Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Halloween Garden Flags

Welcome your Trick or Treater’s this Halloween season with our colorful new selection of Decorative Garden Flags. Easy Care 100% Polyester Flags that are Pretreated For Color Fastness and are Water Repellent. All Flags can be spot-cleaned and Pressed with a dry iron. All Flags are Readable From Both Sides Unless Otherwise Noted.

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New Product - Hummingbird Feeders

A new shipment of Hummingbird Feeders just arrived. Beautiful Blown Glass, Metal, and Glass Beads. Click Here To Purchase.

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Friday, August 27, 2010

Miami Dolphins

Go Dolphins. We Hope You Win Tonight!!!

Saturday, August 21, 2010

September Gardening Calendar

Check flowerbeds for pooped-out perennials such as Purple Coneflower, Black-Eyed Susan, and Shasta Daisy. Trim dead flower heads and brown leaves for fall.

Fertilize Chrysanthemums and Salvia with a liquid plant food. You will be rewarded with blooms later in the fall.

Now is the time to divide Monkey Grass, Iris, and Daylily while the weather is still warm.

Make plans to where you will place your Tropical Hibiscus this winter. Place in a sunny window.

Preserve excess basil leaves by pureeing in a blender with ¼ cup of water. Pour the mixture in ice trays and use the cubes in your wintertime Italian dishes.

Spring-flowering bulbs should be on sale. Plan to plant in mid October or when the weather cools to the 60’s or below.

Start planning where you will place your Tropical Plants that spent the summer outdoors. Trim back if necessary and inspect for insects. Spray with appropriate insecticide if needed. I like to use horticulture oil on my houseplants because the spray will give your houseplants a nice shine to them.

Are you planning a fall vegetable garden? With the cooler weather vegetable starts such as Broccoli, Collards. Cabbage, Tomatoes, Peppers, and Snow Peas are good choices.

The last week in September is the time to replace your mulch under your Roses and Red Tip Photinia to prevent diseases on next year’s leaves.

September Sale

Don’t have room to plant your fall vegetable garden? Cedar Planters are the perfect answer to plant your fall veggies. Cedar Planters are 20% off.

Need a new pair of gardening gloves to do your fall gardening chores? Garden Gloves are 20% off.

Tropical Plants are 30% off. Halloween Decorations are 10% off.

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Friday, August 20, 2010

August Gardening Calendar

August Gardening Calendar

Prune Tropical Hibiscus you plan to bring indoors. Plan to place your plant in the sunniest window during the winter months. Trim back to fit your location indoors and place your Hibiscus inside around December or before first frost. After pruning check your Hibiscus for insects and spray with appropriate insecticide.

Remove faded blooms and seedpods on your Crepe Myrtles. You maybe rewarded with more blooms before first frost.

To stimulate new growth on your Roses fertilize with one tablespoon of 10-10-10 and with the upcoming cooler weather coming soon will bring fall blooms.

Trim back faded annuals and fertilize with a liquid plant food. In about two weeks you should be rewarded with more blooms to enjoy.

Lawn Mower Blades should be sharpened once each summer. A sharpened lawn mower blade prevents shredding the grass and giving your lawn a nice, clean cut.

Blackberry and Raspberry plants at this time of year have a tendency to trail along the ground. Take the trailing canes and tie them back to their arbor.

Hibiscus and More is having a sale. Hurry sale ends Saturday August 20, 2010.

Cedar Planters, Boxes, & Cubes 25% Off. Click Here To Purchase.

Garden Décor 25% Off. Click Here To Purchase.

Garden Gloves 25% Off. Click Here To Purchase.

Tropical Plants 25% Off. Click Here To Purchase.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Sale - One Day Only

Hibiscus and More is Having A One Day Sale On:

Cedar Planters, Boxes & Cubes 25% off. Click Here To Purchase.

All Garden Decor is 25% off. Click Here To Purchase.

All Garden Gloves Are 25% off. Click Here To Purchase.

All Tropical Plants Are 25% off. Click Here To Purchase.

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

New Products From Hibiscus and More

New Products From Hibiscus and More

Check out Hibiscus and More’s new category called Holidays. The Holiday category has everything you will need to celebrate the upcoming Holidays and to decorate your home and garden. We will be adding more items each day. Click Here to view.

Hibiscus and More has added new products to their Garden Décor category. Click Here to view.

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Sunday, August 8, 2010

Customer's Comments - Hibiscus and More

Read what our customer's are saying about their shopping experience with Hibiscus and More.com

Kathleen From Katy, Texas says:
It arrived Monday in good condition. I have transplanted it to a bigger pot and it is now sitting on the corner of my patio. Thank you.

Kathleen From Katy, Texas says: My peach hibiscus bloomed this morning. It is gorgeous. With this rainy June and July, it is like spring here in the Houston area. Here is a picture.Kathleen's picture is in the upper right hand corner.

Sharon From Marshall, North Carolina says: I was beginning to think that if my cotton candy didn't start blooming I would have to wait until next year. The bush is growing beautifully. Low and behold, there was the most beautiful flower. I had not even seen the bud. I was like a new parent...I called my mother to come over and see. Thank you so much. Sharon.


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