Welcome to Our Fall Sale
September 30th - October 23rd
Thursday through Saturday
9am - 4pm
We'll be offering a large selection of trees & shrubs, select succulents & houseplants, blooming herbaceous perennials to add color to your fall garden, fall annuals, fall veggie starts and bulbs at the greenhouse during our Fall Sale. You will also find a selection of pottery & garden art as well as some special creations from the Painter's Greenhouse community.
Trees & Shrubs
Fall is the best time to plant trees and shrubs. The roots have enough time to get established before the first frost and will require less watering than in the hot summer months. This is the best way to set your plants up for success next spring! Click below to learn what trees & shrubs we're most excited about this fall.
As we head into fall and your favorite summer blooms begin to fade it is time to start thinking about cool weather plants for your garden! We will offer a stunning selection of Belgium mums in assorted fall colors (pictured above), pansies and violas at our fall sale. Click below to learn more about these plants and discover which is right for you!
It is always nice to incorporate fall perennials into your landscape so you can maintain texture and color in your garden as the temperature drops, the days get shorter and your summer flowers are no more. This fall at Painters we will have a lovely selection of perennials for your fall and winter gardens including grasses, heuchera, and some of our favorite fall bloomers including hardy mums, asters, Toad Lilies, and more!
Houseplants & Succulents
We our proud to offer an ever-growing selection of houseplants and succulents at Painters while maintaining the quality, size, and savings we're known for. This fall we will have a select number of a variety of houseplants & succulents (please note that many things will not be restocked so if there is something you desperately want we recommend coming early).
Darcy's Daydream Planter Holders
This fall we will be selling lovely metal planter holders as well as sculptural metal and paper planters (crafted with locally harvested plants) made by Darcy Ward