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    Our popular Customer Appreciation Card is re-newed each year and you can now do this online!  Benefits of having a Customer Card:  5% off most transactions, $5.00 off Workshops, free Seminars, Special Invitations, E-Newsletter with hints and tips and much more.  This year a portion of the card fee will be donated to The Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre. Your 2020 Customer Card will be in an envelope attached to your order.  Be sure to start saving with this first order by entering code 2020 in the coupon space at the check out!
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    A perfect mix for growing and repotting African Violets and streptocarpus.  5L bag
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    Algerian Ivy, also called Montgomery Ivy, is a large leaf ivy that is fantastic in planting projects or on it's own.  It performs best in partial sun to shade for the summer and can be brought indoors for the winter, as a houseplant. Two varieties/colours:  green or neon
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    Traditional bedding plant for edging sunny flower beds or popping in between other annuals or perennials for hits of delicate colour. White only.  6 cell jumbo packs
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    Baby Tut is the smallest of the Tut grasses.  Growing to approximately 24" in height it is a perfect Thriller plant for a small container (12"-16").  Whispy and textural, Baby Tut loves sunny locations; it will tolerate partial sun. The Tut family loves water and soggy roots.  In combinations it will steal water from other plants, so it works well planted in combos with plants that like drier conditions, like Geraniums or Meezoo. Tuts can also be grown as water plants, submerged in a pond.
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    Bacopa is a beautiful white trailing/spiller plant.  Each plant will grow to 18-24" and, in a mixed combo, offers brightness especially when paired with rich, darker colours.  Despite what the tag on the plant indicates, bacopa is best in partial sun as it does not perform well if constantly dry.  Partial sun locations do not dry out plants as quickly.  Bacopa likes soggy roots, so for best results, keep it well watered.
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    Uses are the same as sweet basil.  The tastes are the same. Extensively used in Italian dishes and Mediterranean cuisine.  Use fresh leaves in pesto, tomato salads, sauces, and pizza toppings.  Also used with meats, fish and chicken dishes.
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    A pretty specialty annual that spills over the edges of any planter it is in.  The bright yellow daisy flower is dramatic and performs will in sun or partial sun.  The fern-y leaves are a nice addition to this vigourous trailing annual. Deadheading of spent blooms is necessary to keep this plant tidy and blooming.
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    Sweet, juicy and dark, blackberries are super in fruit salad or just eating right off the plant.  Sunny spots are needed to grow these, with well draining soil. Columbia Giant - large berries with sweet flavour; a thornless bush Chester - winter hardy, large berries with great flavour, thornless bush
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    Delicious and healthful!  Blueberries are best planted in moist, well-drained, acidic soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. While blueberries are tolerant of shade, better crops (and autumn colour) are obtained in the sun. Northland - Mid season variety with very good hardiness and very good productivity. Bushes are vigourous, 1.2 m tall, compact and spreading. Berries are large, firm, dark blue with very good flavour. Desirable variety for cold regions since it will be easily covered with snow. Pink Lemonade - A stunning ornamental that bears delicious blueberries. This unique berry matures to a bright pink color and offers a flavorful treat. Chippewa - Chippewa produces sweet, medium sized, light-blue berries, with excellent quality. High-bush blueberries with high yields in short season areas. Blue Crop - A great blueberry plant for colder climates. Produces big clusters of large, all-purpose berries — perfect in salads or pies, or served with cream.
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    A timeless classic!  Ontario grown Boston Fern Hanging Baskets are super for shady spots or areas with only a few hours of dappled sun.  Lovely on a porch - and easy care!  Water daily (in the heat of the summer) for best care. Can be taken in for the winter and grown in a bright window BUT be aware, they are messy (leaf drop) during this time in our dry homes.
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    This variety of Browallia is a trailing/spiller plant reaching 12-14" in length.  Tiny blue flowers spill 0ver the edges of any container it is added to; best grown in partial sun to shady locations.  Plants do not require deadheading for continuous bloom.
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    A porous mix containing some sand which allows for good drainage required by cactus and succulents.  5L bag
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