Tag Archives: Vincas

New Flowers, Plants & Products at JJs Nursery!

Blue iris

Blue iris

Bloom where you are planted like this beautiful blue iris!

Flats of colorful petunias.

Flats of colorful petunias!

Look who's visiting J&J Nursery!  A Monarch Caterpillar and he's munching on the Milkweeds!

Look who’s visiting J&J Nursery for lunch! A Monarch Caterpillar and he’s munching on the Milkweeds!

Plant milkweed and help keep the Monarch butterfly population from going extinct!

Fresh delivery this week of new flowers, plants and hanging baskets!

Fresh delivery this week of new flowers, plants and hanging baskets!

Look at what just rolled in this week at J&J Nursery! Baskets and flats filled with colorful flowers and vegetables, too!

Beautiful coleus plants.

Beautiful coleus plants.

Impatiens.

Impatiens.

Bright and cheerful impatiens flowers are waiting to hide your Easter eggs!

Vincas are here!

Vincas are here!

Don’t forget Color Star Plus with your Vinca purchase.

See our fantastic pottery, plants and more!

See our fantastic pottery, plants and more!

New Vinca Flats

Beautiful flowers, great prices!  

New vinca flats have just arrived at J&J Nursery and Madison Gardens Nursery.

We also have lantana, pentas, purslane, gardenias and others!

Vincas

Vincas

 

Vincas

Vincas

** Bloom where you are planted **

How to care for Vincas: Vincas thrive in full sun and are drought tolerant. Keep the mulch two to three inches away from the vinca’s stems to prevent the development of rot. Water when soil is completely dry, but don’t splash the foliage. Best time to water is in the morning.

New Flats! Vincas, pentas, lantana and purslane just arrived.

Flats of vincas, pentas and lantana.

Flats of flowers!

 

Vincas, pentas and lantana.

Flats of vincas, pentas and lantana.

Flats of vincas, pentas and lantana.

Hummingbirds and butterflies love lantana!

How to care for Vincas: Vincas thrive in full sun and are drought tolerant. Keep the mulch two to three inches away from the vinca’s stems to prevent the development of rot. Water when soil is completely dry, but don’t splash the foliage. Best time to water is in the morning.