Tuesday, November 30, 2010

December Gardening Calendar

December Gardening Calendar

The Holiday Plants that you kept last year need to be placed in a dark room during the evening hours for the plants to bloom this holiday season. I remember this gardening ritual when it is time to turn back our clocks; it is time to give my holiday plants total darkness until I see buds or bracts forming. Christmas Cactus and Poinsettias are night dependant plants for them to bloom; these plants need so many hours of darkness to bloom. The cooler weather also helps in the blooming process. If you purchased new holiday plants, try to place them in the coolest area of your home.

Have you planted cool weather annuals? If not, there is still time to plant. Are your pansies already planted? Now is the time to fertilize your pansies, violas, snapdragons, ornamental cabbage and kale.

For Southern gardeners that are in zones 9 or 10 there is still time to plant your spring flowering bulbs.

Rake your leaves from your lawn by doing so; you will not have dead spots in the grass next spring. The leaves make excellent compost for the landscape beds in the spring. Need A Composter? Hibiscus and More has Hand Crafted Cedar Composter. Click To View.

Tis the season to harvest holiday decorations from your garden, Holly, Nandina, Pyracantha berries and foliage make an excellent red holiday accent for table centerpieces and hearth mantels.

Attract birds to your garden with different types of bird feeders. Bird experts recommend a selection of bird feeders that hold wild birdseed, thistle seed, and some that have suet cake holders. Bird experts recommend attracting wild birds to use black oil sunflower seed; this will attract a larger variety of wild birds. Hibiscus and More offers Thistle Bird Feeders, Bird Feeders with Suet Cake Holders, and Bird Feeders For Black Oil Sunflower Seed. View Thistle Bird Feeders. View Bird Feeders with Suet Cake(s) Holders. View Bird Feeders For Black Oil Sunflower Seed.

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Hibiscus and More now has a blog spot and we just started a new feature called the plant of the week. Click To View This Weeks Plant. It is one of our favorite plants because that it is very durable and easy to care for.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays From Hibiscus and More.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Plant Of The Week - Rare Chinese Evergreen

Aglaonema brevispathum ‘Hospitum’ is a rare and unusual collector’s item plant that will be exclusively available, May 31, 2009 at Hibiscus and More. Aglaonema brevispathum ‘Hospitum’ has spear-shaped glossy dark green leaves with white to cream spots that reaches an over all height is 10 – 12 inches. Light requirements are low to medium. Water the plant once a week or biweekly. The soil needs to be dry to the touch before the next watering. The plant is a very durable houseplant and is easy to care for even for beginners. Aglaonema brevispathum ‘Hospitum’ never needs pruning and will make a nice houseplant that will compliment any coffee table or end table in your home. Aglaonema brevispathum ‘Hospitum’ can grow in the same container for years before being repotted, and Aglaonema brevispathum ‘Hospitum’ is one of the plants that remove indoor toxins and pollutants from your interior air. For best results to remove indoor pollution place two plants per room. Aglaonema brevispathum ‘Hospitum’ will come in a 4.5-inch pot and be fully rooted. I have several Aglaonema brevispathum ‘Hospitum’ in my home and simply love the plant because of its ease in care and the plant will compliment any room in your home. Click Here To Purchase.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Cyber Monday Deals

Cyber Monday Deals

Cedar Planters, Boxes & Cubes that are hand crafted and will withstand all weather conditions. Click Here To View.

Garden Accessories For All Your Gardener's On Your Shopping List. Click Here To View.

Garden Gloves. Click Here To View.

Solar Garden Products. Click Here To View.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Garden Accessories Black Friday Specials

Black Friday Specials From Hibiscus and More. Bird Feeders, Bird Houses, Hummingbird Feeders, Bird Baths, Door Mats With LED Lights, Wind chimes, and Forest Faces are the perfect gift for the gardeners on your list. Click Here To View The Garden Accessories.

Cedar Planters, Boxes & Cubes Black Friday Specials

Black Friday Specials From Hibiscus and More. Hand Crafted Cedar Planters, Boxes & Cubes are the perfect gift for the gardeners on your list. Click Here To View The Cedar Products.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Thanksgiving Day Specials Door Mats With LED Lights

Thanksgiving Special at Hibiscus and More. Door Mats With LED Lights And Motion Sensor. Click Here To View

Happy Thanksgiving From Hibiscus and More

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Thanksgiving Specials

Holiday Shopping for the Gardeners on your shopping list. Now Through Saturday, Nov 27.

Happy Thanksgiving!!