More Photos from Our Community

Since we can't get to as many gardens as we'd like, we'll have to live vicariously through the photos club members have taken in February's, over the years.

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Sweet Caroline Raven Improved Sweet Potato, Superbells Grape Punch Calibrachoa
Supertunia Vista Bubblegum Petunia, Supertunia Bermuda Beach Petunia, Limoncello Supertunia, Denim 'n Lace Russian Sage, Full Moon Tickseed, Ruby Spider Daylily, Daisy May Shasta Daisy
Flowers of Formosa Azalea
Laguna Ultraviolet Lobelia, Superbena Sparkling Amethyst Verbena, Superbells Grape Punch Calibrachoa
Rockin Golden Delicious Pineapple Sage, in bloom
Violet Knight Sweet Alyssum, in bloom
Cinnamon & Sugar: After Midnight Sweet Caroline, Vertigo Grass, Supertunia Latte Petunia
  Infinity Pink Frost New Guinea Impatiens, in bloom
Taishan Orange African Marigold
Snow Princess Sweet Alyssum, in bloom
Rockapulco Purple Impatiens, in bloom
Pink Diamonds Fern-Leaved Bleeding Heart, Cherry Truffle Coralbells, Jack of Diamonds Siberian Bugloss, Queen of Hearts Siberian Bugloss, Hippo Rose Polka Dot Plant
Diamond Frost Spurge
Graceful Grasses Purple Fountain Grass
SUNSATIA Blood Orange Nemesia, Supertunia Latte Petunia, Superbena Royale Plum Wine Verbena
 Snow Princess Sweet Alyssum, in bloom
Safari Dawn South African Phlox
Supertunia Trailing Blue Petunia, in bloom
Butterfly White Pentas, Blue My Mind Dwarf Morning Glory, Superbells Pomegranate Punch
Flower of Rockapulco Purple Impatiens
Infinity Pink Frost New Guinea Impatiens, Corkscrew Rush
Graced With Lace: Illusions Garnet Lace Sweet Potato, Superbena Royale Peachy Keen Verbena
Snow Princess Sweet Alyssum, Supertunia Vista Bubblegum Petunia
Laguna Sky Blue Lobelia, in bloom
Illusion Emerald Lace Sweet Potato, Santa Cruz Begonia
Supertunia Vista Bubblegum Petunia, Tuscan Sun Ox-Eye Daisy, Infinity White New Guinea Impatiens, Senorita Rosalita Spider Flower
Superbena Royale Romance, Superbells Strawberry Punch Calibrachoa, Laguna White Lobelia
Formosa Azalea, in bloom
Flowers of Look at Me Astilbe
Cardinal Redosier Dogwood in winter
Flowers of Swan Pink & Yellow Columbine
Diamond Frost Spurge, Supertunia White Petunia, Daisy May Shasta Daisy
Flowers of Winky Double Dark Blue & White Columbine
Tuff Stuff Mountain Hydrangea, Colorblaze Apple Brandy Coleus
Safari Dawn South African Phlox
Live Oak
Prince Tut Papyrus, Pure White Butterfly Marguerite Daisy, Boldly Dark Red Geranium, Supertunia Black Cherry
Superbells Cherry Star Calibrachoa, Sunsatia Lemon Nemesia
Superbena Whiteout Verbena, Goldilocks Rocks Bidens, Stratosphere White Gaura, Superbells Holy Smokes! Calibrachoa, Fairy Dust Pink Cuphea, Diamond Frost Spurge, Silver Bullet Wormwood, Silver Falls Dichondra
Diamond Frost Spurge

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Field-Grown vs. Greenhouse-Grown Plants

Plants which are well-adapted to our local climate are most often field-grown (outside). Field-grown plants are generally cheaper and have the advantage of already somewhat acclimated to our cold winters, but that means they’re not artificially far along in the spring and tend to bloom at the normal time in our area.

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