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Sep 18, 2019

Fall in Love Sales Event

Mark your calendars for VerdeGo’s Fall in Love Sales Event! Friday 10/18 and Saturday 10/19 8:00am – 4:30pm VerdeGo Bunnell Garden Center 25% OFF EVERYTHING! • Sales • Food • Raffles • Giveaways • In-house Specials & more! Come on out and join the Fall Fun!

Plant of the Week: Plumbago Featured Image
Sep 16, 2019

Plant of the Week: Plumbago

Plumbago Plumbago is one of our favorite blooming shrubs! It grows 3’-5’ tall and wide. Showers and showers of blue flowers appear for 10 months out of the year! Plant Plumbago anywhere that receives at least 4-5 hours of full sun, the hotter the better! Plumbago are deer resistant and moderately salt tolerant. It is […]

Plant of the Week: Muhly Grass Featured Image
Sep 09, 2019

Plant of the Week: Muhly Grass

Muhly Grass Muhly Grass is a naturally growing grass in Florida- found in woodland areas, open fields and even along the roadside. It makes a beautiful addition to any landscape with the ethereal pink/purple masses of plumes it provides in early fall. Muhly Grass grows about 2-3 feet high and about 3 feet wide. It […]

Plant of the Week: Camellias Featured Image
Aug 26, 2019

Plant of the Week: Camellias

Camellias Camellias are a classic in the southern states. They have been around for centuries and provide beautiful winter color with gorgeous flowers that are available in a multitude of colors. Flowers are produced amongst a dark green glossy foliage. Camellias can be used as foundation plantings, accent plants or in clusters. They are fall […]

Plant of the Week: Fountain Grass Featured Image
Aug 19, 2019

Plant of the Week: Fountain Grass

Fountain Grass Fountain Grasses make wonderful additions to gardens by providing texture, movement and color. There are two main varieties that are common in our area- Red (or Purple) Fountain Grass and White Fountain Grass. White Fountain Grass Both these grasses grow between 3 and 5 feet tall and wide and thrive in Full Sun. […]

Plant of the Week: Bird of Paradise Featured Image
Aug 12, 2019

Plant of the Week: Bird of Paradise

Bird of Paradise The Bird of Paradise is semi-tropical so when they are smaller it is advisable to protect them from cold temperatures. There are two very popular varieties of Bird of Paradise common to this area: Orange Bird of Paradise The first is Orange Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia reginae) which is known for its […]

Plant of the Week: Crape Myrtles Featured Image
Aug 05, 2019

Plant of the Week: Crape Myrtles

Crape Myrtles Crape Myrtle is a highly popular Southern tree that produces multitudes of blooms every summer. There many varieties and colors that grow to different heights and sizes so plan your space and choose a tree and color that will meet your needs. Crape Myrtles are deciduous and drop their leaves in late fall […]

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Jul 30, 2019

2019 News-Journal Best of the Best – Vote for Us!

Fellow Gardening Members, The News-Journal is hosting it’s Best of the Best Volusia/Flagler awards and we have been honored to be nominated in 2 categories – Garden Supply/Center and Landscaping Company. If you have a spare minute, please click on the link below and give us a quick vote – it’s easy to do! Thank […]

Plant of the Week: Bottlebrush Featured Image
Jul 29, 2019

Plant of the Week: Bottlebrush

Bottlebrush The bottlebrush plant is a must for gardeners looking to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The botanical name is Callistemon Citrinus for the more popular Red Bottlebrush. Named for its distinctive flowers, this evergreen has bright red flower spikes that are reminiscent of a bottle washer. The multi trunk (or bush form) of bottlebrush is […]

Plant of the Week: Ixora Featured Image
Jul 22, 2019

Plant of the Week: Ixora

Plant of the Week: Ixora Ixora is a great tropical flowering plant that will provide bright color as a foundation plant, accent plant or in a container. There are two types of Ixora- one variety grows larger and the other is a dwarf form. All Ixora are very salt tolerant and the deer usually don’t […]