaⓇ displays colors as vibrant as the sunrise, The bright pink flowers with a sunshine yellow center that is separated by a thin white margin. A refreshing mix of color to add to your garden, plant by itself, or in a combination container or hanging basket of your choice. This new 2016 annual is a favorite of mine

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  • April 7, 2016 3:13:24 PM EDT 0 Posted in Garden Perennials New Plant Varieties By Heidi Grasman

    Add a Splash of Sunshine and Happiness to Your Garden

    LI'L BANG™ CoreopsisYou may be familiar with the Big BANG™ series of Coreopsis, which offered excellent disease resistance, and habit, we now introduce the LI'L BANG™ series which offers new and improved colors, a compact habit about half the size, and long lasting blooms. The LI'L BANG™ series is new for 2016, and with it comes 4 exciting new varieties: ‘Starlight’, ‘Red Elf’, ‘Daybreak’ and ‘Enchanted Eve’. All offer a distinct different color option, with the compact stature.

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  • March 27, 2016 3:15:18 PM EDT 0 Posted in Garden Perennials New Plant Varieties By Heidi Grasman

    Hardy Hibiscus For Northern & Southern Gardeners Alike

    Hardy Hibiscus For Northern & Southern Gardeners Alike“What is that flower?” is a question that I often get asked when people see these huge flowers in my garden. When my answer is a Hibiscus they often feel let down, let down because people often associate Hibiscus with the tropical kinds that can only be grown in the South.

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  • March 17, 2016 3:43:20 PM EDT 0 Posted in Flowering Shrubs By Heidi Grasman

    Planting and Baking with Elderberry

    Black Lace™ Sambucus ElderberryWhen you decide to plant a shrub, you are more than likely thinking about a shrub that will last for quite some time or one that will provide some type of interest in your landscape. With Black Lace™ Sambucus you will get those benefits as well as an edible treat. If you enjoy planting and baking, you will enjoy this Proven WinnersⓇ Color ChoiceⓇ Flowering Shrub.

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  • March 17, 2016 3:24:42 PM EDT 0 Posted in Flowering Shrubs What's Blooming By Heidi Grasman

    Be Inspired

    Inspired™ BuddleiaIf you love butterflies and hummingbirds and want to attract them to your garden, butterfly bushes are your answer! With several varieties and colors, you can select your favorite color or colors and enjoy watching butterflies and hummingbirds flock to your garden. There are three larger sterile varieties that will bring fabulous color, scent and attraction to your garden.

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  • March 2, 2016 3:44:43 PM EST 0 Posted in Flowering Shrubs Landscape Plantings By Heidi Grasman

    This Little 'Miss' Has A lot to Offer

    Butterfly Bushes 'Miss' seriesIf you look closely (at the white flower) you will notice one of my favorite creatures that come and visit the garden, a hummingbird! Are you looking to attract more fluttery friends to your garden this summer? Let me show you 3 of my favorite ‘Miss’es.

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  • February 29, 2016 8:46:19 PM EST 0 Posted in Press Releases By Rod Grasman

    Plant Your Very Own!Container Gardening Open House

    Spring is in the Air at Garden Crossings!!!
    Garden Crossings would like to introduce you to Spring a little early. We would like to invite you to our seventh annual Container Gardening Open House on Friday March 25 from 5pm-8pm and Saturday March 26, 2016 between the hours of 10am-2pm. Tell all your friends. No, better yet, bring your friends for a couple hours of fun.

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