Summer is right around the corner and Fermob furniture is perfect for the California outdoor lifestyle! Come by to see the Sixties set in paprika (pictured below) and the other fun, colorful styles of Fermob furniture that just arrived! Just mention this post to receive 10% Off all Fermob in stock through March 31, 2014.
Today is the last day to see the garden we designed for the San Diego Spring Home and Garden Show. We can create a low water landscape or outdoor living space that is lush and colorful year-round for you too! Our landscape design approach is to treat your garden as an artistic palette of texture and color, to create a landscape that you love to come home to. Here are a few of our landscape design projects and container gardens. For more info, give us a call at 858.205.8083 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come see us at the San Diego Spring Home and Garden Show this weekend, Fri.-Sun. Feb. 28-Mar. 2. Here’s a sneak peak at the garden we’re designing for the show. For two free passes to the Show, visit http://www.debraleebaldwin.com/SucculentNews.htm for print-your-own passes—a $16 value (parking not included).
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Give a handmade garden gift to your honey! Succulents are a hot trend for Valentine’s Day. Stop by for a succulent Valentine’s Day gift for your special someone. We can also create custom floral arrangements with succulents. Call us to order and ask about delivery.
Here’s an interior option that evokes the feel of a vertical garden. Tillandsias displayed in a wood box frame can be hung on a wall or sit on a table or desk.
All 6X9 Mad Mats in stock are 15% off ($106) January 17-19, 2014. Mad Mats are made out of recycled plastic and they don’t trap water so they won’t mildew. Come on down this weekend…the weather’s great!
Stop by and check out our selection of Pozzola artisan pots from Urban Farm Girls. We love these faux stone pots because they’re earth-friendly, lightweight and have the look and feel of something aged yet modern. They also have good drainage which makes them perfect for succulents.
Photo courtesy of Urban Farm Girls.