This Week’s Specials!
Perennials in quart pots – Buy One Get One Free (mix-n-match of equal or lesser value)
Moss Hanging Baskets – 50% Off
Roses – 25% Off
Select Pottery – discounted as marked up to 40% Off
Annual Bedding Plants in 4″ pots, paks, and flats – Buy One Get One Free (mix-n-match)
Tropicals – Buy One Get One Free (mix-n-match)
Hanging Baskets in 12″ fiber pots and 10″ plastic pots – 50% Off
Creeping Phlox in 8″ pans – 50% Off
Vegetable plants in paks and flats – Buy One Get One Free (mix-n-match)
6” Caladiums – 50% off
Seed potatoes – 50% off
Asparagus (bare root) – 25% off
Miscellaneous Garden Barn gift items – Clearance
While supplies last. No further discounts apply. No rain checks. Discount taken at register.
Annuals of the Week: Herbs
Delightful herbs invite you to arouse your senses with their beauty, texture, aroma and taste. Visits from pollinators make herbs sing.
All of our herbs add fascinating results to your garden and delectable results to your cooking. Some examples of our selection include basil, mint, rosemary, sage, thyme. Stop in to pick some up today.
Don’t go to your next barbeque without cuttings of your own fresh, flavorful herbs grown in your own backyard!
Perennial of the Week: Coreopsis
Coreopsis flowers are borne in great abundance above delicate, needlelike foliage. They seem to blend well with practically every plant we’ve tried. Colors range from pale yellow, pink, red, to bicolors. Their aster-like flowers begin late spring, early summer and continue till frost on many varieties. A quick shearing after their first flush will encourage new blooms. ‘Lil Bang Daybreak’ is an exceptional one which makes a superb front-of-the-border plant. These sun lovers are excellent in butterfly gardens and mass plantings. Coreopsis is also known as tickseed from the unusual shape of their seeds.
Come to the greenhouse to choose your favorite today!
Tree of the Week: Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis)
The Eastern Redbud is one of the first trees to bloom in early spring. Its spectacular reddish purple flowers sprout well before its leaves enticing early pollinators up for a feast. This native tree grows 20 – 25 feet tall and almost as wide. It prefers the more alkaline soils found in our area. Although an understory tree, it loves a sunny south-facing location.
Back by Popular Demand! Quantities are limited so come to the greenhouse to choose your favorite today!
Tree of the Week: ‘Ivory Silk’ (Syringa reticulata, Japanese Tree Lilac)
No one who has ventured through New Carlisle in spring can escape noticing these gorgeous trees once they bloom. Their fragrant, upright flowers glisten in creamy-white on panicles as large as a foot long! Growing 30 feet tall by 20 feet wide, this beauty prefers full sun and tolerates urban conditions.
Back by Popular Demand! Quantities are limited, so come to the greenhouse to choose your favorite today!
This plant makes a good choice for shady, damp areas, providing a spark of bright color where few other plants will grow.
We have beautiful Boston Ferns in hanging baskets and containers.
Add a touch of charm and elegance to your garden with roses!
Types like Drift, Climbing, Hybrid-Teas, Shrub, Knock-Out, and David Austin varieties in so many different colors. You’ll have to visit the greenhouse as there are just too many to list!
Succulents make wonderful indoor plants to keep us gardening all year. They are easily maintained and require little watering. MVG has a large selection of succulents and cacti from which you can select your favorites.
Plants that survive in lower light settings make great indoor gardens and keep our green thumbs active all year ’round. They also clean the air we breathe indoors helping us stay healthier!