Grasshopper Perennials & Native Plants

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Grasshopper Perennials & Native Plants

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26 Apr 2020

A Month of Social Distancing

So it's been about a month I guess, and things are coming along fine.  Plant sales have been brisk actually and I'm trying my darndest to keep up. 

More seedlings have been started, the veggies are coming along, the annuals and herbs are waiting to be transplanted. Plant orders for the patented varieties are on the way... All we need are some warm sunny days and things will take off.

The cool rainy weather is a drag for most of us, especially my 14 year old collie, Jemma.  Hopefully, this week will feel better on her old bones.  

Let's bring on May and the bright warm days...these are the glorious days that make one glad to be alive.  Yeah, we will still be social distancing, but the beauty of mother nature is more noticeable now isn't it? Now that we've all slowed down a bit.


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17 Apr 2020

A New Way of Buying Plants

Seems like everyone is adjusting just fine to the social distancing requirements of our state.  We have been able to conduct virtual nursery tours with no contact with customers.  I can still answer your questions, still troubleshoot problems, still help you design your bed, all by using our smart phones.  Isn't technology grand!

Hopefully though, in a few weeks, this Covid-19 will peak and then decline and we can finally get back to normal.  But if not,we will adjust and continue with virtual sales.  And honestly, you can do virtually sales any time you want if you are so inclined.

On another note, we will be getting more and more plants onto the benches as the spring rolls into summer.  So keep watching our website updates.  And thank you to everyone who is making this another great growing season.

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4 Apr 2020

Normalcy During Covid-19

I'd say most of us are pretty aware of the global pandemic, if you aren't or are in denial, then, please pay attention.

This thing is no joke, but we are still trying to maintain a sense of normalcy in the nursery.  The plants don't know that we are dealing with Covid-19 and they still need to be started and cared for regardless of our problems.

So with that said, we are still working, still starting plants, and still offering plants for sale.  But we have changed a bit.

We are now only doing virtual selling.  We can walk you through the nursery via messenger or a similar app, or you can contact us and request plants.  Then we will send photos of the plants if we have them.  You can pick which ones you'd like and then we either put them aside for you to pick up in our parking lot, or we can deliver if you purchase $15.00 or more and are within 15 miles of the nursery.


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