The Start of Spring

Here we are! Spring is sprung! At least for the greenhouse crews. The greenhouses have been fired up for about a week and a half. So far we have planted:

The first crop of 4” geraniums.

Fuschia baskets, including the new variety Miss California. This is an upright Fuschia with pink and white blooms.

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The first crop of combo baskets with the plugs delivered by our favorite truck driver, Baldo.


Begonia baskets. I’m always amazed at how many different types of Begonias we grow. Rieger Begonias, Wax Begonias(shown above), Dragon Wing Begonias, Bossa Nova Begonias and that’s just some of them!

Other plants we’ve planted include Celosia, Violas, Pansies, Black-eyed Susan vine baskets, New Guinea Impatiens baskets, Geraniums tubs and baskets.
This week, some of our Landscape foremen will start unpacking the Perennials we overwintered, the second crop of Geraniums are coming in and we will start planting Clematis.

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Cathy Maxson is Sargent's Gardens Perennial Growing manager. In addition to making sure Sargent's grown plants thrive, she enjoys growing in her own garden, canning fruits and vegetables, traveling, and walking her dogs.