Keep America Beautiful Month and International Plant Appreciation Day

C1April is about the environment and taking care of Nature. If we don’t, it won’t be there for future generations. Plus, it does so much for us in terms of our health and wellness. And, it’s beauty is unmatched. That’s why it’s good to do your part, too, in protecting and caring for the environment.

April has been designated as Keep America Beautiful Month. Plus, April 13th is International Plant Appreciation Day. Both provide opportunities to plant some more of Nature to grow and add to the beauty. There are also events throughout the Atlanta area designed around clean-up projects, community gardens, and energy consumption awareness.

We offer a wide range of plants and blooming plants that are great for celebrating both of these environmental special occasions. Here are some gorgeous examples:

First, we have a number of flowering plants that are great for your home or office.

C2WHITE HYDRANGEA EUROPEAN GARDEN
This European Garden offers a flowering white hydrangea along with other white accent blooming plants, green plants, and southern ivy.

PERFECT PEACE DISH GARDEN
Enjoy this garden that includes numerous seasonal plants from our greenhouse.

NATURE’S SECRET GARDEN
In this garden arrangement, you’ll receive an azalea bush plus small green plants in a handled basket.

GARDEN IN GLASS
Enjoy this easy-care green garden that you can fit anywhere, including kitchen counters and office desks. The plants vary based on the season and current availability.

FLOWERING SUCCULENT GARDEN
This unique green arrangement gives you a combination of flowering seasonal plants with succulents.

C3Second, we also have green plants for the home or office like these:

SUCCULENT GARDEN IN GLASS
This desktop garden of succulent plants comes in a glass bowl and offers a wide range of textures.

TABLETOP PLANT GARDEN
You can enjoy numerous types of green plants and a colorful flowering plant.

Order today through our website or visit our Atlanta flower shop!

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