Enjoying the First of Our Spring Flowers Thanks to Monrovia Plants
Now that Spring has officially sprung is New England, my Spring fever is at an all time high! We’ve had a terrible brutal winter, and are still well below average for temperatures, but that didn’t stop me from heading to Lowe’s to check out their selection of Monrovia Plants. I just cannot wait to start my flower beds, and get some much needed color in my yard.
Walking into the Lowe’s Garden Center and seeing all the gorgeous plants, flowers, and shrubs really made me like a kid in a candy store. I LOVE to garden, and buy tons of flowers each year to fill my window boxes, porch area, backyard and pretty much anywhere bare! However, my eagerness often comes with disappointment mid-season as my plants typically die before June even arrives.
Sometimes buying the cheapest pot or pack of flowers is not the best idea. I’ve learned this the hard way, and I vowed to spend a little more this year for quality flowers and plants. Since it is still below average temperature wise, our Lowe’s had only one delivery thus far of plants and flowers which included some Monrovia Belarina® Valentine Primrose flowers and plenty of gorgeous Monrovia shrubs.
Since I love Perennials, I decided to purchase a couple of Monrovia Belarina® Valentine Primrose flower pots which I will transplant into larger pots for my porch. Once it gets warmer, I plan on giving these beauties a much more permanent home since they will return year, after year.
Naturally, Monrovia Belarina® Valentine Primrose are a plant which are self, bee, moth, and butterfly pollinators. They love partial shade, and moist soil which is exactly what I needed for my current space. I love to plant flowers that attract bees because it is so crucial that we provide a chance for bees to live in a non-toxic and healthy flower-filled environment. When my front yard is in full bloom, colors of the rainbow filled my flower beds, and allow for nature’s pollinators to do their job.
I will be going with Monrovia edible plants as well this year, but have to wait on those shipments once the weather gets warmer. After reading about their commitment to quality, by using the best bred seeds, soil, and care. Just a visual comparison in-store really made the Monrovia Plant difference apparent.
The lush, thick leaves, showy flowers, and heartiness of these Monrovia Belarina® Valentine Primrose are ideal, and aesthetically appealing. Over time, this plant should multiply once I get it into the ground, and provide a beautiful haven for bees and butterflies to enjoy.
In the next few weeks, I will be returning to Lowe’s to pick up a couple of Monrovia Blueberry Bushes since our cheap ones did not make it last year. I also will need quite a few edibles for this year’s garden. We usually start form seed, but it was just too cold this year even with our grow lights.
>>>>>>> If you want to check out all that the folks at Monrovia carry, be sure to head to their official site, and see all they have to offer. You can even have your plants delivered by local florists and greenhouses that sell the Monrovia brand.