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Drinkware for Him

June 2nd, 2017|Comments Off on Drinkware for Him

Riverview Nursery & Garden Center

For the Dude in Your Life

Manly drinkware is a fun part of Summer, where picnics, parties and trips to the beach rule. Check out these dude-ly drinking accessories available now at […]

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Blooming Now! 05/04/2017

May 4th, 2017|Comments Off on Blooming Now! 05/04/2017

       We just had to share!
It’s Spring and it’s seems as if everything is bursting with flowers. Here are some of the prettiest blooming plants at our store
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Moonlight Scotch Broom $32.99

An abundance of softly glowing, […]

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Hello, Dear Flower Friends…

May 4th, 2017|Comments Off on Hello, Dear Flower Friends…

Finding the first flowers of Spring is as joyful as a reuniting with longtime friends. Our best buddies are just waking up from a long winter’s nap and they’re ready to meet new people and […]

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DIY Live! Wall Planting Tutorial

April 7th, 2017|Comments Off on DIY Live! Wall Planting Tutorial

DIY Live! Wall Planting Tutorial
Today we’ll be talking about how to make a wall planting in one of our favorite new products from our winter buying trip. We recently brought in fabulous rust wall planters […]

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DIY Holiday Wreath Decorating Video Tutorial

December 12th, 2016|Comments Off on DIY Holiday Wreath Decorating Video Tutorial

 

Check out our newest DIY video on wreath decorating! It’s easy to turn a plain wreath into a gorgeous holiday display piece!

DIY Holiday Wreath:

You’ll need:

1 Fresh Mixed Greens Wreath
Ornaments, bells or other holiday decor
Ribbon […]

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December Gardening Tips

December 6th, 2016|Comments Off on December Gardening Tips

Holiday Trees Nothing enhances a festive mood like the scent of fresh evergreens. Follow these tips to make the most of your holiday greenery:

Choose a Christmas tree that has firm needles that don’t fall from branches when handling the tree. Individual needles should bend rather than snap if you pinch them between your fingers. Also, inspect the stump; the cut end of a fresher tree will be moist and may have some sticky sap on it yet.
When you get the tree home, cut 2 inches off the base of the trunk. Plunge the freshly cut stump into a bucket of water. Trees can absorb 1 gallon of water in the first 24 hours. Check the water level in your tree stand twice a day for the first week. Add water as needed. Each day, trees can drink roughly 1 quart of water for every inch of trunk diameter.
If your tree dries out, the wound likely healed over and stopped absorbing water. Make a fresh cut on the stump and it can absorb water again. […]

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Spooky Stocking Pumpkin Tutorial

September 13th, 2016|Comments Off on Spooky Stocking Pumpkin Tutorial

This tutorial shows you how to create your own decorative stocking pumpkin. This is an easy and inexpensive way to decorated for the Fall season. You can decorate approximately 5-6 pumpkins from one pair of […]

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Maidenhair Fern Terrarium

August 22nd, 2016|Comments Off on Maidenhair Fern Terrarium

Today, it seems like everyone is making their own terrarium. From DIY Mason Jar terrariums, to elaborate Wardian cases, this garden trend is sweeping the nation as homeowners fall in love with these miniature worlds […]