What's Growing On

Saturday, April 22

"We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children." Native American Proverb

Flowercraft's Plant Pick
of the Week!

Alchemilla Mollis

The Lady's Mantle is prettiest with drops of dew or rain on its soft, velvety leaves. It's a fresh, subdued addition to the woodland or cottage garden. The round, scalloped, olive green leaves are capped with clusters of tiny chartrese flowers in early summer. The blooms are used in fresh and dried arrangements. With a mature height of 1 to 1 1/2' tall, it makes an easy and elegant border or ground cover. It does best in part sun with regular water but will tolerate full sun to full shade and low water.

Raising Chickens 101 
Saturday, April 22, 2017 - 11:00 a.m.
Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg ?! 
We may never really know the answer to this proverbial question, but Lora Kellner of the San Francisco Professional Gardeners Association can tell you everything else - from where to buy them to raising and feeding them. Raising these birds for their eggs has become very popular in the Bay Area; so come to our very special workshop to learn how to be the best chicken "parent" you can be. 

Please RSVP your attendance to info@flowercraftgc.com

Spring HAS Sprung!

weather is here and equally glorious plants are waiting for you at Flowercraft. We have the best selection of annual and perennial color, plus cacti and succulents, trees, shrubs and organic herbs and vegetables!

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