Adding Local Natural Beauty During Keep America Beautiful Month

April is Keep America Beautiful Month. It’s also International Plant Appreciation Day on April 13th and Earth Day on April 20th. We all play a role in making where we live more beautiful by keeping it clean, adding flowers and plants, starting community gardens, and ensuring we show pride in where we live.

As part of the community, our Baltimore flower shop also is taking part in making sure our little corner of America stays beautiful. To do our part, we just installed planters around Towson. This is part of a beautification process that is being led by the Towson Chamber of Commerce.

As the article link notes, each planter contains two boxwood bushes that are surrounded by perennial flowers. These planters are located on major streets that include Pennsylvania, Chesapeake, and York Road. The flowers will be replaced with each season to allow a beautiful and colorful sight the whole year round.

You can also add plants and flowers to your business and residence, beautifying everything with a natural perspective. In fact, many plants also provide excellent health benefits. 

We can help you out with our wide selection of green plants and flowering plants. Here are some great examples of what we offer to help beautify your space:

SUCCULENT GARDEN IN 10″ TERRA COTTA BOWL

This green plant display includes a wide range of petite succulent plants in a 10″ terra cotta bowl.

PANSY TUB

Enjoy a vibrant assortment of pansies in a decorative pot. It is bursting with color.

TWO RIEGER BEGONIAS IN A BASKET

Two Rieger begonia plants are arranged in a wicker basket with Spanish moss.  

GERBER DAISY BASKET (6 PLANTS)

Gerber daisies have colorful and long-lasting blooms. There are six plants in this arrangement that are individually potted so you can re-pot them or plant them in your garden.

We also have a wide array of bedding plants to help you create a wonderful garden. Check out what we have in our garden center as well as online through our website.

By | 2018-04-11T23:24:16+00:00 April 13th, 2018|Plants|0 Comments

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