"Winter is the time of promise because there is so little to do - or because you can now and then permit yourself the luxury of thinking so." -
MONDAY-SATURDAY 9:00 AM - 5:00 pm
SUNDAY 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
We are starting off February in an exciting way, with something new. On Saturday, February 6th, we are hosting Ladies' Day here at Greenhouse Garden Center. Ladies join us for fun, refreshments and lots of great ideas with opportunities to take home neat stuff!
We have gotten together with Carson City Paint Mart, A Very Fine House and Artisan Cafe to bring some excellent guest speakers to talk about designing and decorating inside and outside your home. Fawn Chang is an international designer and color and design consultant for Pittsburgh & Porter Paints.
Kevin McFaul, Floral Designer for Winward Silks, Tricia Lincoln, Interior Decorator and Owner of A Very Fine House, and Jeanne Dey, Manager of Artisan Cafe and Karen's Kupcakes will also be joining us.
In addition, Lisa Meggerson, Landscape Designer of Greenhouse Garden Center, Tiffany Wickham, Design Consultant for our gift shop and David Ruf, Owner of Greenhouse Garden Center will be on hand. This event costs $20 to attend. Reservations are required and may be made in person or over the phone by calling us at 882-8600. Spend all day or pick and choose which speakers you want to see.
This month and March can be tricky months. We will start to experience some sunny, warm days - especially towards the end of the month. Don't be fooled, because it is still winter and snow and freezing temperatures can come at anytime. Keep in mind that if we start to experience several days of warming that is a perfect opportunity for weeds to start growing.
Pre-emergents need to be used now to avoid the annual infestation of weeds that will appear. Deer, rabbits and voles are very active and can cause fatal damage to landscape plants during the winter months. Be vigilant about checking your plants for chewing damage.
and let us help you find the best products for you to control these critters. We have many organic options both for repellents and bait.
ATTEND A SEMINAR AND RECEIVE A 15% OFF COUPON FOR UP TO 5 PIECES OF REGULARLY PRICED MERCHANDISE. ALL SEMINARS COST $2.
LADIES DAY AT GREENHOUSE GARDEN CENTER, 10 AM - 3 PM, RESERVATIONS REQUIRED, $20 PER PERSON
Join our recycling club. Bring back your used black pots on Sundays and enter to
win a monthly drawing for a $25 gift certificate. QUESTIONS: 882-8600 OR email@example.com
Join us for fun, refreshments, and lots of great ideas, with
to take home neat stuff!!
Spend all day or pick and chose.
Reservations required. $20 per Person.
10am - 11am
Feng Shui & Design,
Guest Speaker: Fawn Chang, International Designer & Color & Design Consultant for Pittsburgh & Porter Paints affiliated with Carson City Paint Mart
11am - 11:45am
Guest Speaker: Kevin McFaul, Winward Silks
11:45am - 12:15pm
Soft Interior Fashions,
Guest Speaker: Tricia Lincoln, Owner of A Very Fine House
12:15pm - 1pm
Let Your Landscape Define You,
Guest Speaker: Lisa Meggerson, Landscaper Designer of Greenhouse Garden Center
1pm - 1:30pm
Guest Speaker: Tiffany Wickham, Designer of Greenhouse Garden Center
1:30pm - 2pm
Cup Cake Decorating,
Guest Speaker: Jeanne Dey, Manager of Artisan Cafe and Karen's Kupcakes
2pm - 3pm
Create a Terrarium or Miniature Garden,
Guest Speaker: David Ruf, Owner of Greenhouse Garden Center
Refreshments provided by Artisan Cafe
Call Greenhouse Garden Center at 882-8600 to Reserve your spot!!!
Greenhouse Garden Center has 2 immediate openings for employment. Apply in person at our Garden Center; no phone calls please.
Landscape Division Office Assistant: We are looking for a physically active, positive person to assist in our landscape office. Applicant must be able to take direction and also be self starting.
Strong clerical skills required including but not limited to knowledge and proficiency in Word and Excel, excellent phone skills and customer service skills. Duties also include lifting plant material. Knowledge of plants helpful but not necessary. This position is full time seasonal and wages are DOE.
