Has your garden seen better days? We get it. The freeze from this past winter was unprecedented, causing many local plants to suffer. If your plants were victims of this past freeze, donâ€™t let that stop you from going into this spring feeling confident. As humans, we experience many unexpected, negative changes throughout our lives, but we keep going. At Just Fruits and Exotics, we believe part of our resiliency as people comes from continuing to grow throughout hard times, and that directly translates into nourishing our gardens and watching them flourish. Thatâ€™s why we urge you to keep planting and adding to your garden this spring (after freeze danger has passed). Keep reading to learn more about why you should keep growing after a freeze!
Keep on Growing
We understand how disheartening it can be to see all your hard work ruined by an unforeseen freeze, but it doesnâ€™t mean you should give up on your garden. Our experts strongly encourage you to continue adding to your garden to regrow (after the freeze danger has passed). Stop by Just Fruits this spring to shop our huge selection of fruit trees, berry bushes, and ornamental plantsâ€”weâ€™ve made sure to stock up! Additionally, weâ€™ll have plenty of flowering perennials, herbs, and veggie seedlings to add some exciting variety to your garden. Feel free to contact us for advice on how to help your garden thrive again after this past winter!
Liven Up Your Garden
If your plants were affected by the recent freeze, your garden is probably looking a bit dull and dreary. Add life to your garden again by adding colorful, Talavera pottery! Just Fruits now has a large selection of beautiful Talavera pots and fun garden statuary that any gardener would love. A good way to start reestablishing your garden is by growing plants in pots. If youâ€™re not sure what plants to start with this spring, we recommend fruit trees, berry bushes, ornamentals, herbs, and veggie seedlings. Citrus trees, blueberry bushes, flowering perennials, veggies, and herbs can be planted in the spring, so shop our variety online or in-person!Â
Just like humans, our plants are more resilient than we think. Donâ€™t let one setback stop you from enjoying the fruits of your laborâ€”literally. It may take some time, but you can always regrow and prosper again! At Just Fruits, we have lots of native plant varieties and cold hardy plants that can hold up through hard freezes. Weâ€™re always expanding our selection of natives because native plants grow and perform the best in our climate. Still, we recommend getting familiar with our Frost & Freeze Protection Guide to prevent future freeze-related damage. Contact us to learn more, and come in to see our selection grow!