Oxalis

Oxalis, commonly known as the shamrock, comes in several colors in addition to the traditional St. Patrick's Day green! Oxalis takes bright indirect light and moderate moisture. A tip for first-time Oxalis owners- the plant may appear dead when it is in fact just dormant!

Lemon Lime Dracaena

The Lemon Lime Dracaena can provide a perfect dash of color for any low-light area of your house. For ultimate health, let it dry in between watering and make sure not to choose too large of a pot when transplanting- this dracaena does best when pot-bound and well-rooted. Bonus! We have them in stock year-round!

Anthurium

Available year round at Garden Heights, Anthurium comes in several colors. We always have red, pink, and white in stock and from time to time have orange and purple varieties also! Anthurium thrives in bright, indirect light with evenly moist soil, so be sure to water consistently and provide enough light for those beautiful blooms.

Helleborus- Ivory Prince

This helleborus variety produces creamy white flowers flushed with pink and green starting in late winter throughout the beginning of spring. They're perfect for areas with shade or dappled sunlight and are even deer and rabbit resistant!

Helleborus- Ice N' Roses

Starting in early spring, this helleborus variety produces dark rose-colored  blooms. They're perfect for areas with shade or dappled sunlight and are even deer and rabbit resistant!

Helleborus- Pink frost

Starting in early spring, this helleborus variety produces light pink and white flowers. They're perfect for areas with shade or dappled sunlight and are even deer and rabbit resistant!

Pansies

This annual loves full to partial sun and thrive with watering from the soil, not the leaves. They come in a variety of colors and seldom have problems with insects or disease, assuring they'll be a beautiful addition to your beds in early summer.

Primrose

This low-growing annual is one of the first plants to bloom in the spring and continue producing blooms into fall. They are hardy and adaptable and come in a variety of colors! They appreciate lightly shaded areas, well-drained soil, and thorough watering once a week.

Alyssum

Alyssum grows three to six inches tall in mounds of foliage with pops of delicate color. Alyysum are perfect for landscape edging or creating beautifully full hanging baskets.

Globe Blue Spruce

When we say blue, we mean blue! This hardy evergreen with strikingly blue needles is very drought and heat tolerant and a reliable addition to your yard. It does best with full sun and weekly watering when first planted to maintain its health and bright blue hue. Once established, neglect is best. 

Goldilocks Hinoki Cyprus

This evergreen has striking golden foliage all year long. It does best in part sun and will thrive with little attention.

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stems

We have a beautiful selection of long-lasting stems to adorn any centerpiece or floor vase. Stems currently in stock include forsythia branches, giant pussy willow, curly willow, and short fantail willow.

Christmas Jewel Holly

This unique, self-pollinating holly tree has a dwarf habit and provides an attractive focal point at the front of your landscape, with red pops of color. It grows best with partial sunlight, consistent watering, and a shade break in the afternoon.

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Screens

These beautiful laser-cut steel screens come in three available styles and are the ideal solution for instant privacy on a terrace or outdoor living space. All three self-standing options measure 45"x76" and are very easy to assemble.