2010 Newsletters

2010 Newsletters

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Merry Christmas – 2010

Posted November 25, 2010

Merry Christmas Newsletter 35 – Thursday, November 25, 2010 What’s the BIG NEWS for 2011? Field Trips and Tours? 2011 is Just Around the Corner Recipe: Peppermint Kisses Recipe: Maple Cookies Recipe: Confectioners’ Icing Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful. Norman Vincent Peale From Our House to Yours The entire crew at America’s Best Flowers wishes you and yours a wonderful holiday season filled with peace, joy, beauty and love.  We look forward to seeing you at the Garden Expo in mid-February., and anxiously await the new gardening season and […]

Thanksgiving Day – 2010

Posted November 18, 2010

Thanksgiving Day Newsletter 34 – Thursday, November 18, 2010 What’s the BIG NEWS for 2011? Field Trips and Tours? 2011 is Just Around the Corner Recipe: Corn Pudding Recipe: Rosemary-Garlic Mashed Potatoes As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. John Fitzgerald Kennedy Thank You For all the times you ‘came on out’, and took home our plants to care about. For being there in good and bad When days and days of rain we had. For all the calls, the emails, too, Giving us […]

Goodbye for Now – 2010

Posted October 28, 2010

Exciting things coming for 2011.

What a Season! – 2010

Posted October 21, 2010

Football, Fall and Fun in the Garden.

Fall is For Fun in the Garden – 2010

Posted October 14, 2010

Mums and Fall Color Bowls brighten your yard. Keep watering for winter survival.

‘Bundling’ Up for Fall – 2010

Posted October 7, 2010

Only three more Scarecrow Days in 2010. Bundle your savings on fall decorating. Preparing your gardens for winter.

Scarecrow Days – 2010

Posted September 30, 2010

Scarecrow Days in full swing. Preparing houseplants for moving inside. No Exception Fall Gardening Rules.

A Hoot and a Hay Bale – 2010

Posted September 23, 2010

Kick off your fall with Scarecrow Days, fall decorating and a food drive at America’s Best.

Color Your Fall – 2010

Posted September 16, 2010

Such a busy week. Art in the Garden on Saturday – Dollar Days continues through Sunday – Scarecrow Days starts Monday. St. Vincent de Paul Food Drive throughout. Perfect Mums and Unusual Fall Bulbs.

Dollar Days – 2010

Posted September 9, 2010

The time to spend your orange bucks is here at last! Bring them in between the 11th and 19th for up to half off anything in the store!

‘Ice Cream’ Tulip, Fall Bulbs – 2010

Posted September 2, 2010

Back to School signals the beginning of the fall season. Let us Color Your Fall with our beautiful mums. Fall Bulbs are Here. Plan now for a beautiful spring.

Al’s Favorite Annuals for 2010 – 2010

Posted August 26, 2010

Al’s review of 2010 annuals, here’s his favorites, what are yours? Introducing Art in the Garden, a new concept in art and craft fairs. Learn about growing your own fence.

Fall Mums and Iris Bulbs – 2010

Posted August 19, 2010

Come Out Anytime – It’s good for your mental health. If you come this week you’ll get Double Dollars and have the first pick of the Iris Bulbs that have just arrived.

Customer Appreciation Weekend – 2010

Posted August 12, 2010

The year never has enough holidays, which is why we created Customer Appreciation Weekend, and celebrate it by giving away free ice cream to our visitors. This year, in addition to a fabulous door prize, we’re upping the ante with a truly Special Event…

Grasp the Moment – 2010

Posted August 5, 2010

We kick this week off with another Butterfly Magnet giveaway – Pentas! Coming up next week is our Customer Appreciation weekend and our 4th annual Iris Divide and Swap.

Overpot Clearstockery – 2010

Posted July 29, 2010

We currently have 5 ongoing specials, check them out before we run out of your favorites! Also, if you’re planning a vacation in the near future, we know a trustworthy way to keep your plants watered…

Butterflies and Vegetable Gardening – 2010

Posted July 22, 2010

We filled this newsletter with answers to some of the most common Vegetable Gardening problems. As if that wasn’t enough, we followed it up with an overview of some of our best perennial Butterfly Magnets.

Summer Dollar Days – 2010

Posted July 14, 2010

Summer dollar days are almost over, only 4 days left. Also read about our Knock Out Roses and a solution for Blossom-End Rot on Tomatoes.

