Day 98: Magical Garden Center

I know it's far too early, but today's gorgeous weather put me in the mood for gardening. Not that I have a green thumb, I'm just tired of looking at the empty planter box on my front porch. And, after my weekend diet of beer and ice cream I could have used some extra yard work. If you're planning on landscaping, or just giving life to tired planter boxes, check out Magical Garden Center.

Family owned since 2004, the Magical Garden Center will help you create the yard you envision. They'll help with landscaping, patio design, even creating beautiful flower pots.

Even though they won't be stocked with flowers for a couple more weeks, they were extremely friendly & willing to answer any questions I had. If you're like me and can barely tell a peony from a zinnia, they'll help you create arrangements best suited for your shade/sun patterns.

You can always check out their beautiful flower pots for adding color. I figure if the pots are gorgeous on their own, it won't be as noticable when I forget to water the flowers half way into summer.
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If your plans include patio design, they can help create a fire pit, walkways, lighting, everything you need for a backyard oasis. Of course they'll have a wide assortment of trees and bushes available as well.
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Sure, you could pick up flowers at the big box hardware stores, but Magical Garden Center knows landscaping. They're passionate about what they do, but more importantly want to see you have a yard you love.

I'll be back to pick out my flowers as soon as the frigid temperatures drop off the forecast!

What flowers do you look forward to seeing each Spring?

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