See us for beautiful prom flowers. Our Floral Department is amazing!


Ladies, come to Ladies' Night Out on April 9 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Save 10% throughout our store during this party!

Mark your calendar for these upcoming events!

Easter is April 5 -- Norway Gardens will be closed that day.
Ladies' Night Out at Norway Gardens -- April 9, 5 to 8 p.m.
Plant a Pot Workshop -- April 28, 6 p.m.

 

Current Hours: Mon. through Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


 

Free Gift Wrapping At Norway Gardens!

Visit Norway Gardens whenever you need a gift for someone special. Did you know you can purchase gifts there and have them gift-wrapped for you FREE? Simply ask to have your purchases wrapped & it will be done for you while you wait.

Ladies' Night Out

Ladies' Night Out at Norway Gardens



Thursday, April 9, 2015
5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.


Enjoy an evening of relaxation, refreshments, savings, and fun!

All merchandise at Norway Gardens will be 10% off during this event.

See what's new in scarves, jewelry, handbags, and lotions for Spring.
Our staff will demonstrate fun ways to wear our new scarves.

Check out our new Spring accessories for home and garden.

Three beautiful doorprizes will be given from our Floral Dept. (Value of each between $35 and $40)

 

Tips for Planting a Tree or Shrub

When you purchase a tree or shrub and are ready to plant, follow these steps to help your new plant thrive.

  1. Dig a hole twice as wide and a little deeper than the root ball of your new tree or shrub. If your soil needs some amending, mix the removed dirt with some Baccto Tree, Shrub, and Perennial Planting Mix.
  2. Put part of the soil you removed back into the hole. You want to plant your tree or shrub the same depth it was planted in the pot. Loosened soil at the bottom of your new plant will make its roots easily able to penetrate the dirt beneath them.
  3. Remove your plant from its pot and put it into the hole. If your tree's roots are in a burlap-covered ball, you can leave the burlap but cut the twine around it.
  4. Replace 1/2 the soil around the roots of your planting and then give it a good dose of Fertilome Root Stimulator mixed in a bucket of water.
  5. Finish filling the hole with dirt up to the level of the dirt surrounding your plant.
  6. Put mulch around your new planting about 3" deep. This helps hold moisture in the soil around the plant's roots and prevents "lawn mower disease" (a mower getting too close to the plant and hitting it.)
  7. Make sure your new tree or shrub gets about 1 1/2" of water a week -- either from rainfall or from watering.

Spotlight on New Trees and Shrubs for 2015


Spring 2015's New Trees and Shrubs at Norway Gardens

Take a look at some of the new varieties Norway Gardens will have for you:


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Beginning at the top left:

  1. Cat's Eye Arborvitae -- Upright arb that grows to 8'. New growth is chartreuse which fades to vibrant green.
  2. Hot Wings Tatarian Maple -- Grows to 20' tall. Seeds have ornamental hot-red wings. Fall color is a nice mix of yellow and red.
  3. Satisfaction Maple -- Grows to 30' tall with mix or orange, red, and green leaves in fall.
  4. Rumba Weigela -- grows 3' to 4' tall. Its blooms are ruby red with yellow throats.
  5. Russian Cypress -- Great for shade! An evergreen that grows 12" tall and 3' to 4' wide
  6. Hydrangea paniculata Strawberry Sundae -- Similar to Vanilla Strawberry but more compact. Flowers open white and change to delicate pink and finally a strawberry red.
  7. Valley Forge Elm -- grows to 50' tall and is resistent to Dutch Elm Disease. Has yellow foliage in fall.
  8. Fiesta Forsythia--Grows 3' to 4' tall with mottled foliage and red stems. Bright yellow blooms in spring.
  9. Frontier Elm -- Great for small landscape areas. Resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. Beautiful red-purple foliage in fall.
  10. Flame Ginnala Maple -- grows 15' to 20' tall with beautiful fall color.
  11. Hydrangea Grateful Red - Unique, unusual red flowering Hydrangea macrophylla that blooms on new wood. Zone 5 hardy plant that prefers the east side of a house. Grows 2-3'. Mulch well in fall and cut back any dead tips in spring for best results. Red, mop head flowers are red, but in acidic soils are purplish. The blooms age to a lavender and the foliage has an incredible burgundy coloration.
  12. Josee Lilac -- Grows to 4' tall with light lavender to pink booms in May. Will rebloom if deadheaded.
These 2015 new introductions will begin arriving at our garden center around the first of April. Come and check them out!

It's Time to Check Out Prom Flowers

Prom time will be here soon and our floral designer Monica Rhine can make your special night enchanting with flowers designed with you in mind. Monica knows all the current trends and has great creative ideas. Wrist corsages continue to be extremely popular and are even more special when they are attached to lovely keepsake bracelets. Boutonnieres placed in metal holders are all the rage as well.

Here are some possibilities:

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308 West Walleston Ave. (Map)
Monticello, Indiana

Phone: (574) 583-3811
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