August 1- August 10
**Estes Park location only
Annual Bedding Plants
~Cut flower arrangements ~Garden Roses
~Hanging Baskets ~Herb Planters
~Fairy Garden Supplies ~Gardening Tools
~Pots (for container gardening) ~Bird Baths
~Gardening Gift Baskets ~Gift Certificates
FARMERS / COMMUNITY MARKET
Sundays 10am - 2pm
Starting Sunday July 13th
We will be hosting a Farmer's Market here at Jordan's under our shade structure. Local growers and artisans selling their produce and products.
How to Get More Flowers
Many flowering plants can be encouraged to produce better and longer-lasting displays with the minimum of effort. A plant produces flowers in order to reproduce and ensure the survival of the species. Once a plant has flowered and fertilization has taken place, it tends to put its energy into producing seed at the expense of more flowers. With some popular plants such as zinnias and sweet peas, flowering can stop altogether. You can prevent this happening by simply removing the flowers as they start to fade, thereby preventing the formation of seedpods. This technique is known as deadheading. By removing blooms as they fade, deadheading also improves the current display.
How you remove the flowers from a plant should depend on the type of growth it produces.
“My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece”
~ Claude Monet
Available at Jordan's
Just one of the Oriental Lily varieties we grow here at Jordan's.
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