Dear Hydrangeas PlusŪ Newsletter Subscribers!
Welcome to March 2014. Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all
We are having a beautiful spring here in Oregon. Hydrangeas are
breaking out with their spring foliage in some beautiful colors.
Visit our Facebook page to see a few of the latest photos.
It is time to start thinking about fertilizing the hydrangeas. We
recommend a balanced, time-released fertilizer so that the nutrients
are released over a 3 or 4 month period. We sell a great one on
our website as well as a great aluminum sulfate product and garden lime
to sweeten your soil. I can ship amendment only orders cheaper
than the website calculates via USPS Priority Mail so email me
specifically for a better cost of shipping.
Orders are coming in quickly so order early and don’t miss out on those
special varieties. You can order now but ship later. If
something is out of stock, please email me and I’ll let you know if and
when I expect it back in stock.
Retail hours this month
Our first retail event at the nursery is coming up soon. The
annual Spring Break Sale March 28th & 29th with hours 10am to
3pm. Come buy those hydrangeas that are on your plant list before
the local nurseries even have them in stock.
At the Spring Break sale on March 29th, I have again invited several
specialty nurseries to come and sell with me. Joining me are
Sebright Gardens and Dancing Oaks Nursery. Here is a little
information about them…
Sebright Gardens http://www.sebrightgardens.com
carries several hundreds of varieties of shade loving plants – not
limited to hosta, fern, and epimedium. Their nursery opens in early
April so come see a preview of their 2012 fabulous plants. Sebright
Gardens is also a mail order nursery so visit their website.
Dancing Oaks http://www.dancingoaks.com
is a destination nursery nestled in the foothills of the central
Willamette Valley and grows unusual trees, shrubs and perennials from
all over the world. Their plants are also available via mail order.
Come join us. Hours are 10am to 3pm on Saturday, March the
29th. Our address is 6543 S.
Zimmerman Rd – Aurora, Oregon.
The date for Gardenpalooza is April 5th this year. Come join us
at Fir Point Farms from 8am to 4pm. The address is 14601 Arndt Road in Aurora, Oregon (97002).
The farm was purchased by Country Grains so expect wonderful fresh
culinary treats, warm drinks if it is cold, cold drinks if it is warm
and over 40 different garden items and plant vendors. Do miss the
cinnamon rolls and donuts! Soups are all delicious and the
sandwiches are great.
We will be in the greenhouse again so don’t miss us. As
always, I am willing to bring you special varieties to Gardenpalooza if
you just ask! Tell me size and variety and it will magically
appear for you!
Facebook & Twitter
Check us out on both social media applications – you never know when
there will be breaking news in the hydrangea world. We have
almost 43000 fans on Facebook now. Visit our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/hydrangeasplus
if you haven’t already. We announce give-aways, specials and
helpful hints and tips often. Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/hydrangeasplus.
Free Shipping special – Coupon code FREE
It is that time of year to offer Free Shipping on orders over $200. For
those of you in colder zones, please know that you can specify a later
shipping date and still get free shipping in April, May or June.
This offer is good just through Monday, March 31st. Orders must
ship before June 24th, 2014 and is good to US addresses only and is not
retroactive to orders placed before today!
It’s a coupon code and if you have trouble using the coupon just let me
know. Use the coupon code, FREE
(below your shopping cart) once your order has reached $200. You
won’t be able to see the coupon is accepted and in effect until your
reach the check out stage. If there is an error with the coupon,
you will get a purple box at the top of your shopping cart that says
‘you have entered an incorrect coupon code!’. But again, if
you have trouble, just email or call and I can fix it for you.
It is a good time to consider transplanting any of those hydrangeas
that may need a little more sun or a little less. When the
hydrangea is dormant or mostly dormant, it is a great time to move
these shallow rooted plants. Just be sure to get lots of the
lateral roots and water it well in its new home well.
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