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Students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln came out to the nursery and got the grand tour. They came a long way, and we were happy to welcome them to North Carolina. Thanks for coming! Students from University of Nebraska-Lincoln

There are just those things I have to have...and I have to have some of these!

Bunny tails - ornamental grass ... Oh, how my mom used to LOVE these! ♥

Sharon Mimran's Outdoor Dining Room. A back patio with European polish. Love the lanterns on top of the fireplace. A back patio with European polish.

I love waking up in the morning when it's foggy out and the sun has barely peaked over the horizon. I love the smell of the wet earth and the sound of the birds chirping. I can't wait for spring!

Vintage Wrought Iron Garden Gate

raised beds for gardening

Butterfly Bush Planting: Tips On Caring For Butterfly Bushes

Fairy Garden stepping stones with polymer clay and glass beads.

Herb or Flower Sack. Burlap Hanging Herb Pocket

DIY concrete landscape borders, BRILLIANT and easy!

Self watering tomato planters made from plastic totes. Oh yeah, I'm doing this in the spring.

Garden flowers spill.

garden path.



Outdoor space


SHADE PLANTS 1."Rosebud" azalea 2."Aureomarginata" Hosta 3.River Birch 4. Chinese Ginger 5. "Eternal Flame" Hosta 6. Epimedium 7. "Cinnamon Sticks" Hosta 8. "Little Honey" Hydrangea 9. "Choo Choo Train" Hosta 10. Erythrocladium Striped Maple 11. Sundowner Phormium 12. Yellow Wave Phormium 13. "Blue Shadow" Hosta

Bag planting To make gardening quick and easy, Anne sometimes plants lettuce (and other seeds) right in a potting soil bag that has a section cut out of the side. The mini garden can be transported easily from the hoop house to the garden and back if frost threatens.