Many stunning colors, forms, and sizes to choose from, including our 2015 Clematis of the Year, Sapphire Indigo pictured here. You’ll be enjoying luscious blossoms all summer with this radiant jewel. Read on for more specials.
Have you been wanting to plant up that walkway, edge a garden, or possibly clean up an area where little will grow? Now you can by taking advantage of this money saving special. You’ll find ground covers for sun, shade, hot, dry, wet, stomped on areas, or difficult to mow areas. Varieties include: Mazus, Creeping Jenny, Sedums, Clovers, Thymes, Blue Star Creeper, Bugleweeds, Sea Thrifts, Pinks, Erodium, Rupturewort, County Park Creeper, Irish and Scotch Moss, Veronicas and more.
Back to Nature Cotton Burr Compost is truly nature’s perfect soil conditioner. When properly composted, cotton burrs are an excellent food source for the beneficial soil organisms that help to make nutrients available to plants, aerate the soil, and help to keep harmful organisms and diseases in check. Cotton Burr Compost has excellent moisture retention characteristics and is prized for its ability to break up tight clay soils. Cotton Burr Compost can also be used as a mulch, where it naturally will incorporate into the soil. To grow a better plant, use Cotton Burr Compost.