Millcreek Gardens has all parts of your yard covered

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Spring is finishing up, which means summer is nearly here! Have you planted your flowers yet? If you haven’t, don’t worry, LaRene Bautner from Millcreek Gardens has you covered! She walked Nicea through the different types of flowers in season and where to plant them in your yard. 

From hanging baskets, cosmos, and dahlias, to verbenas, marigolds, and strawberries–the options feel limitless! With a wide variety of color and textures, you can put your own flare into your garden. Plus, LaRene talked about sunny spots in the yard vs. shaded areas.

For sunny areas, she recommended planting ice plants (which last all summer long), sedums, and our personal favorite–hot lips! If anything else, purchase this plant for its hilarious name! She recommends planting heucheras, snake roots, ghost ferns, and sword ferns for shadier parts of your yard. 

On top of their wide variety of flowers, Millcreek Gardens also offers several colors of watering cans as well as 99 cent geraniums that will last two or three more days. So, if you’re wanting to find your inner green thumb, stop by Millcreek Gardens to pick up a few new friends for your garden and plant away! 

For more information head to millcreekgardens.com

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