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|Sale Yard at Mimi's|
I've talked about my greenhouses and little backyard nursery for quite some time. Today I want to show you some of the plants I will have for sale on the Internet by spring of 2014. I am really excited about selling and shipping plants to folks outside of my neighborhood!
has been growing and selling plants from our middle Tennessee location for the last 3 years and in the past at our former location in Robertson County. By the spring of 2014 we will be ready to ship our herbs, perennials, Hosta and other plants to most USA locations. States we Cannot Ship to are Washington, California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho.
Mimi's will be adding pictures, descriptions and pricing for spring sales soon. Following are a few that we know should be available to ship in late April of 2014.
Greek Oregano, Spicy Hot Oregano, Golden Oregano, Italian Basil, Spicy Basil, Rosemary, Lavender, Garlic chives, more
Blue Mouse Ears, Hush Puppy, Sweet Innocence, more
Blue Lacecap, Rainbow, Blue Mophead, French Mophead
Attraction, Pink Profusion, Griffon Blue, Honey bells, White Profusion and some new surprises too
Purple leaves/hot pink flowers and Green leaves/pink flowers.
Night blooming yellow fragrant flowers open like time-lapse photography! See it in action in this video
November 8, 2013
November 1, 2013
As I mentioned above, mine are happy in mostly shade, They get about 4 hours of sun in the summer. The picture at left was made at 10 AM on October 21. You can see they are still in part shade, I do absolutely nothing to them all year - not even fertilizer. I plan to root some in my greenhouse this winter. I'll post how that works in the spring. Maybe if I ever get my web site up to sell plants, you can buy some from me.