Spring Newsletter: Bareroot Perrenials … and an update!

We got our hands in the dirt a little early this Spring when we opened the doors to our greenhouse a week ago and potted up some bareroot perennials that we’d ordered for some clients back in March. Read all about bareroot perennials in our Spring Newsletter below and then keep scrolling for some photos of the crew playing in the greenhouse! Happy Spring!





It was raining and cold outside at first ….


Eliza mixing the ProMix with sand.


Laurie and Del filling pots.


A sea of pots wait to be planted.


Jess labels pots and enjoys some peeks of sunshine.




Temps in the greenhouse nearing 80 with the sun!


A week’s difference in growth for Echinacea ‘Mini Belle.’


With April shaping up to be unseasonably cold, we’re keeping a close eye on the them, especially on nights when it’s dipped close to or below freezing – but they should stay nice and toasty in the greenhouse.

We can’t wait to see these little beauties grow into healthy young plants!