September 1, 2018
Are you going to the Apple Festival this weekend? We were happy to help landscape Simple Life's tiny house display on Main Street!
They are doing impressive work, so please stop by to check it out!
And we are open all weekend, so please stop by the garden center after th...
April 2, 2018
Azaleas are blooming in Hendersonville, and we have a lot of spring color!
Azaleas perform best in areas with filtered sunlight. Their shallow root system and low tolerance to poor soil drainage make placement and care important. Partial shade under pine trees or strate...
March 20, 2018
Happy first day of spring!!
As proud partners of Spring, we can help you add color to your life with beautiful flowering trees, shrubs, and planters. We would even be happy to help with a fresh landscaping plan!
March 1, 2018
While we are waiting on spring flowers, early blooming P.J.M. Dwarf Rhododendrons provide a beautiful pop of late-winter color.
P.J.M. rhododendrons can be easy to care for if they are planted in shaded to partially-shaded areas - afternoon sun can burn its leaves - wi...
February 20, 2018
With their colorful late fall to early spring (depending on the variety) blooms and evergreen foliage, Camellias are a great part of any landscape.
Depending on the variety, Camellias can bloom in Western North Carolina gardens between late fall and early spring, so mi...
March 23, 2017
April Rose Camellias (Camellia japonica 'April Rose') is a lush evergreen shrub with large, formal double blooms.
Camellias thrive in part-shade, and many varieties (though not all) bloom Camellia 'April Rose' in cooler late winter/early spring conditions, when your gar...
April 7, 2016
With temperatures dropping so low tonight, we are preparing for the freeze the best way we can - by moving and covering EVERYTHING!
The garden center is looking very empty.
if you can't bring your flowering trees and shrubs inside, you can protect them by covering them...
March 21, 2016
Flowering Quince (Chaenomeles sp.) is one of the first shrubs to bloom in early spring.
Southern Living recently wrote an article advocating why the Quince blooms, both on the shrub and as cut flowers, are worth the thorns. They even suggest using the thorny bush as a...