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765.453.5531
 

Address:

2269 W 400 S
Kokomo, IN 46901
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MON-SAT 9-5:30
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We will NOT be OPEN MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY so that our employees can enjoy that day with their families.
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WHAT SHOULD I DO NOW?

img WANT TO GET OUTSIDE AND PLAY ? HERE ARE SOME TASKS YOU MIGHT CONSIDER TO BE FUN:

SET OUT COOL SEASON FLOWERS LIKE CYCLAMEN, PANSY, ALYSSUM, RANUNCULUS, AND PRIMULA. Keep a light blanket or frost cloth handy for a few frosty nights still to come. But don't worry, they can handle amazingly cool nights, and will reward your efforts with bright color until early summer!

PLANT TREES, SHRUBS, and EVERGREENS.
The days are warm, and the nights are cool. There is plenty of moisture in the soil. The perfect recipe for successful root development!

DIVIDE THOSE PERENNIALS.
Get out the shovel and tackle those perennials like hosta and daylily. Now is the time to dig up those larger clumps, divide into sections, and replant...or share!

GROW SOME VEGETABLES.
Lettuce, spinach, radish, and peas all like the cool spring temps and develop much sweeter flavors when planted early. Also turnips, and rutabagas, if that's what floats your boat! Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and brussels sprouts can be set out, but will need some heavy frost protection for a few weeks. Better wait until the warmer days and nights of May for your beans, tomatoes, cucumber, squash, and melons. They don't like the cold!
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