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We were…what’s the word…flabbergasted? Awed? Blown away? Let’s go with blown away. We at Linder’s have been blown away by the overwhelming community support you’ve shown!
Once again thank you so much for all of your support! It means the world to us!
Everything is now 75% OFF. Linder's is closing it's doors Sunday evening. Be sure to swing through for old time's sake!
The Linder family has made the decision to close Linder’s Greenhouses Inc. We will be having an orderly wind down of the business in the coming weeks. We would like to thank all our customers, our staff and the Twin Cities community for their support in our 100+ years of business.
As the weather finally cools over the next few weeks and the leaves start to change, welcome the opportunity to embrace the natural essence that is autumn decorating.
The bright pinks and purples of our summer gardens are giving way to more rustic earthy tones, where once your carefully manicured garden used to welcome you home, now the focus can shift to the front door.
As far as I’m concerned, "more is better" for fall decoration. Your front door should be the mouth of the proverbial cornucopia of your home. All the fruits of your harvest cascading out the door and down the steps.
Fill your baskets and pots with gourds, pumpkins and shocks of wheat. Don’t let those beautiful hydrangea you’ve been growing all summer go to waste. Place fresh cut hydrangea blooms directly into your patio pots, they will hold their shape and dry nicely.
Branches of any kind are ideal for adding height. Cut birch branches from you own yard or opt for the more finished look of curly or fantail willow which can be found by the bunch at your local greenhouse or flower shop. To add texture, I also enjoy using a mix of dried or preserved stems such as Baobab or Lotus Pods with either a natural or varnished finish. Hearty Mum plants are starting to pop up everywhere. Grab these pots now before they are gone and before they’ve matured and you’ll have months still to enjoy their outdoor foliage.
I love fall door wreaths. Whether you find the perfect one here in the garden center or decide to tackle the project yourself at home, be sure to make it the focal point of your entry way. I like to pair an exotic ribbon with common dried materials like crespedia and cattails. Choose carefully and your wreath and ribbon can easily transcend the seasons and give you a head start on your holiday décor.
Britta, Floral Designer at Linder's Garden Center
If you are on either side of the door, it’s always a pleasure if that fundraising group has partnered with Linder’s. You have the backing and accumulative knowledge of a local company that spans four generations.
We are currently offering a Holiday Program that includes our classic poinsettias. All of our plant selections are ‘Home Grown’ with pride at the Linder’s greenhouses in Lake Elmo by growers that genuinely care about the details. We don’t cut corners in the production of our plants and stand behind each and every one.
The gift items that are offered in the fundraising program are ‘no brainers’ for avid gardeners or beginners alike. The fresh evergreen arrangements are designed and produced in-store by our award winning floral designer and her team, ensuring they are as fresh as possible.
It’s no wonder the number of participant’s increases consistently every year, the good word spreads. We’ve happily supported schools, sport clubs, churches and special interest groups for many years with our low pricing that provides for generous money making opportunities. Be assured that Linder’s will stand behind your efforts every step of the way and provide for continued support all through the year.
Stop into the Garden Center today so that we can answer any questions that you may have or pick up information for participating in this great program. Our customer service staff stand at the ready to help in your efforts.
Contact Anna Linder at 651-255-0439 or email us at email@example.com.
Water now to protect plants during drought and through the winter. Responsible watering practices will go far to help plants survive the lack of rainfall and help them get through winter. Sub-soil moisture is still seriously depleted in our part of the world. Here are a few ideas to help conserve water and protect your investment in garden plants.
Be sure and stop in to Linder's and pick up any items for your watering needs.