And when they have a sale, it’s a doozy.
Last year, I was skeptical…but then I rationalized that even if they only lasted a season, full sized specimens at what I would normally pay for annuals were still a bargain. Here it is: one year later and every one of those plants is thriving.
There hasn’t been a lot of exotic stuff this year, but if you’re looking to plant a hedge, or a sweep of grasses, you can do so without breaking the bank.
For instance, we keep going back for more of this Rainbow Leucanthoe to line a part of the drive.
At $2.99 each you can hardly go wrong.
I was charged with going back for three more and look what happened. I asked about the price of that variegated dogwood and was told it was $49.99…but then he said “you want it? you can have it for $25.” Deal!
While I’m not big on roses, I did like the color of this one, so I’ll tuck it away somewhere and have the stuff of fragrant bouquets.
Come for the sale, but look around the rest of the place while you’re at it. You might be surprised at what you find.
WHAT…there are agaves!?
Seriously? That huge dogwood for $25 is a steal! Lucky you. I bet you were jumping up and down. What is the grass you purchased?
Thanks for sharing !! 🙂 Nice haul!
I’m always amazed by their prices! Thanks for the heads up!
Excellent! There’s always SOMETHING I need there. Thanks, Ricki!
Loree~Not ON SALE, but bargains nonetheless.
Grace~Jumping up & down about covers it. I had been looking for lemongrass and that’s it in front.
Tamara~You are so welcome.
Peter~Even if the sale is over, it’s always worth looking.
Jane~Me too…I have a hard time driving by without stopping.
OK, I’ll be right over. Looks like you found some great plants. Good selection on the Rose–beautiful color.
Beth~If only…then you could stop by for a cup of tea. Wouldn’t that be fun?
I should have asked about those dogwoods! But when I went last I couldn’t have fit one in the car. Have to go back with the truck.
Evan~I had a lot of help getting it into the car. They are very accommodating there. The inventory changes quickly, so you really have to act fast.