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Spring 2018

HOSE & GARDEN

from your friends at Gardenwerks

F O L L O W on F A C E B O O K
F O L L O W on I N S T A G R A M
MARCH HOURS
Monday-Friday 11-5               
APRIL HOURS (starting March 31st)
Monday-Saturday 9-5
Sunday 10-4

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WELCOME BACK SPRING SALE

May 2018

Now is the perfect time to plan your spring planting! Whether it's a tree for some much needed shade, or a new perennial garden we are here to help you pick the right plant for your landscape. We'll have a great selection of trees, shrubs, perennials and grasses, just as soon as the weather allows for it. Stay tuned for specific dates.          20% DISCOUNT
 

MASTER GARDENER WORKSHOP

Saturday, April 14 @ Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds

Join us and Master Gardeners from around the state for this fun and educational event. We'll be hosting two of the presentations, Flower Containers & Xeriscape Design. As the snow finally fades, this will be a welcome day of garden inspiration for the upcoming season!

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SEED STARTING

Grow your own veggies

Fantastic variety of seeds is now available, including our favorite old standbys and some exciting new ones. Never started seeds? No problem, come by the shop to chat with one of our gardeners to get growing today!
VEGGIES TO START INSIDE NOW
Tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cukes, squash, melon, broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, cabbage and leeks.
OTHER GARDENING IDEAS
-Square Foot Gardening:  maximize your fresh veggie yield for those space limited gardens.
-Many veggies and herbs will grow happily in containers. Try a theme planting..."Salsa Dish"...include a Tomato, Pepper and Cilantro in one container.
-Remember to plant greens and other favorites every 2-3 weeks for consistent yields throughout the spring.
-Seed packages are oftentimes a wealth of information.
-Don't be afraid to mix your edibles into your existing planting beds. As long as plants have similar cultural requirements your veggies and perennials can create a stunning, and delicious, combo.

PLANT SPOTLIGHT

Pulsatilla vulgaris


Pasque Flower
Watch for this early blooming native covering the hills surrounding Helena. Velvety purple flowers with bright yellow centers emerge early in the spring followed by attractive silky seed heads that persist for many months. Easy to add to any sunny landscape, providing an important early season food source for pollinators. Requires well-drained soil. Drought tolerant once established.

NATIVE PLANT CLASS

Mark your calendars


Join us for an informative presentation on native plants. The focus will be how to incorporate them into your landscape with an emphasis on local pollinators.

Aimee Kelley of Great Bear Native Plants is a passionate pollinator enthusiast. Don't miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge of our native flora.

 
Saturday, May 5th @ 11am
GARDENWERKS

There is no charge for this class but please RSVP to Mae nursery@gardenwerks.com.
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