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Hanging Basket Poinsettias

This holiday season, Creekside has a beautiful plant to help bring you some cheer, the poinsettia! Known as the Christmas plant, the poinsettia is native to Mexico and Central America. It was first introduced to the United States back in the early 1800s by Joel Robert Poinsett, who was the United States Ambassador to Mexico. The common name we are all familiar with is named after him.

Cleveland Pear

This low maintenance tree is native to Asia and is planted for its decorative value. In the fall, this pear tree offers us a substantial amount of fall color. The glossy green foliage will turn a brilliant copper orange, reminding us of the changing seasons. When this tree flowers in the early spring, it has a beautiful white bloom.

Roses

Here at Creekside, our roses are beautiful and blooming! We have an abundance of roses available for sale in a 3 gallon size! We have a multitude of roses in the Knock Out® series, the Drift® series and we also have climbing roses all available for sale. Be sure to get yours today! These plants are sure to be a knock out in any winter landscape!

Chile Pequin Pepper

The Chile Pequin Pepper is an attractive annual hot pepper. At maturity, it can get to be between two and four feet tall. It has white flowers and little red peppers that are extremely hot. The Chile Pequin is about ten times hotter than a jalapeno pepper, hitting approximately 40,000 to 60,000 units on the scoville scale! The Chile Pequin has low water requirements and is very heat tolerant. It is easy to grow and is an excellent xeriscaping plant.

'Carolina Sapphire' Arizona Cypress

Carolina Cypress is a drought tolerant, fast growing evergreen conifer. It is grown for its striking silvery bluish green foliage and its wonderful fragrance. It has a conical shaped growth habit reminiscent of a Christmas tree. Carolina Sapphire is great as a privacy border plant or a xeriscape specimen.