SOLD OUT Closed for August!!

2017-07-30T10:55:10+00:00 July 30th, 2017|Categories: Plants We Love, Specials, What We Offer|

We are sold out of plants! Thanks to all who came to the greenhouse to support us and our amazing staff! We will Re-Open September 7th with Mums, Pumpkins, and Produce!   If you would like to make an appointment to see the Junk Shop please call 440-647-5480 or text 440-371-1089 thanks.

Junk Shop Sale

2017-04-20T07:04:50+00:00 July 7th, 2017|Categories: Fairy Gardens, What We Offer|

The Rusty Hook Junk Shop is now on Sale! Every item is 10% off And most items have been marked down. Mona B Bag are 25% off Fairy Garden Accessories are 10% off

Mother’s Day is May 14th

2017-05-11T07:21:37+00:00 May 11th, 2017|Categories: Ideas We Love, What We Offer|

Large Hanging Combo Baskets $39.99 Pre-Planted Boot House Fairy Garden Mother's Love Flowers and Hook's Greenhouse is all about flowers and Mom's too! This Mother's Day we are offering some great favorites including Roses, Peonies, Lilacs, Hanging Baskets, Pre-Planted Fairy Gardens, Colorful Containers, Water Lilies, Hydrangeas, Asiatic Lilies and Gift Cards! [...]

How to Plant a Shrub or Tree for Great Success the Hook Way!

2017-04-21T07:49:30+00:00 April 24th, 2017|Categories: Ideas We Love|

Over the years we have seen many plant problems. One of the biggest problems has been larger trees and shrubs dying weeks after transplant and sometime they make it all season an don't come up the next year. A landscaper came to the greenhouse many years ago and told me this trick and I have [...]

How to Series: Kick Start the Season with Hanging Baskets.

2017-04-20T07:45:13+00:00 April 18th, 2017|Categories: Annuals, Ideas We Love, Plants We Love, Proven Winners|

Kick Start the Season with Hanging Baskets Hanging baskets are a staple for spring. Before the earth is warm enough to plant, hanging baskets can be enjoyed and often kick start the gardening season. Pre-planted hanging baskets are readily available for purchase, or you can build your own by choosing elements that will suit your [...]

Great Astilbes for Shady Spots

2017-04-20T07:02:47+00:00 April 18th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Perennials, Plants, Plants We Love|

Astilbe are mainstays of shade and woodland gardens. They combine well with other moisture loving plants like Brunnera, Ligularia, Lobelia and Hosta. We have several great varieties this year, as they are always a staple on the greenhouse sales floor. Astilbe 'Maggie Daley' is best known for its glossy dark green lacy foliage, the profusion of [...]

Attracting Hummingbirds

2017-04-20T09:15:18+00:00 April 18th, 2017|Categories: Ideas We Love, Plants We Love, Proven Winners|

Hummingbirds are a variety of wildlife that are attainable in any area, with the provision those conditions necessary for their survival. This can be accomplished through the creation of hummingbird gardens. The variety of hummingbird attracted to a garden is dependent on the regional area. Gardeners east of the Mississippi are only visited by the [...]

Strawberries ‘Ozark Beauty’

2017-04-18T21:26:07+00:00 April 14th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Edibles, Plants We Love|

We offer 5 varieties of strawberries this Year. Our favorite has always been Ozark Beauty. I love that it has a great taste and produces berries throughout the season of good size, which is sometime hard to find with an everbearing strawberry. This plant require no special pampering, you can grow them in average, medium-wet, [...]

Tricky Tomatoes

2017-03-23T15:35:18+00:00 March 23rd, 2017|Categories: Hooks Tips|

Choosing Tomatoes can be tricky, one way to choose is by height. “Determinate” (or Bush) varieties of tomatoes reach a certain (predetermined) plant height, and then the plant stops growing. All the tomatoes from this plant ripen at approximately the same time (usually over a period of 1-2 weeks). They require a limited amount of [...]

Shamrocks

2017-03-23T15:17:33+00:00 March 23rd, 2017|Categories: Hooks Tips|

If you summer your Shamrock outdoors, turn the pot on its side in the fall. Let it dry out and stay outside for the first couple of frosts before bringing it in. Spread the contents of the pot out on a tray and dry completely until around Christmastime. Repot with new soil and resume care [...]

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