Gift Shop Assistant: We are looking for an physically active, upbeat team player. Applicant duties include office/clerical, customer service, receiving and processing merchandise and decorating skills. This position averages 30 hours per week and wages are DOE.
Looking for a trendy scarf that is fun and affordable? Greenhouse Garden Center Gift Shop is carrying a new line of colorful scarves from Tickled Pink. Don't forget the timeless elegance of the Pashmina scarves. We have a great selection.
DEER SCRAM GRANULAR REPELLENT
Deer Scram Granular Repellent is now available at Greenhouse Garden Center in a ready-to-use shaker bag. Organic gardeners - this product is OMRI certified. It is an all-season repellent, with no bad odor, and won’t hurt animals or the environment. This product is long-lasting and, in our area, expect it to work 30-45 days before reapplication is necessary.
GENERAL HYDROPONICS pH CONTROL KIT
Finally, at Greenhouse Garden Center we have a pH control kit designed for measuring water pH, with corrective solutions designed for hydroponic gardeners. Individual water pH kits are also available without pH UP or pH DOWN solutions.
Dig organic materials into your vegetable and flower gardens for bigger crops and more efficient water use. Paydirt, Bumper Crop and Black Forest Compost are three blended organic mixes that are perfect for flower and vegetable beds. One bag of any of these organic mixes will be enough for 50 square feet.
Apply Bonide Tree and Shrub and Insect Control on ornamental deciduous trees. This once-a-year application will control aphids, elm leaf beetles and bronze birch borer. Apply Bayer Fruit, Citrus & Vegetable Insect Control to fruit trees and vegetable gardens for annual insect control.
Reserve Mason Bees now. They are early pollinators, and start pollinating long before honeybees come out of hibernation. A limited supply will be arriving mid-March.
It is time to fertilize your lawn. Dr. Earth Lawn Food is 100% organic and contains beneficial mycorrhizae and microbes.
There is still time to spray dormant oil and lime sulfur fungicide on fruit trees and roses to suffocate over-wintering insects and control disease.
Continue to apply Kaput Rat & Mouse Bait to control voles, if you have noticed runways in your turf or live near an open field.
Start planting cool-season crops in the garden. Carrots, peas, onions, cabbage and lettuce are some early-season favorites. For a complete list of cool-season crops, come into Greenhouse Garden Center and we will be happy to give you that hand-out.
Spray Florel once a week for 3 weeks on the greenish flowers on elms and cottonwood, and red flowers on silver maples. NO SEEDS, NO COTTON AND NO BOXELDER BUGS!
New garden stock is arriving every week. It's time to start to think about landscaping!
Remove 80% of the salt water from the pond for healthy fish and plants. Add fresh water slowly over a 2 week period.
What You'll Need:
1 lb. ground beef
1 cup finely ground breadcrumbs
1 tbsp. olive oil
2 16 oz. cans condensed cream of mushroom soup
1 16 oz. bag of egg noodles
Salt and pepper to taste
Step by Step:
In a mixing bowl combine ground beef, bread crumbs, egg and olive oil.
Mix well and then form small meatballs and place on a foil-lined baking sheet.
Bake in a 350 preheated degree oven for 15 minutes, remove from oven, allow to rest and set aside.
In a large stock pot or sauce pan, boil 6 cups of water; add egg noodles. Let cook 7 minutes, or until done.
Remove from heat and drain , first reserving 1 cup of the water from the noodles. DO NOT RINSE! Just drain them and set aside.
In the same stock pot or sauce pan, empty two cans of cream of mushroom soup, the one cup of reserved water from the noodles, and whisk while you cook on medium heat. Gradually add another 1/2 cup of water and let the soup come to a boil.
Once the soup has boiled, remove from heat and season to taste. Take the prepared meat balls and put them in the pot with the cream of mushroom soup, allow the meatballs to get fully coated and rest in the sauce for 5 minutes.
Place a serving of noodles on a plate and ladle out meatballs and sauce over the noodles.
Serve with grated cheese (your favorite is always best) on top.
This is the most delicious recipe for Swedish meatballs you will ever make and will surely be a crowd pleaser!