Tuesday, September 27, 2005
Get an early jump on our annual FALL CLEARANCE. Sale runs Saturday October 1 - October 29, limited to supplies on hand - ALL SALES ARE FINAL. You can get an early list just by sending your request to Toni. you will need to be able to open an excel sheet. Everything from trees, to grasses, fertilizers, insecticides, and gift items. You will find different items at each nursery so plan to visit both!
Friday, September 23, 2005
Thursday, September 08, 2005
We are looking for sales people for Mission Hills Nursery and Moose Creek Nursery. If you have plant knowledge and enjoy sharing it with others we may have a job for you. Bring us your resume and the name of this plant, along with a strong back so we may schedule an interview. You must be able to lift 40# at the end of an 8 hour day regularly.
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
We are bringing in an additional variety of Christmas tree this season.
Nordman's Fir (Abies nordmanniana)
The Nordman has gained considerably in popularity as a Christmas tree, thanks mainly to it's excellent needle holding, glossy deep green foliage and very attractive shape. The needles, which point forward and grow round the branches are soft and thick with white lines on the underside. The bark is smooth and gray. This species has benefited greatly from extensive research into ideal seed provenance and growing methods, which has brought about a very good quality, high value tree.
Which Christmas Tree does your family or office like? Douglas Fir - Noble Fir - Fraser Fir or our newest variety Nordman Fir.
Sunday, September 04, 2005
Due to circumstances beyond our control we have to cancel our Tomato and Pepper tasting event which was scheduled for next Sunday September 11, 2005. We were looking forward to tasting the winter tomatoes and peppers. There will be no tasting but we have begun to get in some winter growing varieties. And our Botanical Interest seeds have been restocked with many varities of tomatoes
Thursday, September 01, 2005
Well summer is coming to an end, but you can still have the flavors of summer with Fresh Basil Pesto. Pick up plants now, make up your pesto and freeze it for later. Fresh Basil Pesto says summer even in the winter.
Not in the area than how about ordering your seeds now and grow your own little bit of summer