Post by lilolpeapicker on Mar 4, 2017 10:13:42 GMT -5
I received a Logee's catalog, I'm sure I must be on a catalog list somewhere but this one is just too dangerous for me, never received it before. It came on Wednesday and have spent much time going through it to see what plants I want. I broke down today and placed an order. I love unusual plants esp for this area. Zone 10s mostly but I have high hopes for some of them to remain indoor plants but may try a couple outside. I am weak what can I say!
Have a great gardening day! hoe, hoe, hoe Pea Upstate NY, zone 5
desertwoman, just thinking about a greenhouse is a wonderful mood boost. Add a Victorian style to it and I'm positively in a Gardeners' Dream World! .. I can envision fretwork covered with twining morning glories, lots and lots of tender plants, an orangerie, and of course no unwanted insects munching on the plants. Can you imagine wandering into a greenhouse (or conservatory) to pick your morning oranges?
You have received it before, restless ? Have you ordered from them?
I am not going to tell you guys how much I spent!
I have! I ordered a curry leaf tree from them a few years ago. I was very pleased with the experience. (The tree died in about a year, but I don't blame Logee's for that. It was very healthy when they sent it to me, something happened on my end. It had something wrong on the leaves and it eventually died.)
I look at their website all of the time and plan for things I would like to have if I every own a house with more space. I would love to have a lime tree, especially. They have some beautiful and exotic plants. It's very fun to look at their website.
I have a pink pussy willow and a Firelight Hydrangea in my "shopping cart". Standard shipping is 7 to 10 days. Isn't that a long time for live plants? Standard shipping is twelve bucks...Fed ex 2 day is thirty. I'm not paying thirty.
My 20% off expires today. I have to decide today.
Gardening like I'm gonna live forever, right here in central Iowa. Posting since 2008. 👩🌾