09 May 2017
Kids are back at school, leaves are starting to change, Pumpkin Spice everything is EVERYWHERE, this must mean fall is near. Hardy Mums, Ornamental Cabbage and Kale, Aster, and late blooming Montauk Daisies are the perfect accents to your fall and spooky decorations.
Whiteford Greenhouse offers 43 varieties of daisy and decorative flowering hardy Mums. They bloom in just about every color of the rainbow; bronze, yellow, coral, white, orange, red, purple, lavender & pink. We grow many different forced and natural timed blooming groups of Mums, blooming during weeks 37-42. Timing the bloom time of fresh new plants ensures beautiful fall color for 4-6 plus weeks during September 11 through Mid to late October in to early November.
Tips for Mum SUCESS!
Ornamental Cabbage & Kale
Electric purple and snow white veined through frosty shades of blue green, offer eye-popping fall and winter color. Cabbage and Kale is the best option to fill your patio pots and window boxes during the cooler fall months. Thriving in near freezing temperatures the cooler it gets outside, the more vibrant the purple and white centers and veins of the cabbage and kale will become. The gorgeous colors will last you until you are ready to fill your pots with fresh boughs and branches for your winter holiday decor.
A perfect accent hardy plant to tie in to your fall decorations. Complements nicely with Hardy mums and Cabbage and Kale. Long fall blooming purple and periwinkle daisy like blooms.
Or Nippon Daisy ‘Nipponanthemum nipponicum’ Latest blooming shasta type daisy. Low maintenance, full sun, butterfly attracting perennial. This cheerful fall bloomer also is noted to be rabbit-proof and deer-resisant. Making it to be very valuable deterrent in any fall garden and porch display.
Hellebore, also known as, Lenten Rose is one of our earliest bloomers! The nickname Lenten Rose comes from their early bloom time, right around lent! They are cold hardy & ideally thrive in full shade to part sun…. they don’t much care for afternoon sun. We love them because their color changes with the season! So not only do you get to enjoy them early on in the year, they feel like a new flower as their colors gradually change!
We were visited and interviewing by the Toledo Blade recently! Our head manager Mike offered excellent tips and foilage selections to have a yard that will live in harmony with your pets! It is possible!
Is your garden getting overcrowded? This four-minute tutorial covers how to properly dig, divide and replant your perennial to ensure excellent plant recovery and growth for the following year.