This is Stutzman’s Greenhouse, which is a spectacular place to go. It’s just a few miles outside of town. This afternoon, I intended to go to Stutzman’s, as well as a couple of other spots out that way, to drop off flyers for the garden tour. Greg decided he would go along and we’d eat at the Dutch Kitchen.
So, we went to Glenn’s Bulk Foods and left a flyer, then had a late lunch/early dinner at Dutch Kitchen, and then over to Stutzman’s. Somewhere along the way, someone mentioned Stutzman’s was having a big sale. Now, bear in mind, I’m a person who has already planted everything I intend to plant. I’m done.
That’s why I bought another full flat of plants today. Really, seriously, someone should supervise me better.
Although you have to understand, when we asked what was on sale, the lady replied, “every living plant in here is half off.” Half off? Everything? Those purple things and the blue things and white things? Yes. Everything. Half off.
In about 12 seconds I had gone back up front to get a cart and returned to wander the aisles.
I got two blackberry bushes, and some more flowers. I wanted a dill plant but they were about four feet tall and I didn’t think they would survive the transplantation. I got a couple of really cool foilage things. I’ll take some pix once they’re planted. Of course, I don’t really like to plant. I just like having it done. Unfortunate, that. However, as of yet, there is no gardener to do it for me so I believe it will be me getting them in the ground.
Greg picked up a couple of things, too, but he got tired of waiting for me. Stutzman’s has forseen this problem and provided a bench for such occasions. It’s quite the environmental portrait.
And, yes, those are real petals on the ground.
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