I’m so glad you’re here. Pull up a chair, grab your beverage of choice, and sit back and enjoy virtually travelling around my garden and my life through the Gardening Blog, then pop on over to the Boutique and buy yourself some gorgeous plants.
The plants you are buying are not the usual itty bitty tiny plants sold in online garden stores. Nope. These are the same size container plants you’d find at the brick and mortar garden centers. The difference is you don’t have to go to the garden center to get them because I’ll deliver them to you. Yay! Bella Jardins Boutique is based in McLennan county Texas and is a local online garden boutique, so the delivery areas are limited to only these seven central Texas counties: McLennan, Hill, Bell, Bosque, Coryell, Falls, and Limestone. Delivery is free for orders over $35 and is only $5 for orders less than $35.
If you’re outside of those counties and I have plants you want, you can always meet me in one of the counties for a plant drop off. You’ll need to get in touch with me prior to making your order to confirm details.
The Boutique will be live for plant buying the week of April 26. If you’d like to see a particular plant for sale, just let me know and I’ll see if I can find it for you.
Oh, and in case you’re wondering what the name “Bella Jardins Boutique” is all about: well, I wanted something different, and I’ve always loved the Italian word “bella” which means beautiful and the French word “jardins” which means gardens, so I put them together to come up with “Bella Jardins Boutique” which means “Beautiful Gardens Boutique.”
Thanks for stopping by. Now go on ahead and enjoy that drink while drooling over all the pretty plants.
Happy digging in the dirt …
Jeanni, Gibbs, and Ziva
Sweet Almond Bush
Botanical Name: Aloysia virgata
Common Name: Sweet Almond Bush
Very fast growing to 15′ tall x 15′ wide. Can be limbed up as a tree or left to grow as a shrub. Semi-deciduous to deciduous depending on how cold the winters get. Repeat blooms very fragrant white flowers spring till winter. The flower smell like almonds, hence the name. All pollinators love these blooms. I’ve seen hummingb…