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This Week’s Specials

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June 18 through June 24

  • 3-gallon Warner-grown Butterfly Bush, now $19.99 (regularly $29.99)

  • BOGO quart & gallon pepper plants

  • 1-gallon Warner-grown Perennial Lavender, now $5

  • 5-gallon Siouxland Poplar and Lombardy Poplar, only $29.99

All specials are while supplies last

Free Seminar: Build Your Own Drip Irrigation System

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Join us on Saturday, June 16 at 10 am for a free seminar on how to build your own drip irrigation system for your home. We are big fans of drip irrigation for a lot of reasons – you waste less water and it’s better for your plants – but understand this can be an expensive undertaking.

This seminar will teach you how to build your own system that will give you many of the benefits of a drip irrigation system, but without breaking the bank.


Early Bird Specials This Saturday

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Set the alarm Friday night and make sure to get to Warner’s between 8 am and 11 am for our  Early Bird Special on June 2nd.

  • Buy One, Get One on 1-gallon Dahlias

  • 1-gallon Geraniums, $5

  • 1-gallon Warnergrown Strawberry, $5 (regularly $6.99)

  • 1-gallon Warnergrown Russian Sage, $5 (regularly $7.99)

  • 7-gallon Warnergrown multi Aspen, $49.99 (regularly $69.99)

See you bright and early on Saturday for our Early Bird Sale!

Veggies & Tomatoes Seminar May 26

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Just in time for our Tomatopalooza celebration, local gardening expert Todd Cislo will be holding a free seminar on growing veggies and tomatoes on Saturday, May 26 at 10 am.

Todd has been growing food in Flagstaff for 25 years and is an honorary Master Gardener. He’s been a speaker at the Arizona Highlands Garden Conference and focuses on four-season food production in our region.

Todd is passionate about helping folks grow food and will have tips on soil amendments, season extenders and other ways to help you have a great harvest this year!

Raised Gardening Seminar May 5

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Take your garden to new heights and join us for a seminar on Raised Gardening on Saturday, May 5  at 10 am.

Benefits of raised garden beds include easier planting (as our local soil tends to be hard & rocky). You can also strategically place your raised garden in an area that gets ideal sunlight for your plants and easily adjust soil adding organic matter for nutrient hungry plants like veggies.

Plus it’s easier to keep the critters out!

We’ll have lots of specials for seminar participants, including:

  • Buy 2, get 1 free steer manure
  • $2 off Warner’s Supreme Planting Mix, and
  • $2 off chicken manure.

So learn all about raised garden beds and let’s get planting!


Houseplant 101 on May 5

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Houseplants have amazing powers. The purify our air, improve our mood and are very pretty to look at.

Learn all about the benefits of having houseplants at our free seminar on Saturday, May 5 at 11 am.

And if you have finicky ferns, blossoms that won’t bloom or leaves that are looking low, our houseplant medics will be on hand to diagnose and offer possible solutions.

Seminar participants will also get a special deal – if you buy a houseplant, you can get 20% off a pot.

Warner’s Tree Planting Guide

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Trees add to your garden’s beauty, your property value and the very air we breathe.
Get your guide to planting trees by clicking on the image above or HERE.

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Here’s a great infographic from the folks at the National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture showing the positive affect plants have in our homes, our offices, where we play and where we shop. We particularly love the statistic that plants in the workplace reduce employee sick time by 14 percent. That’s why the staff at Warner’s Nursery is so healthy!

(Note: For a larger version of this graphic, click here.)


Your Guide to Growing from Seed

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Ah spring! Time to play in the dirt and plant the flowers, vegetables and herbs that you’ll get to enjoy throughout the spring, summer and fall. If you are looking for some tips on the best way to plant from seed, your are in the right place. Just click on the image above or HERE to get your guide.

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