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Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree

The Ficus lyrata, commonly called the fiddle-leaf fig, is a perfect indoor specimen plant. The plant features very large, heavily veined, and violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant. These plants are native to the tropics, where they thrive in very warm and wet conditions. This makes them somewhat more challenging for the home grower, who is likely to have trouble duplicating these steamy conditions, but they are fortunately relatively tough plants also that can withstand less-than-perfect conditions…

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Recycle with us

Posted by on September 25th 2009 in blog

In an on-going effort to go Green, Sunnyside Gardens has enrolled in the Green Industry Plastic Recycling Program. Working in a partnership with the MNLA and Choice Plastics, Sunnyside accepts garden industry plastic containers, pots, trays, and small packs that will be recycled and processed for future use. During the summer of 2009, Choice plastics accepted 350,000 pounds of plastic and ground up 200,000 pounds. The program is wildly successful…

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September in the garden center

Posted by on September 22nd 2009 in blog

Fall Planting – Fall in Minnesota- got to love it– the kids are off to school, the cool breeze coming from our many lakes washes away the summertime blues and our green city becomes alive with color as the leaves begin to turn. It’s a perfect time to enjoy a nice hot cup of coffee outside, enjoy the cool weather and … Garden! Did you know that fall is also…

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Building at the Minnesota State Fair

Posted by on August 27th 2009 in blog

Sure there are some hurdles in front of you when you commit to turning asphalt into a lovely landscaped retreat for 12 days.  Level the sloped surface?  Sure!  Keep the hundreds of living plants watered in August heat?  No problem!  Place dozens of giant boulders?  No sweat! We are thrilled for the opportunity to meet folks from around the state and beyond and to let them know what a neat…

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Perennial of the Year 2009

Posted by on July 27th 2009 in blog

Perennial of the Week:Japanese Forest Grass (Hakonechloa) Although Japanese Forest grass, or Hakonechloa, received the Perennial of the Year award this year I still insist that it is the most underrated perennial in the Minnesota landscape.Simply put – anyone with a shade garden needs some Hakonechloa – essentially the only perennial grass that can tolerant shade, and fortunately one with the most striking foliage color. Native to the mountain regions…

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A garden the whole family can get into

Posted by on July 17th 2009 in blog

Getting kids interested in gardening isn’t easy, so try sparking their interest by attracting butterflies. Making a butterfly garden is as easy as planting, watering and watching. As an added bonus, the brightly colored perennial flowers that attract butterflies make excellent cut bouquets for in and around your home. For a successful butterfly garden you will need a warm sunny site for the nectar rich plants to grow. Note: The…

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