Our Floral Shop is Wide Open!
Newsletter 2 – Thursday, January 12, 2017
Cottage Grove location open
Edgerton location open
Lady’s Story – Chapter 25
The other night my mom came over and sat down on the floor next to me and said, “Hey, Lady, we really need to send Elicia a great big ‘Thank You’ note. Because, you, my sweet little girl, are hardly shedding at all! Honestly, Lady, we could have knitted a sweater for every dog in our neighborhood with the amount of fur that was all over this house.” (My mom has a tendency to exaggerate, but hey, it’s her story!)
I looked up at my mom and just smiled. Ya see, me and Elicia are buds! We had a blast together the day I went to her spa. I had a bath, a wonderful blow dry, had my nails clipped and then she did some kind of magic so I wouldn’t shed so much.
My mom is so happy and if my mom is happy, well, me and my dad are happy!
If ya know what I mean…
P.S. Lady has been telling all her neighborhood pals about the fun time she had with Elicia. For information about this new Cottage Grove Pet Spa please go to her website email@example.com.
Fresh Cut Flowers Everyday!
Yes, Spring is in the air! At least it is at our greenhouses! Stop on in and pick up a bit of Spring to take home!
We also have an array of gift items in our retail department at both our Cottage Grove and Edgerton Floral Shops!
Did you hear about these new corduroy pillows?
They’re making head lines everywhere!
We have seeds…lots and lots of seeds!
It’s never too early to start planning for this season’s garden. If you are planning a vegetable, herb or flower garden, bring your seed list out to either our Cottage Grove or Edgerton location. We have a huge selection of Livingston seeds for you to choose from.
Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?
If you are one of ‘those’ that occasionally forgets to water your houseplant then we’d like to introduce you to the friendly Philodendron. This is such a popular houseplant that, like many other houseplants, performs double-duty. Its distinct shiny foliage will enhance any location in your home and it will also help to purify the quality of air in your home.
The Philodendron will thrive in indirect light. Keep the soil evenly moist, but allow it to dry out between waterings. Keep Philodendrons slightly drier during the winter months, when the growth slows.
To prevent the pores of the leaves from getting plugged with dust give the leaves a gentle bath every now and then. And to promote lush growth and shiny foliage, give the plant a regular misting.
A chicken crossing the road is poultry in motion.
‘Our Kitchen’ is closed due to enjoying a little too much food over the holiday season. The recipes will start up again in early-to-mid February.