These rosy-pink flowers make a high impact display in your garden when displayed against their dark purple, glossy foliage. This variety produces copious amounts of flowers in spring, and will re-bloom throughout the summer.
Average size: 4 to 5 ft. tall and wide. These trumpet-like flowers are adored by hummingbirds and attract butterflies. Deer resistant. Fast growing and trouble free. Adds color all season long in your garden.
Excellent evergreen shrub for small hedges. Among the hardiest of Boxwoods, the rich green foliage acquires a golden bronze hue through winter, returning to green in spring. Evergreen.
MYKE® TREE & SHRUB contains mycorrhizae on a natural medium coarse granulated carrier (vermiculite, perlite and peat) efficient on both broad-leaf trees and evergreens. It contains no chemical additives.
Primrose plants can be used in your garden beds, borders and containers! Add some STUNNING color to your garden or landscape with their bright vibrant colors. Pick up your 4" Primrose plants right here at Sawyer Garden Center.
Add a bright splash of color to your patio, porch or home with our 10" Annual Hanging Baskets. We have a large selection of 10" Hanging Baskets here at Sawyer Garden Center. Stop by and browse for your favorite. *Only available when in season, call store for details
Sensational, award-winning selection that blooms with heavy clusters of 2-1/2 in. yellow blooms. Reblooms freely into early fall. This easy to care for plant forms neat, compact clumps. Herbaceous.
The first repeat blooming mophead Hydrangea. Remove spent flowers to have blooms from spring to fall. Cut emerging spring growth back to half to increase the number of pink (in alkaline soil) or blue (in acidic soils with sufficient aluminum) blooms.
Have you ever tried a ripe, fresh and juicy locally grown Strawberry from Southwest Michigan? If not, you're missing out! Visit Sawyer Garden Center's Farm Stand and pick some up today.
The Canadian hemlock is a graceful tree, handsome and regal throughout the year, softer in form and texture than most other conifers. Because of its positive response to pruning and because it doesn't lose its lower limbs, the Canadian hemlock is ideal as a sheared or unsheared hedge. This large tree can also be kept short with pruning. Canadian hemlock requires moist, acidic soil with good drainage. It can be grown in full sun or shade. It grows in rocky areas (not limestone) where a great deal of organic matter is present.
These annual plants are very showy, and come in a variety of colors, ranging from white to pinks, purples or reds.
Ornamental Cabbages and Kales look much the same as their edible cousins, but the ruffled foliage is much fancier and more colorful.
They make a great addition to any Fall display!
Succulents are the perfect plant for forgetful gardeners. Succulent care is easy, and succulent gardens and terrariums can brighten any indoor space.
Think succulents! These fleshy-leaved plants thrive in the simplest of pots and their distinctive shapes and colors provide endless opportunities for creativity. Sawyer Home & Garden has the best selection in Southwest Michigan!
This beautiful dwarf rhododendron has large trusses of lovely purple spring flowers that provide a beautiful contrast to the green foliage.
A very compact evergreen shrub that is perfect for small gardens in cool, damp climates. A terrific choice when a small accent plant with great presence is needed. Equally well-suited for a low hedge.
*THIS IS A SEASONAL PLANT AVAILABLE EARLY SPRING ONLY.*
Enjoy delicious, nutritious greens as close as your back door or patio table! Easily grow Snip’N’ Grow Lettuce right in this very container and simply set it on your patio or deck as an attractive, edible centerpiece. Lettuce thrives in full sun in spring and part shade in the heat of summer. Water your lettuce every day and more often in hot and dry conditions. Harvest leaf lettuce as soon as it begins producing leaves longer than 5 to 6 inches. Cut the leaves from the outside of the plant so the main part f the lettuce continues to produce new foiliage.
This will provide a ‘Cut and Come Again’ harvest. I recommend harvesting your lettuce in the morning after the plants have had all night to become plump with water. Before using, rinse lettuce thoroughly with cool water, shake or pat dry with paper towels to remove excess moisture and store in plastic bags in the refrigerator. Use fresh in salads and on sandwiches or burgers.