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COOL season vegetable plants are beginning to be ready. As "Mother Nature" cooperates, the list grows. Ellen is hard at work growing plants as she has done for over 25 years. Herbs and vegetables are her favorite and this year her thumb is greener then...

March 17th is St. Patrick's Day     Come on in for your Shamrock plants  The original Irish shamrock (traditionally spelled seamróg, which means "summer plant") is said by many authorities to bring good luck to the person who discovers it. We're ready as usual with St Patrick's Day flags, scarves,...

THIS BUD'S FOR YOU - The Paper Bush (Edgeworthia chrysantha) is blooming at Countryside Gardens. Flowers form in winter and leaves arrive in spring offering year round interest. This deciduous shrub has slow to moderate growth, yellow-brown bark with large ornamental leaf scars, drooping clusters...

New Shipment Just Arrived "Daphne" You smell it long before you see it. Suddenly, there it is. It doesn't look real and each dark green leaf is etched in white. Each stem is packed with leaves and bears a ball of rose-and-white flowers. Could that be...

Are you READY FOR THE FUTURE? ~ Will lighting your yard and our highways soon be done with plants? Starlight Avatar,’ the first auto luminescent plant, is about to hit the market from biotechnology company Bioglow. Not is mass production and certainly not at a...

Did you know roses are graded from 1 to 10. Here is where the old saying comes into play "You get what you pay for" so be mindful of an ad that says a dozen roses for $9.99.  At Countryside Gardens, our premium roses are...