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Hellebore GIVEAWAY!

Hellebore GIVEAWAY!

We get so excited for spring and to share our plants with you, we tend to do a plant giveaway every spring.  We are giving away a collection of hellebore plants.  All you have to do is comment below letting us know your favorite part of spring and you are entered.  Can't think of anything?  You can also just say 'Count me in'. For an extra entry head on over to our Instagram @jlynnnursery, follow us, and add a plant picture with hashtag #helleborewatch17.  Tag a friend who might want to win too.  Winner will be drawn March 20, 2017. ...

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Early Spring Garden Tasks

cleanup garden garden tasks perennials

Everybody, and I mean everybody, is ready for spring. Some days it feels like it is right around the corner and other days it feels like it is so far away.  Here in central Pennsylvania, it got down to 8 degrees last night and yet the forecast has 60 degrees in it for this week.  The weather rollercoaster is on a roll.  When you look around the garden and see plants starting to pop up it seems like it’s time to get in the garden but it also seem like there’s not much you can do.  Well here are your...

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Let's get social

gardening instagram social media

Come on gardeners, get social! Social media is becoming a plant lover’s playground.  I’m talking all avenues, Facebook, Pinterest, and especially Instagram.  There are so many people out there that are posting online about their gardens, greenhouses, and love for plants.  It has created a community of strangers all brought together by a common interest.  For anyone who has been dragging your feet to join the online community, you are missing out. Take the plunge and join today.  I look forward to checking my Instagram account to see what is going on in the world.  Most of who I follow...

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There's Hope with Philodendron

house plant New product philodendron philodendron hope tropical

Hope means a something different for everyone. I’m hopeful as much as the next person.  Hopeful for my family, hopeful for our future, but most of all hopeful for Philodendron Hope.  Hopeful that you will add Philodendron Hope to your plant collection or have it be your first plant.  Philodendron Hope is a great starter plant.  Hope has lovely serrated, thick leathery leaves.  Not only is Hope interesting to look at but it is also a natural air filter, filtering out toxins in your home. Hope is easy to take care of and survives several different environmental conditions. As with...

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Are Succulents the Gateway Plant for Future Gardeners???

There is no doubt that succulents are trending as the most popular plant this season.  So much so that I've heard shoppers say things like, "Oh, these are those plants I read about in the Washington Post." and "Succulents!  I heard about these on the radio!"  This is great, since when are plants making headlines and getting talked about on the radio.                       This is so exciting to me as a long time plant enthusiast, succulents included.  What excites me even more is the amount of young people (teenagers) that are excited to buy and learn about succulents.  Then...

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News

Hellebore GIVEAWAY!

Hellebore GIVEAWAY!

We get so excited for spring and to share our plants with you, we tend to do a plant giveaway every spring.  We are giving away a collection of hellebore plants.  All you have to do is comment below letting us know your favorite part of spring and you are entered.  Can't think of anything?  You can also just say 'Count me in'. For an extra entry head on over to our Instagram @jlynnnursery, follow us, and add a plant picture with hashtag #helleborewatch17.  Tag a friend who might want to win too.  Winner will be drawn March 20, 2017. ...

Read more →


Early Spring Garden Tasks

cleanup garden garden tasks perennials

Everybody, and I mean everybody, is ready for spring. Some days it feels like it is right around the corner and other days it feels like it is so far away.  Here in central Pennsylvania, it got down to 8 degrees last night and yet the forecast has 60 degrees in it for this week.  The weather rollercoaster is on a roll.  When you look around the garden and see plants starting to pop up it seems like it’s time to get in the garden but it also seem like there’s not much you can do.  Well here are your...

Read more →


Let's get social

gardening instagram social media

Come on gardeners, get social! Social media is becoming a plant lover’s playground.  I’m talking all avenues, Facebook, Pinterest, and especially Instagram.  There are so many people out there that are posting online about their gardens, greenhouses, and love for plants.  It has created a community of strangers all brought together by a common interest.  For anyone who has been dragging your feet to join the online community, you are missing out. Take the plunge and join today.  I look forward to checking my Instagram account to see what is going on in the world.  Most of who I follow...

Read more →


There's Hope with Philodendron

house plant New product philodendron philodendron hope tropical

Hope means a something different for everyone. I’m hopeful as much as the next person.  Hopeful for my family, hopeful for our future, but most of all hopeful for Philodendron Hope.  Hopeful that you will add Philodendron Hope to your plant collection or have it be your first plant.  Philodendron Hope is a great starter plant.  Hope has lovely serrated, thick leathery leaves.  Not only is Hope interesting to look at but it is also a natural air filter, filtering out toxins in your home. Hope is easy to take care of and survives several different environmental conditions. As with...

Read more →


Are Succulents the Gateway Plant for Future Gardeners???

There is no doubt that succulents are trending as the most popular plant this season.  So much so that I've heard shoppers say things like, "Oh, these are those plants I read about in the Washington Post." and "Succulents!  I heard about these on the radio!"  This is great, since when are plants making headlines and getting talked about on the radio.                       This is so exciting to me as a long time plant enthusiast, succulents included.  What excites me even more is the amount of young people (teenagers) that are excited to buy and learn about succulents.  Then...

Read more →