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Don't forget your bloomers!
Don't forget your bloomers!

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Due to inclement weather, we will be closed tomorrow, Monday, September 11. Stay safe.
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Starting now! GO!
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Our limelight hydrangeas are as high as an elephant's eye.... and it looks like they're reaching clear up to the sky...
#parkinglot #poetry
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8/15/17
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Did you know we do landscape design and installations? Please give us a call at 864-277-1818 to find out more!
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Our July hours are:
Mon - Fri: 9-5:30
Sat: 9-5
Sun: Day of rest. :) or Day of planting. ;)
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Our fabulous designer, Linda, put this pretty container together using the newest Michael Carr pottery and a selection of herbs and annuals. #justlovely #comeseeit
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7/6/17
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Our summer Michael Carr pottery is in!
oooooOOOooh! #frostresistant
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6/26/17
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Community Gardens! Please note that we are giving away all of our remaining vegetable plants to any community garden. First come, first served. Must be a charity/community garden. Help us spread this info the "community garden" community.

Project Host Meals on Wheels of Greenville Greater Greenville Master Gardeners Greenville Rec Thrive Upstate Greenville Forward The Greenville Chamber of Commerce United Ministries Miracle Hill Ministries United Way of Greenville County
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Spotlight on shrubs: Viburnum opulus "Sterile' or Eastern Snowball as you may know it. This lovely shrub reaches 10 to 12 feet tall as well as 10 to 12 feet wide. It's masses of pure white, snowball-like flower clusters make a showy display. The bright green leaves have a purplish-red fall coloring. This is a spectacular landscape specimen. It is deciduous, dropping it's leaves for the winter and LOVES full sun. They are located in our deciduous shrub area.
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5/16/17
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