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In recent years, the ponytail palm tree has become a popular houseplant and it is easy to see why. Its sleek bulb-like trunk and lush, long curly leaves make it visually stunning; and the fact that a ponytail palm is forgiving and easy in its......

Give a little MONEY this Valentine’s Day. Indoor trees are especially beautiful because they rarely grow inside. The Pachira aquatica is one such tree. It is virtually kill-proof, tidy and grows as large (or small) as you want them. They are also virtually immune to......

Join us at Countryside Gardens on Sunday, February 19th at 1pm  in our toasty greenhouse. Call for seating 722-9909. The first part of our class is observational. Participants will be able to see and learn about a variety of carnivorous plants. The class is FREE.......

Hand Grafted Weeping Pussy Willow trees arrive at Countryside Gardens. Enjoy inside till after frost date and then plant outside. Known as “The Tree of Enchantment”, the weeping pussy willow is among the most graceful of trees. It is connected with dreaming, intuition, emotion, enchantment, healing......

You don’t have to give chocolate this Valentine’s Day to the kids. Fun stuff at Countryside Gardens. Dog, cat, Butterfly and dinosaur bingo is just a start!  We also have gardening tools and gloves for kids, gardening puzzles, cards and more!  Stop in today and let......

We’re growing for you in 2017. Ellen is already taking orders for tomato and pepper plants for Spring. Visit us on Pinterest and check out our 2017 tomato and pepper boards. Call us with your wish list....

It’s not too early to plan your Spring garden. What a great way to beat the winter blues!  Come in today and enjoy reading our seed packets in the warmth of our greenhouse.  More seeds arriving weekly!...

Monarch butterflies everywhere are clapping their wings with joy at the news that the Perennial Plant Association has named Asclepias tuberosa as the 2017 Perennial of the Year. Butterfly weed produces lots of nectar and pollen, which is particularly attractive to monarchs, bees, hummingbirds and......