The outdoor tables have been cleared of wreaths and evergreen decorations. There usually would be plants on these tables as well but lows in the teens caused their evacuation to warmer areas.
These houses are usually completely exposed but a bit of plastic covering the sides is a good idea during our freeze.
Raised beds are filled with sawdust in preparation of the arrival of bare root stock.
Lots of garden treasures!
Another sign of spring is the appearance of the potted roses.
Inside, a large display of forced fragrant beauties along with jasmine bursting into bloom tickled the olfactory sense.
A nice warm zing of color for a cold winter day!
The orchid selection grows to possibly it's largest around Valentine's Day. I guess these are popular gifts at that time of year.
Let's head on over and look at some interesting pots.
Stewie Griffin? Is that you?
Dude, do you have to drive that cart so fast?
Somebunny has no eyes.
There seems to be no end of ways to display tillandsias.
Anthurium always look so exotic. Have you ever grown them? How long do the blooms last? Have they ever re-bloomed for you?
Hydrangeas in the winter add a nice splash of color and can be planted outside once summer arrives.
White with dark pink edges called 'Peppermint Twist" is lovely.
A little retail therapy in a nice warm greenhouse is just the thing for a cold winter day!
This was new to me and almost made it to the check out counter but its requirements made me think twice.
I'd probably kill the poor little thing so it stayed .
Have you been doing any retail therapy at local nurseries lately?