We have all of your favorites–tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, crocus, alliums–and a few not-so-well known treasures for your garden. Mid- to late October is the best time to plant your spring bulbs (planting too can early promote premature leaf growth) and nothing could be more uplifting after a long winter than crocus, snowdrops and winter aconite blossoms peeking through the snow come spring. Allow the Klein’s staff to share planting tips and ideas to keep those pesky squirrels from digging up those newly planted bulbs. And for indoor blooms, don’t forget a few hyacinths, paperwhites and amaryllis (arriving mid-month) for indoor forcing. We carry a lovely assortment of forcing glasses, vases and decorative pottery. Forced bulbs make for an inexpensive and treasured holiday gift. Any bulb questions? Don’t forget our Mad Gardener @ firstname.lastname@example.org!
Join us Saturday, October 22, 2022, 8:00 a.m. in Klein’s greenhouses for a Gentle Morning Yoga class. Start your morning off in the most peaceful way… Surrounded by warm, oxygen rich air, and beautiful greenery all around. Breathe deeply, and stretch your body to awaken to a beautiful day. The pace of the class will be steady to slow with intention to make a connection to the Earth, to find our roots, and to ground-down for the Winter Season. This class is open to everyone, even if you’re brand new to yoga! All are welcome With attendance you will receive a FREE GIFT: an adorable Mini Succulent to take home with you. We sure hope you’ll join us for a lovely morning of Yoga surrounded by Nature’s Goodness.
Please RSVP as space is limited.
During Store Hours, Saturday and Sunday, October 15 & 16.
Find unique one-of-a-kind items for gifts or for yourself. Ceramics, Paintings, Fiber, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Photography, Sculpture, Wood and more!
For more info visit https://artworkswisconsin.com.
Choose from German Extra Hardy, Chesnok Red, Inchelium Red, Music, Early Italian and Ivan. Shop early for best selection and best planted after our first frosts, usually between September 25 and November 30 here in Southern Wisconsin.