About Mimi’s Greenhouse

MIMI’S GREENHOUSE 

INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE 

AUGUST 27 8:30 – 4:30

Here are a few things I’ll have on the 27th:

All 1 gallon flowering shrubs will be $5, Japanese Maples in 3 gallon pots are $20, Gallon pots of Hydrangeas $5, Gallon perennials (Butterfly bushes, rosemary, lavender, etc) $4.50 each, gallon size Hosta $5 each (lots of varieties including miniature varieties). Blueberry bushes $5, Fig trees, other plants, trees, etc will be for sale. Bare root Iris $1 each. They are not named so it will be a surprise in the spring but a dollar is a deal! There are other things too. Oh yes, Banana trees – BIG ONES – $20 each – smaller ones $10 most are hardy to 20 degrees! the tropical ones are easy to winter over – all you need to do to winter them over is toss them into the basement or garage and forget them till spring. Seriously, they will look dead but will sprout out when the weather warms. I left 5 one gallon potted ones in my basement because I thought they were dead. I went in there a month later and all of them had new growth!

Mimi’s Greenhouse grows and sells plants from our middle Tennessee location.  We grow and sell herbs, perennials, Hosta , shrubs, veggie starts and other plants. For a list of some of the herbs we sell click here  Hosta  click here  Butterfly Bushes here And Peggy Martin Roses Click here we have many other perennials too!

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Owner and Grower:  Kathy Green

Location: 219 Robert Ave White House, TN

Contact us:  kathy@mimisgreenhouse.com                                                                                                                      

 

 

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