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You guys probably remember my previous post at
https://www.agardenersforum.com/for...a-whimsical-assortment-of-creatures.html
A year later, I'm back to share some more photos.

This past weekend, I've had the pleasure of returning to Roger's Gardens in Corona Del Mar, California (So Cal).
I've brought back a handful of photos from that day, to share with everyone :)

Rogers Gardens
2301 San Joaquin Hills Rd
Corona Del Mar, California
(949) 640-5800
OPEN: Daily 9am-6pm
Roger's Gardens is dog friendly
WEBSITE - http://www.rogersgardens.com/
FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/rogersgardens

I don't work for, or have anything to gain from visiting or promoting this garden/nursery/business.

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These were wonderful gift ideas for the gardener in your life.

Basically, a few garden pieces and a /major/ item all wrapped in cellophane.

One item was a red bird feeder. Another was a green hose. And lastly, another was a metal garden tool box. Each contained either a spade, seeds, bird food, or a spray trigger, and a bunch of other smaller items such as a log/notebook or flower quick reference guide.

Make your own. Your tea-house date would love it!

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I love the raised beds, flowers, the pine planter, and the slab fountains :)


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What makes glass exotic? Interesting.




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Yes, ALL the photos are very interesting.


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Very nice...thanks for sharing.

I'd love to have such a choice of indoor plants to choose from.


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Originally Posted by Sunflowers
Very nice...thanks for sharing.

I'd love to have such a choice of indoor plants to choose from.


You're very welcome :)

I use to have a few indoor plants when living in an apartment. But ever since the move in to a house with a backyard, all the plants seem to be more of an "outdoors-type"... except for the few tiny cactus around the desk. heh


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