Receiving Plants The bulk of our crop is annual color that we transplant into various sizes to finish for Landscape Professionals and Home Owners alike. To get an idea of what goes on behind the scenes, we thought you might like to see a little of the process we go through to produce quality, healthy […]

The Best Trailing Pansy You Can Buy Many thanks to the breeders of Wave Petunias for developing a Pansy that trails and provides Fall, Winter and Early Spring color for our Southern Region. If you have a container, hanging basket or window box to plant, you will certainly want this gem of a plant. We […]

We are working in that period of unpredictable spring weather where you can’t decide if you really need that jacket to loading on the layers. February, March and April in the south can throw out everything from snow and ice, hail, high winds, thunder storms and tornadoes. Your winter flowers are trying to flush with […]

Flintwood Farms started as a dairy farm when the Thames family moved from Forest Park, GA all of about 15 miles to Fayette County. The city of Atlanta was growing and Fayetteville was undeveloped, farm land at the time, a great place for a family farm. The business was successful and featured as the cover […]

This has been a brutal winter on our seasonal color this year and we have heard more comments about accents like kales, cabbages and snapdragons that are struggling with the snow and ice. Consider using Collards for an accent that is tough as nails. The proof is in this photo shot after two winter events […]

If you missed the Open House this year you missed a great opportunity for Leadership Development. Chris Holdorf really inspired us all to look at our businesses and marketing in a much different light. Storytelling – a way to engage and connect with your audience and to inspire enthusiasm in your team. Take a step […]

Thrill * Fill * Spill is an easy way to design eye-catching seasonal color beds.  Scroll down for more some of our favorite combinations. Thrill Fill Spill Alocasia Begonia Angelmist Angelonia Banana Brazilian Red Hots Cuban Oregano Caladium Coleus Duranta Canna Euphorbia Ipomea Vine Caladium Impatiens Petunia Cleome Lantana Scaevola Coleus Rudbeckia Setcreasea Colocasia Salvia […]

Points to remember: Plant in large blocks of color. Keep it simple. You’ll achieve greater impact. Avoid mixing too many colors. It will look choppy or confusing and you will lose the impact. Complementary colors are two colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. When used together they appear brighter or more […]