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Well hello there, my peeps. How’s everyone on this fine but cloudy day?? Ziva and I are wonderful, thank you for asking.
Today I’m adding into the Boutique the new plants we picked up this week: Pindo Palm; white African Iris; Drift roses in lemon, peach, red, and white; ‘August Beauty’ gardenia, ‘Nikko Blue’ hydrangea; Texas Compata Sage; Dwarf Wax Myrtle; Dwarf Cherry Laurel; Dwarf Powderpuff Bush; Fatsia japonica, and ‘Peter’s Peach Creek’ Sweetspire.
I’ve already updated the Boutique for the plants that were restocked: 3-gallon yellow Lady Banks roses and weeping Yaupon Hollies.
I found a good supplier for herbs, so I’m picking these up next week. Herbs can be edible, medicinal, and host/nectar plants for butterflies (that pic is of a Black Swallowtail on parsley), so I’ll put all the info I can about using herbs all of those ways into the description part of their pages.
- Italian, Sweet Italian, Purple Ruffles Basil
- Onion Chives
- Garlic Chives
- Fern Leaf Dill
- Fennel Onion
- Lemon Balm
- Apple, Mojito, Chocolate, Peppermint Mints
- Pineapple Sage
- Italian Giant and Triple Curled Parsley
- Tricolor and Garden Sage
- Lemon Thyme
- Rosemary ‘Histil Perigord’
Check this out, y’all. I got this notification this morning from WordPress, and it made me so very happy. I think my little business is doing pretty darn good considering I’ve only been open since mid-June. So many, many thanks go out to all of my customers. Y’all rock!!
When I started talking about opening an online garden center that specialized in native plants, I got a lot of negative comments back about how no one wants to plant natives. Well, I think y’all have proven all those negative people wrong. So I’m gonna keep focusing on natives so we can all do our part to keep the bio-diversity of our own little corners of the world going strong. Thank y’all so very much!
Happy diggin’ in the dirt.
Jeanni and Ziva
Bella Jardins Boutique
Beautiful Gardens Begin Here