There’s a new baby in town. It’s an adorable zonkey named Amira.
A few new friends came to Watters Garden Center on Saturday.
Residents new to the mountains want to get back-to-nature, find solitude, and escape the rat race. Locally we call this the urban-wild land interface. However, with a woodland lifestyle come risks. For instance, this week the primary hazard is the danger of wildfire.
June is the month to plant heat-loving perennials like mimosa, Spanish broom, and sages. ~ Rich Olson with RDOlson Designs offers free advice on Wednesdays at Watters Garden Center.
Watters Garden Center Named in Today’s Garden Center’s as a Revolutionary 100 Garden Center.
Creating a flowerbed of an exciting variety of flowers to deliver blooms all season long. Sweet Sixteen Gerber Daisy, the plant of the week.
Don't forget Mother's Day! Climbing vines bring beauty and color.