Iowa gardeners are busy watering, weeding, and pruning to keep yards looking their best this summer. As you’re working in your yard, maybe you’ve noticed some holes in your landscape to fill, or perhaps some plants need to be replaced? Check out our July sales at the Garden Center, where we’re featuring a variety of plants, trees and shrubs.
Although we typically recommend planting in the spring, you can still plant in the summer. We recommend planting on days that are cooler and cloudy, and be sure to water plants well for the first two weeks after planting.
All sales are while supplies last! Click here for directions to the Garden Center.
Encourage butterflies to make an appearance in your yard this summer and fall with butterfly attractors. Save 25 percent on all butterfly attractors, including Butterfly Bush, Black Knight, Fourth of July, Lo & Behold (great for a tight space!), Miss Molly and Pink Delight, Butterfly Swamp Milkweed, and Fireball Bee Balm (which attracts both butterflies and bees). Echinacea/coneflowers in stock and on sale include Sombrero Orange, Sombrero Hot Coral, PowWow Wild Berry, and Pica Bella.
Hurry, this sale is limited to July 15-24 only!
Improve your ecosystem and increase your property value by planting a tree! We have a variety of container trees available, including the Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple, Hot Wings Maple, Red Fox Katsura Tree, and Red Oak. Save 25 percent on all container trees this month at the Garden Center.
Little Quick Fire Hydrangeas
Due to its small size, the Little Quick Fire hydrangea can fit into almost any landscape in a mixed border or foundation plant. With its blooming cycle nearly a month before other hydrangeas, you’ll enjoy an extended flowering season. Click here to learn more about the Little Quick Fire hydrangea, our July plant spotlight. Save 20 percent on the Little Quick Fire hydrangea all month long at the Garden Center.
Old Fashioned Lilacs
Lilacs are very hardy and require little maintenance as long as they receive proper pruning each spring. Be sure to dead head after each spring bloom. Learn more about the old fashioned lilac here. Save 40 percent on the old fashioned lilac while they last.