Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Bringing in the Bedding Plants


It's "N" Week at ABC Wednesday, and the plant NURSERIES in Alabama
 are rapidly bringing in the bedding plants. 

I was downtown at Holley's Farm and Garden Center this week
 when a Bonnie Plant Farm truck delivered flats of flowers and vegetable plants.
 Above, I chose a few pink impatiens for my shade-loving hanging baskets,
 but I would have loved to bring home some vinca, daisies, petunias
 and begonia. Below, a Bonnie Plant Farm employee stocks the outdoor shelves.

Now, I would be remiss not to mention that Dallas County is home to Wright's 
and Bearden's, both excellent NURSERIES too, and we will be heading 
to Plantersville for tomato plants.

Gotta love homegrown tomatoes!

10 comments:

Jim Klenke said...

I tried planting sunflowers this year from seeds. They are growing good so far. It seems like all our small nurseries are closing up. I noticed another one this year, a shame.

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

Oh, I'm getting excited about tomatoes! The ones in the grocery store are never as good as homegrown.
Beautiful shot!

Mar said...

Love your choice for N!!

N is for..

richies said...

I love spring and planting flowers.
An Arkies Musings

Leslie: said...

We'll be spending lots of time at our local nursery soon.

Leslie
abcw team

Roger Owen Green said...

nice greenery!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Jack said...

I am still down south in Florida for the winter, but I will be back in Connecticut before May 15, which is the safest time to plant annuals. No more frost after May 15. Some of these plants will find their way into my wagon.

RamblingRound said...

Jack, we're supposed to have low 40s this weekend! That is COLD for this time of year.

Marie said...

Sounds like you have lots of great nurseries! I love the flower pictures!

Chubskulit Rose said...

I need some!

Festival of Nation

Catching up with letter N before O arrives.
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team