Pansies and Mums for Fall 2012
At Stanley’s Greenhouse, we have a long history of “growing together” with our customers. It’s not only our business, but also our passion. Over the years, we’ve dedicated ourselves to offering market-leading varieties of flowers and plants to our customers. With that in mind, we are pleased to offer many beautiful and improved mums for fall color.
“Yolanda” is a soft yellow mum with a slight infusion of bronze. “Vanna” is, you guessed it, snow white. “Dazzling Stacy” offers a daisy-like flower with a vibrant, eye-catching orange color. “Brandi Burgundy” has excellent color retention on mounded plants. These are but a few of the new selections available this fall at Stanley’s and this year’s crop looks excellent! Remember, our plants are not shipped in from some far off location, but grown right here on site in South Knoxville!
Pansies, Violas, and Euphorbia for 2012
In these recessionary times, customers are looking for value in their discretionary spending as never before. Rest assured, when purchasing pansies and violas in the fall, you are making a very good investment. These plants will give the gardener color from fall through spring. That’s right, the freezing winter temps do not faze these survivors in East Tennessee!
Pansies and violas are by far the most popular flowers to plant in the fall. Not only do they bloom in fall, but continue to add color and inspiration throughout the winter, the exception being the few sub-freezing weeks in mid January and February.
They usually bounce back and beautify the garden until mid April to May, at which time warmer season annuals can be planted. All of our pansies, violas, and panolas are grown on site here at Stanley’s. Unlike other garden centers where the plants are shipped in. Purchasing locally produced plants grown by professionals assures a quality product and decreases your carbon footprint, helping us all breathe a little easier.
See our Fall 2012 lineup of NEW Pansies, Violas and Panolas (with photos) by clicking this link (Acrobat PDF document, 280k filesize)
Bursting on the scene with unique evergreen foliage, new this fall we offer three varieties:
|Euphorbia “Blackbird” has velvety foliage that darkens to near black in full sun, which contrasts exceptionally well the late winter/early spring yellow-green flowers.|
|Euphorbia “Ruby Glow” also has dark almost black foliage with bright red new growth. Yellow flowers appear in March through May.|
|Euphorbia “Tasmanian Tiger” rounds out this trio of euphorbia for fall planting. It is a spectacularly colored, variegated foliage euphorbia. Tall pale green stems support cream white flowers with green bow-tie centers. All euphorbias are vigorous growers that are heat, sun, and drought tolerant.|
With present economic uncertainties it is necessary to seek out the most value for your dollar. With our locally grown pansies, panolas, and violas you get that.