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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT SOUTHWOOD?
Join us at the garden center for some of our special events!
Join us to create your own Celfie Staghorn Pot! We love to staghorn ferns and the celfie pot makes us smile every time we see it! This workshop will include information on staghorn ferns and how to give them the best loving home. This workshop will be taught by our favorite plant aficionado Alex.
Bring the entire family to Southwood and get in the holiday spirit. We’ll have activities for the kids, plenty of snacks and drinks, carolers, plus a few surprises. And, none other than Santa Claus himself will be on hand the following days and times.
Saturday: 10:00 AM to Noon and 2:00 to 4:00 PM
Sunday: Noon to 3:00 PM
There is no registration, just show up!
Join us to create your own Cylindrica and Succulnets Arrangement! Sansevieria cylindrica is pretty cool! We are a little taken with them and love to use them in any arrangement possible! In this workshop we will combine our cylindrica with succulents to create a dream pairing. This workshop will be taught by our favorite plant aficionado Alex.
Sample Scottish spirits from the Lowlands, Speyside, the Highlands, and Islay as Paul James takes you on a tour of the incredibly tasty and incredibly varied world of scotch whisky. Light refreshments will be served.
Class is limited to 20. Cost is $15. Registration required. Kilts optional.
FROM THE BLOG
Read posts from Paul James and our Southwood crew!
When choosing a tree for your landscape, what attributes appeal to you most? Overall size and shape, growth rate, or maybe fall color? Those are all important considerations for sure, but what is often the most overlooked attribute happens to be my favorite – bark.
It looks as though the overnight lows both Saturday and Sunday could hover at or dip below freezing throughout the area. But given that it’s late October, that shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. The real question is what effect, if any, will the cold temperatures have on plants?
Looking for trees and shrubs that’ll produce jaw-dropping, car-stopping fall color? Well after careful consideration and discussions with several fellow plant geeks whose opinions I respect, I came up with a list of three trees and three shrubs that’ll do just that. And here they are.
When it comes to spring-flowering bulbs, the stars of the show are daffodils, tulips, crocuses, and hyacinths. But the supporting cast of players, although less familiar, are no less beautiful and deserve a spot in every garden. So when shopping for bulbs this month, you owe it to yourself to consider the following, all of which are easy to grow and come back year after year.