Winter 2019 Newsletter
Hamamelis vernalis is a witch hazel native to the Southern and Central U.S. that flowers in January and February. This shrub’s foliage turns a lovely golden yellow color in fall. The flower color can really vary, but is often a yellow-orange. H. vernalis is rounded in habit and because of its suckering, it makes a great mass planting. In our area, the leaves often remain on the plant throughout the winter, offering a darker background that can make the flower color that much more attractive. This shrub grows 6-10 feet high and wide and makes a great addition to your garden for year round interest.
FGC Gardening Tips
Now is a great time to force branches indoors.
It’s 8 degrees outside. But we are still thinking about blooms! Cutting a few select branches from specific flowering trees and placing them in a vase of water indoors is a wonderful way to bring spring to your living room, when it is very clearly still winter outside. The best branches to do this with at the end of January and early February are cherries (Prunus spp.) and all associated cultivars.
We are excited to announce our new Referral Program
We are excited to reward you for recommending us to your friends and family.
You love FGC so much that you tell all of your friends about our unparalleled plant choices and impeccable customer service.
You might as well get paid for it, right?
If you're a current customer, you'll receive a $150 credit towards future work. If you're not a customer yet, we'll send you a check for $150 for every referral from you that becomes an FGC client.
We'll ask our new clients if they were referred by someone. When they tell us it's you, your reward will be on its way!
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