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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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  • February 22, 2016 4:02:03 PM EST 0 Posted in New Plant Varieties By Heidi Grasman

    Great in Combinations

    Holy Moly SuperbellsHoly Moly!™ is what you say when something has a staggering effect on you. I love SuperbellsⓇ and their petunia like appearance. Actually, that is exactly what they look like, mini petunias. It is often hard to resist adorable little flowers and this new annual for 2016 will be one that you will want to add to your containers, hanging baskets and landscape or gardens. Let’s take a look at one of the new 2016 Proven WinnersⓇ annuals, Superbells® Holy Moly!™

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  • February 13, 2016 4:19:17 PM EST 0 Posted in Garden Perennials New Plant Varieties By Heidi Grasman

    Three New and Improved Dianthus in the Proven Winners FRUIT PUNCH Series

     FRUIT PUNCH® Dianthus SeriesExcellent habit, beautiful foliage and blooms that are breathtaking, all of which are attributes to the three new Dianthus in the FRUIT PUNCH® Series. New for 2016 ‘Maraschino', ‘Sweetie Pie’ , and ‘Cranberry Cocktail’ are perfect as a border, in mass or to add a splash of color here and there in your landscapes and gardens.

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  • February 1, 2016 4:35:23 PM EST 0 Posted in Flowering Shrubs By Heidi Grasman

    Flower Addition

    Pantone Color of the Year 20162016 Pantone Color(s) of the year, Rose Quartz 13-1520 and Serenity 15-3919 a great combination and easily found in the garden. One plant variety that come to mind that offers both of these great colors in potentially one plant is the Big Leaf Hydrangea. Creating a soothing sense of order and peace, the hydrangea offers a perfect balance for your garden.

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  • January 28, 2016 4:42:16 PM EST 0 Posted in Annual Flowers Landscape Plantings By Deb Klein

    Plant a Seed in A Child and Watch Them Flourish

    Toddlers in the gardenThe phrase I hear a lot of lately from my toddler is, “Me help”. The task can be making a meal, bringing in the groceries, or planting up a new combination in a pot, and the list goes on. How can I resist the sweet little voice asking to help? Kids of all ages love to play in the dirt. So why not include them in your planting and let them experience the joy of planting a beautiful arrangement that they can take pride in.

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  • January 17, 2016 4:53:29 PM EST 0 Posted in Container Gardening Garden Perennials New Plant Varieties Succulents By Heidi Grasman

    Hatching This Spring

    Chick Charms® Hen and ChicksGetting the 'coop' ready, Chick Charms® are here! We are so excited to introduce to you hand picked Hen & Chick selections that compliment each other as well as your garden. Drought tolerant and easy to grow it is time to start filling your 'coop'.

    New this year we bring to you Chick Charms®, a drought tolerant succulent that currently has 12 unique colors ad textures in the collection. Hardy in zones 3-9, Chick Charms® can virtually be grown is just about every garden. What makes this collection of Hens and Chicks unique? The time and trials that have been put into them. The plants selected for the Chick Charms® collection have been selected based on seasonal color, texture and the ability to look good Spring through winter.

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