Spring Flowering Bulbs
Tulips and Daffodils and Crocus Oh My!
Spring flowering bulbs teach us the ultimate lesson of delayed gratification. We plant them in mid-October with a pinch of fertilizer and a little prayer. Then we wait. But few things can raise a tired-of-winter gardener’s hopes higher than the sight of an emerging snowdrop. We’ve got a great selection of colors, shapes and bloom times. You’ll find Spring Blooming Bulbs in the Seed Area of the Greenery Department.
New Pinterest Boards
Don’t be Late to the Pinterest Party
What is Pinterest exactly? You most often hear it referred to as a virtual bulletin board, but Pinterest defines itself as the world’s catalog of ideas. We know that it’s a great place to find shared inspiration on everything you can imagine. From attracting bees to your garden to decorating your home for the holidays. We’ve spent the summer updating our page and would love you to take a look. You can find the link to our boards at the bottom of this page.
Russian Nesting Dolls
Old World Craftsmanship
The first Russian matryoshka was created in 1890 and was inspired by a funny, 7-piece Japanese figurine of an old man. An artist named Sergei Maliutin was intrigued and decided to create his own version. The first depicted traditional Russian peasant families. Modern dolls are made using the same techniques using wood from birch or linden trees and each one is unique. You’ll find Matryoshka in the Holiday Collectable Room.
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The Bruce Company Garden Center
2830 Parmenter Street, Middleton, WI 53562