State Route 256 between

Main Street and Livingston Ave.

In Olde Reynoldsburg


Your source for:



  1. Flowering Annuals

  2. Flowering Baskets

  3. Geraniums

  4. Container Gardening

  5. Tropical Plants

  6. Hanging Baskets

  7. Vegetables

  8. Herbs

  9. Perennials

  10. Trees

  11. Shrubs

  12. Roses

  13. Pansies

  14. Fall Mums

  15. Custom Container Planting

  16. Miniature Gardening

  17. Gardening Information

  18. Flowering Cabbage & Kale

  19. Houseplants

  20. Ground Covers

  21. Chemicals & Fertilizers

  22. Garden Supplies & Tools

  23. Unique Garden Gifts

  24. Pottery

  25. Seasonal Holiday Items

  26. Potting Soil

  27. Classes

  28. Seeds

  29. Garden Art

  30. Grave Blankets


    Use a potting soil that drains exceptionally well. Mix 1 part commercial potting soil (such as Fisher’s Potting Soil) with 2 parts coarse sand or small gravel.  Check soil moisture every two to three weeks; water when the top inch of soil feels dry.


    Irrigate more frequently during the summer growth period, less during winter dormancy.  Water plants that are in full sun and/or clay pots more often than those in filtered light and/or plastic pots.


    Provide at least four hours of bright direct light daily.  Move plants outside during the summer growing season.  (Prevent sunburn by gradually increasing the amount of light over several days.)


    provide cool conditions (temperatures between 40 degrees F and 60 degrees F) during winter to enhance spring growth and flowering.  In fall, bring plants indoors when overnight temperatures drop below 40 degrees F.


    Allow plants to become somewhat pot-bound.  Repot in spring, as soon as growth begins, in containers just an inch larger in diameter than the previous ones.


   Fertilize several times a year, during active growth, with a liquid fertilizer diluted to half strength.