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Hosparus Health
We are blessed to support the annual Hosparus Health Tea and Auction held at the Pritchard Community Center this year. 
The theme will be Denim and Diamonds, and tickets ($30) sell out fast.
Reserve your seat today for the Saturday, March 23 from 2-4pm. 
 
Originally Published on Wednesday, February 13, 2019

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New Product
New for 2019!!!

It's thought that this little bean with a long name originated in Italy in the 1700s. A delicious addition to your favorite soup or chili recipe, the centuries-old Taylor Dwarf Horticultural dry bush bean is quick to mature and enjoys a long shelf life when stored in a dry, cool place. They are a pinkish tan when just picked and then turn to a light brown streaked with burgundy when dry. Bush bean plants grow to be about 2-3 feet in height and yield several pods per plant. They're great for gardens and raised beds, and require fewer nutrients from the soil than other vegetables. When growing dry bush bean varieties, you leave the beans in their shell to dry after the pods reach maturity. Once dry, the beans can be shelled and then stored for a year or more (in a cool, dry place). Taylor Dwarf Horticultural dry bush beans are ideal for use in your favorite soups, chilies, and other hearty recipes. A protein powerhouse, these beans are rich in fiber as well as key vitamins and minerals. They contain isoflavones and phytosterols, said to help prevent and fight cancer. They're also a low-cholesterol, complex carbohydrate. Believe it or not, these beans are equal to foods like eggs and cottage cheese when it comes to packing a lot of powerful protein per serving. And they can also be ground into bean flour, which is naturally gluten-free.

Planting Depth 
11/2-2 inches
Seed Spacing 
3-6 inches
Row Spacing 
24 inches
Space After Thinning 
3-5 inches
Days To Germinate 
7-14 days
Days To Maturity 
70-80

Advantages 
Good for Containers

Price per package $2.99
Originally Published on Tuesday, February 19, 2019

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Mexican Sunflower
If you had the opportunity to visit the Pritchard Community Center Arboretum last summer, when the Mexican Sunflowers were in full bloom, you were dazzled by their beauty. Tithonia’s bright orange flowers and tall plant habit make it a real show stopper in the garden. Very drought and heat resistant. Produces a bushy hedge in a single season with flowers beginning in midsummer. Very easy to grow. Attracts pollinators. We sell out early on this seed. Reserve yours today!!
Originally Published on Thursday, February 21, 2019

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Cole Crops have arrived!!
These plants are locally grown, and support a small family business. 
We appreciate your support of our locally family owned business too,
Spring hours will change beginning the last week of March, and on the 25th the hours will be Monday-Friday, 8-5 Saturday 8-4.
 
Originally Published on Friday, March 15, 2019

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First Day of Spring!
We are having a “Spruce Up For Sping Sale”
Save $10.00 on Green Velvet Boxwoods in 2 gallon containers
Save $20.00 on Mr Bowling Balls regular price $59.99
Save $30.00 flowering Dogwoods regularly $99.00
 
Sale ends April 5th 
Originally Published on Wednesday, March 20, 2019