Green Circle Growers Blog

How to Make a Flower Pomander (Kissing Ball)

Green Circle Growers - Thursday, August 16, 2012

To make a flower pomander, you will need: more

Plant Choices Make Confetti Containers Pop

Green Circle Growers - Friday, May 27, 2011

There’s a trick floral designers use to create attractive hanging baskets and container plantings. Called thriller-filler-spiller, it’s an easy method for creating pleasing, balanced arrangements that attract attention. more

Create an Easter Eggshell Garden

Green Circle Growers - Tuesday, April 19, 2011

This Easter turn some of your colored eggs into a charming Easter Eggshell Garden. The perfect kid-friendly project; these mini gardens will make a delightful Easter centerpiece. When the weather warms, plant them, eggshell and all, in your garden. more

Keep English Ivy Under Control

Green Circle Growers - Monday, November 01, 2010

Attractive and easy to grow, English Ivy (Hedera) is a common feature in many gardens. A prolific grower with beautiful, star-shaped evergreen foliage, English Ivy is particularly attractive when allowed to encircle the base of a tree. Thriving equally well in full shade or bright sun, it is often used to stabilize garden slopes against erosion or fill in large shady areas where other plants fail. more

Additional Tips and Tricks for Flower Drying

Green Circle Growers - Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Preserve the beauty of your summer garden for year-round enjoyment by drying flowers for later use. Dried flowers make lovely, carefree arrangements or can be used to make fragrant potpourri. more