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Spring Bulb

Now 40% OFF 

As temperatures cool, it's time to start planting spring flowering bulbs. Plant bulbs when day and night temperatures are no longer reaching above 65°F, and before the first hard frost. Let the bright leaves of fall inspire you to imagine how beautiful your garden will look in the spring! Planting your bulbs in clusters is a great way to concentrate color to make your flower bed pop. For a bright display, plant small bulbs, such as grape hyacinths, in front of taller growing bulbs, such as daffodils, for a two-toned effect.

We carry an outstanding selection of bulbs. Don't be afraid to experiment and try some new varieties.

 

Bulbs make the most striking display if you plant them in large groups. A large clump of one color attracts more attention than if you just plant a few here and there. Bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths require a cold period in order to form roots and, based on lighting and warmth conditions, will bloom in spring.

 

Plant these bulbs in fall before the first hard frost. It is best to wait until the outdoor temperature does not reach more than 65° anymore.

 

A fertilizing program helps bulbs stay healthy after they bloom their first year. Add Bumper Crop to enrich the soil and organic supplements to nourish your bulbs.

 

We recommend using Espoma Organic Bulb-tone on all new and established bulbs in both fall and spring. Bulb-tone is rich in bone meal, all natural, and long lasting. It provides a complete and balanced feeding.

 

 

25% OFF 

Cabbage & Kale

Friday, November 17 through Sunday, November 19

*Ornamental only - excludes cabbage and kale vegetable plants

For colorful and cold-hardy beauty, plant ornamental cabbage and kale in your gardens and containers. Their color intensifies as the temperature gets colder, making them an excellent source of color in the winter.

 

 



25% OFF Boxed Candles

Friday, November 17 through Sunday, November 19

Perfect for your Thanksgiving centerpiece or dinner table.

Mark your calendar's!

Your neighborhood Johnson's Florist and Garden Center, 

will be hosting our Christmas open house the day after Thanksgiving and all weekend. 

Look for info in next weeks email-news letter. 



Get a head start on your Christmas decorating

Fresh Christmas greens and garlands are now available. Our Fresh wreaths and garlands have the perfect mix to accent your Thanksgiving decor!

 

 

 

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