• Big Annuals Sale

    6/24/19

    BUY ONE ANNUAL, GET ONE ANNUAL FREE!

    This includes hanging baskets, planters, succulents, herbs, vegetable plants, and more. Stop in SOON for the best selection!

    *Does not include perennials. All sales final. Cannot combine with other discounts or offers. Cannot be applied to previous purchases. Free item is equal or lesser in value.

     

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  • Annuals Sale!

    6/21/19

    Buy 2 annuals, get 3rd annual FREE! This includes hanging baskets, planters, succulents, herbs, vegetable plants, and more. We’re starting to clear out the Naperville greenhouse so stop by before the selection is gone! Details on our Coupons page. No coupon needed though.

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  • Rainy Weekend Special

    6/15/19

    BUY 2 VEGETABLE PLANTS & GET 3rd VEGETABLE PLANT FREE! BUY 2 HERB PLANTS & GET 3rd HERB PLANT FREE!

    No website coupon needed! Does not include tomato or herb planters. Free item is equal or lesser in value. Limited to stock on hand. Cannot apply to previous purchases or combine with other offers.

    Stop in and stock up!

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  • Lots of Gorgeous Hanging Baskets

    6/12/19

    We have a HUGE selection of hanging baskets at our Naperville Farmstand! In addition to these beauties, we have them inside the greenhouse as well. Don’t want the wire hook for hanging? Remove it and you have a gorgeous planter to sit on your porch or patio. Lots of color combinations! See you soon!

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  • Weather-Damaged Plant Care

    6/1/19

    We’ve had the wettest month of May in recorded history in Chicago! It’s not the kind of record we wanted to achieve this spring. Along with lots of rain, we had hail this past week at our Naperville Farmstand. Our outdoor plants took a beating! We closed our Oswego Farmstand (until mid-July) and brought all available stock to Naperville. The selection has been replenished! What do you keep on a plant after weather damage and what do you cut off? We did some research on this.

    For damaged leaves that are torn but still firmly attached to the plant, keep them. That plant needs nutrients from the sun. It will help with the plant’s photosynthesis = healing and new growth.

    For damaged leaves or branches that are dangling and barely hanging onto the plant, remove them. In photo, branch has serious damage. Nutrients from soil will not reach the rest of the branch.
    Snip off right below damage. Use scissors for a clean cut.
    Give your damaged and newly-trimmed plants some needed time. Baby them and give them extra love. They need it!

     

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