Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Summer Fun at Jensen's

 NEW!!!... at the Garden center this summer, through July & August, will have themed Discount Days.
 
 If it’s Tuesday then its, “Senior’s Discount Tuesday”
Come in and get 10% OFF reg. priced items
(Senior’s discount applies to persons 60 & over)
 
 
If it’s Wednesday then its, “Millennial’s Discount Wednesday”
Come in and get 10% OFF succulents, mangaves and cacti.
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Note - Premade succulent containers are 25% off in July!

If it's Thursday then it is "Kid's Gardening Day"!
 
























Rock Painting & Miniature Garden - Only $20 per child
 
Dates:               
Thursday July 19th: 11:00 am
Thursday July 26th: 11:00 am
Thursday August 2nd: 11:00 am
Thursday August 9th: 11:00 am
 
Class time: 11:00 am - 11:45 pm   
 
Drop in Times: Call to set up a time if the above times do not work.
(204) 488-5042. We can also set up a private planting class with any groups of 8 or more. 
 
Register with the below information by calling (204)488-5042 or email tammy@jensennursery.com
 
Child's Name -
Parent's Name -
Child's Age -
Phone # -
Date attending -
If under 5 parental supervision is required.          
 
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Tuesday, July 03, 2018

Shade Plants

 The beautiful thing about gardening is that your design constantly evolves. The level of sun or shade in your garden can change as well. 
 
You may live in a neighborhood dominated by huge shade trees,  or perhaps some spots shaded by buildings. 
 
With only two to three hours of sunlight, sun-lovers will struggle, but plants that like part shade will do well.
 
Usually, shade and part-shade plants will do best where they don’t get hot afternoon sun.
 
Here are some perennials to grow in lower light situations: astilbe, hosta, cranesbill, bleeding hearts, foxgloves, ferns, columbine, coral bells, goatsbeard, monkshood,

ajuga, and brunnera.  There are also shrubs that will thrive in shady areas such as:

select hydrangeas, viburnum, false spirea and euonymus.  
 
Remember that most perennial flowers and roses do best in full sun. That means at least six hours of full sun.
 
Drop in and we can help you find the right plant for the shady areas of your yard.
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