16 Nov Come and Join us for The Green Goddess Annual Holiday Open House
10% OFF INTERIOR PLANTS
Choose from our wide variety of indoor plants for your home including Bamboo Palm, Compacta, Bird of Paradise, Janet Craig, Pothos and much more.
Growing indoor plants is easy, low-maintenance and just as fun as having an outdoor garden. We have the largest Plant Nursery for indoor plants in Arizona. Come and pick up yours today at 10% off!
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Fall weather is here, and summer cactus blooms give way to flowers and vegetable planting! Cut back on the watering schedule and replace the plants that didn’t make it through the summer.
The Green Goddess Annual Holiday Open House
Friday, December 13th, 2019
12:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Please join us for great food, festive atmosphere and good company
We hope to see you here!
ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE MCKENZIE MONKS FOUNDATION
Help the homeless and fund a network of preschools in the greater Chattanooga area.
COME IN, GRAB SOME FOOD AND TRY TO WIN!
DECORATE YOUR HOMES WITH INDOOR PLANTS
Indoor plants are extremely versatile and can be used in numerous different ways to enhance and refresh any room’s décor and ambiance.
Try out your green thumb indoors with these easy decorating ideas.
- Grow indoor plants in hanging terrariums or pods. You can create beautiful mini gardens and hang them from the ceiling or display them on the shelves. They’re a great option for modern and contemporary homes.
- Make a large plant the focal point of attention. It can be the perfect addition to a cozy seating nook or corner.
- Use small indoor plants to create a refreshing ambiance in your bedroom. You can have a tiny planter on your nightstand or hang one in the corner of the room.
- In the kitchen, create a small vertical garden for succulents and herbs. You’ll always have fresh ingredients to cook with and the plants will also look great in the room contributing to the overall welcoming décor.
- Have an indoor vegetable garden. It doesn’t have to be placed in the kitchen since there’s a lot of moisture and hot air in there. You can put it on the balcony or anywhere else in the house.
- You can bring a tree inside and create a sort of zen garden near the entrance. Decorate it with rocks and make sure the tree gets plenty of natural light.
Green Goddess Gardening 101:
- Do not water your lawn when it is dark!
- Your Bermuda grass will become dormant when temperatures begin to dip below 50 degrees, so continue watering with 2-3 inches of water per week.
- Harvest leaves from your leafy vegetables rather than the entire head.