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On The Radio…

Nancy is on WTIC 1080AM Garden Talk.  The program begins at 12 noon and Nancy is usually on around 12:10 p.m. During the Saturday, Nov. 8th show she was asked to stay on for the whole two hours! There were some technical difficulties but you...

Winter Gardens

We are excited to offer many unusual evergreens in quart sized pots for you to plant up winter gardens for the patio, deck, or to give as gifts. Combine evergreens, wintergreen, twigs, berry branches, and mulch it all with pine cones. By using a sturdy...

UPCOMING EVENTS

Shop in a peaceful atmosphere and rediscover the joy of the holiday season at Natureworks! Friday, November 28th GREEN FRIDAY! *Gift Card Giveaway* Forget rising before dawn and waiting in line to join the mad rush at the big box stores. Sleep in and come to Natureworks on GREEN...

Bountiful Beauty

Dear Nancy, I am having a hard time wrapping my mind around the fact that Thanksgiving is a week from Thursday. All the signs are there- ridiculous Black Friday advertisements, flyers asking me to shop at 6 pm on Thanksgiving day, truckloads of cut Christmas trees...

A Weekend Long Small Business Celebration

Saturday, Nov. 29th If the mere thought of holiday shopping sends you into total stress mode, I invite you to visit Natureworks and see what a pleasure it can be to shop again. Last week I told you all about our Green Friday celebration, the day...

We LOVE Air Plants!

Tillandsia Imagine growing plants in your home that do not need to be planted in pots- they live on air! If you have been to the tropics, you will have seen them hanging from the trees. Even Spanish moss is considered an air plant. How can they...

On The Radio…

Nancy is on WTIC 1080AM Garden Talk.  The program begins at 12 noon and Nancy is usually on around 12:10 p.m. During the Saturday, Nov. 8th show she was asked to stay on for the whole two hours! There were some technical difficulties but you...

Thanksgiving Cactus

Right now, my home is filled with beautiful, blooming Thanksgiving cacti. Wait a minute, you exclaim, I thought they were Christmas cacti?! Actually, there is a difference. True Christmas cacti bloom naturally in mid to late December. The time that they bud up and flower...