We will be CLOSED Monday, November 2nd through Wednesday, November 4th
to prepare for the holiday season. Regular operating hours will resume Thursday, November 5th at 10am. Thank you!
In-Store ShoppingMonday - Saturday
10am to 5pm
guidelines enforced - masks required - see section on shopping options for more details
Curbside PickupMonday - Saturday
10am to 5pm
pre-orders only - no walk-ups - see section on shopping options for details
Just for You!
Fall is here and we have everything you need to freshen your garden for the season: Mums, Ornamental Kale & Cabbage, Pumpkins, Gourds, Pansies, Spring Flowering Bulbs, and more! Stop in soon to see what new hardy trees and shrubs we have in stock and ask us about our professional tree installation program.
Fall Celebration SALE
Take 25% off all deciduous shrubs October 15th - 31st and 25% off all perennials and houseplants October 22nd - 31st. Select trees, shrubs, perennials, houseplants, and pots are also 50%-75% off. See store for details.
Holiday ArrivalsArtificial Trees & Holiday Decor
Fresh Greens, Wreaths, Berries, Garlands, and Holiday Plants
week of November 9th
Premium Fresh Cut Fraser Fir Trees
week of Thanksgiving
Arrangements for immediate pick up will be available starting the weekend before Thanksgiving and continue through mid-December. Pre-ordering for our custom winter arrangements will begin Nov 5th. To guarantee your custom arrangement by Thanksgiving, order by Nov 19th.
Overwintering Houseplants & Tropicals
At The Plant Kingdom, we have all the supplies to make this transition successful- saucers, cork mats, plant caddies, and more! Check out our Guide to Overwintering Houseplants & Tropicals
for all of the information you will need to make this transition successful. As always, keep an eye on temperatures in your area. When temperatures start falling into the 40s at night it is time to start the process of bringing your houseplants back inside. Rather than immediately whisking everything inside, we want to work with the natural cycles of the plants and gradually acclimate them to the dormant season indoors. Light levels have already begun decreasing, thus signaling the plants to slow their growth. Leaving them out to adjust to cooler day and night temperatures will also help this process. There are a lot of tropical plants that are native to climates where the ‘winter’ season dips into the 40s, so believe it or not many plants can handle the cooler weather. Any plant that is currently flowering will be most susceptible to the cold, so start with the most sensitive plants first bringing them in on nights where the temperatures will fall into the 40s. Birds of Paradise, many in the Ficus family, citrus, and Schefflera are just a few examples of cool tolerant houseplants. Giving the plants time in the cooler temperatures will also decrease insect populations and keep diseases from spreading. When in doubt give us a call or stop by and we will help you make the best decision for your plant’s specific needs.
Watering needs remain critical as we head into fall. Newly installed plants as well as established plants need your help to survive this drought. Please review our Watering Tips
for advice on how much and how often to water. If you have any questions do not hesitate to call or stop in.
The Beauty of Bulbs
Planting spring flowering bulbs is an easy way to add color to the early spring garden, but do not wait until then. Bulb planting season begins in mid to late September and continues through early December. Stop by soon and handpick your favorites from our great collection of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, crocus, alliums, and more. Be prepared and shop early while the selection is at its best. Once the bulbs are planted, pansies can be added above to enhance the beauty of the area during the fall and winter months.
For a step by step bulb planting guide and more information about bulbs visit our Monthly Tip and Contest Page
. While you are there you can also enter to win a $25 Plant Kingdom Gift Card.