Summer Annual Blowout – 2010

Posted July 7, 2010

This weekend marks the start of this year’s Summer Dollar Days, and this year we’re having a Blowout on Summer Annuals.

Independence Day – 2010

Posted June 30, 2010

This weekend we’ll have our annual Independence Day celebration, with Free Ice Cream just for showing up and a nice discount on Trees and Shrubs.

The Middle Season – 2010

Posted June 24, 2010

Tips on container care, garden phlox and solutions to your Earwig problems

Father’s Day – 2010

Posted June 17, 2010

Our father’s day newsletter is loaded with suggestions for gardening Dads, as well as a handful of ideas to help your plants weather the weather.

Plant, Pot and Pinch – 2010

Posted June 10, 2010

Planting season isn’t over until we run out of plants! We’re full of ideas for filling in the bare spots around your home. Don’t miss the free gardening class this week for Shade Perennials on Saturday, June 12th at 10 AM, and of course our regular supply of jokes, recipes and our second perennial of the week.

Coloring your Landscape – 2010

Posted June 2, 2010

Decorate your garden with all the colors of the rainbow! This newsletter marks the beginning of Perennial Gardening Month, and we have our first perennial of the week for this year: Clematis.

Memorial Day Weekend – 2010

Posted May 26, 2010

Now is the time to plant your garden! And if you need any help, we have two exclusive “Ask the Expert” gardening classes this weekend, free for anyone who wants to attend.

Prepare for Upcoming Parties – 2010

Posted May 20, 2010

This week we have a free herb class, and we’ve posted the herb bread recipes from the tasting last weekend. We also discuss decorating for a Graduation or Wedding, and the new Shrubs we have this year.

The ‘May Showers’ Edition – 2010

Posted May 13, 2010

It’s been far too cold and rainy this week for Spring. The greenhouse is always warm though, so come on down and check out some our mid-May festivities.

Mother’s Day Weekend – 2010

Posted May 6, 2010

Our busiest weekend of the year! This issue contains the winning Salsa Recipes from last week’s contest, and a preview of our upcoming gardening classes.

Salsa Saturday Weekend – 2010

Posted April 29, 2010

Attend our first container workshop and our annual Salsa Saturday and Pick-a-pack for the hungry. Also see our stories about Posies, Crabapple trees and our new Supertunia varieties.

Earth Day – 2010

Posted April 22, 2010

Read about our Earth Day activities for children, our Arbor Day giveaway, the only Variegated Princess Lily (so far), and our annual Salsa Recipe Contest.

Spring Open House – 2010

Posted April 15, 2010

Sent out before our annual open house, a simple celebration of Springtime. Read about the attractions at this year’s Open House.

Spring Planting – 2010

Posted April 8, 2010

“Every morning our greenhouses are brighter than the day before. Buds are becoming blossoms right before our eyes…”

Let the Gardening Begin – 2010

Posted March 31, 2010

Sent out the day before we opened our doors. Our annual Easter Egghunt and Open House; Description of our fundraising program.

St. Patrick’s Day – 2010

Posted March 18, 2010

St. Patrick’s Day Newsletter 2 – Thursday, March 18, 2010 Fundraising Story Find us on Facebook! Start Planning for Gardening 2010 Recipe: Artichoke-Turkey Casserole Recipe: St. Patrick’s Irish Coffee Brownies Brownies “Springtime is the land awakening. The March winds are the morning yawn.” Lewis Grizzard America’s Best Flowers will officially open for the 2010 gardening season on Thursday, April1.  However, if there is any way we can help you, we invite you to stop out sooner.  We will have a lovely selection of Easter plants, including Easter and Stargazer lilies, potted tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths available beginning March 26. This […]

– 2010 Newsletter 1

Posted February 10, 2010

Newsletter 1 – Wednesday, February 10, 2010 Recipe: Giant Valentine Cookie “We come to love not by finding a perfect person, but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly.” Valentine’s Day How do we love our customers? Let us count the ways… Our customers mean so much to us. If you receive this newsletter, you most likely are very familiar with our business. You KNOW it’s true. We feel we have a personal relationship with you and we are always trying to make our bond with you even stronger. Our events and varied gardening classes, our “Make and Take” […]


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