Labor Day Weekend is here!

Where did summer go???  It’s not over…..we’ve still got the beautiful weather of September and October to look forward to.  This weekend is the 3rd Annual “Revive River Drive” (Saturday night) and on September 20 is the Ravenna Railroad Festival!  Fun times!  Come on down to Ravenna today, tomorrow, and Saturday for our Labor Day 20% off storewide sale!  If we are open on Monday due to funerals, it will also continue then. ( We never can make plans about being closed for a holiday because we will open if there is a funeral)  If you’ve been wishing for one of our lovely fall wreaths, come get it this weekend for 20% off!!!!!!!!!!!!!August 20, 2014 028

This entry was posted on August 28, 2014. 1 Comment

It’s Scarecrow Decorating Contest Time!

Individuals, businesses, and non profit organizations and clubs are all invited to enter the 5th Annual Scarecrow Decorating Contest sponsored by Ravenna Florist & Greenhouse in conjunction with the Ravenna Railroad Festival. This year’s scarecrow theme is the RAILROAD! Please contact us at Ravenna Florist & Greenhouse for contest details and applications. Call 606-723-2175

Scarecrows will be judged on Saturday morning, September 20, 2014 at 10 am and winners will be announced shortly afterwards

Happy July 4th!

This is one of those weeks you either wish would last forever because you are on vacation, or a week you wish would hurry because you are looking forward to the July 4th holiday on Friday and maybe even a three day weekend!   Whichever situation applies to you, have a great holiday!

June is Perennial Gardening Month

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June is the month to work on your perennial gardening.  You’ve got the annuals all planted & they are happy & blooming & minding their own business now, so you can turn your thoughts to those growing the perennials.  Perennials are so forgiving – if they aren’t happy where you first plant them, you can move them to a new spot and see if they like it better there.  If you don’t like a combination of perennials the way you have them planted, dig them up and rearrange them.  Perennials can be divided and replanted or shared with your gardening buddies.

We are expecting new perennials to arrive next week.  They will include many butterfly friendly plants.

 

 

 

 

This entry was posted on May 30, 2014. 1 Comment