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Sunnyhill Greenhouse Vegetable plants, annual bedding plants, perennials, hanging baskets, assortment of planters, and herbs

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It is an interesting time of year. As we sow seeds for some types of vegetables in one greenhouse, we have bucket tomato...
04/04/2022

It is an interesting time of year. As we sow seeds for some types of vegetables in one greenhouse, we have bucket tomatoes blooming and beginning tomatoes on them in another greenhouse. As some types of flowers are still rooting deep into the soil, other flowers are showing their pretty foliage, budding, or blooming. It is really neat to see all of these different growth stages occurring simultaneously at Sunnyhill Greenhouses. Cool season plants, tomato buckets and cups, herbs, foliage plants, and some types of flowers are ready.

Recently, we have noticed this lavender has begun to provide an extremely fragrant scent as we water the greenhouses. Ea...
04/01/2022

Recently, we have noticed this lavender has begun to provide an extremely fragrant scent as we water the greenhouses. Early spring is a good time to transplant this type of lavender into your garden or a container, to add a beautiful look and sweet smell to your landscape. In addition, it attracts pollinators and has multiple different qualities and uses. Stop by Sunnyhill Greenhouses for this item or other plants for this spring season.

As April approaches this week, there are many important items to add to our to-do lists for our flower and vegetable gar...
03/28/2022

As April approaches this week, there are many important items to add to our to-do lists for our flower and vegetable gardens. Throughout the month, it is time to begin thinking about spring annuals, perennials, and vegetables as the season warms. We are seeing lots of growth at Sunnyhill Greenhouses- our tomato buckets are blooming, and some of our flowers are beginning to show color too! We have miscellaneous items ready, including cool season plants, tomato buckets and cups, foliage plants, and some types of flowers.

Did you know that cool season vegetables need cool temperatures for growth and to produce more sugars, both contributing...
03/25/2022

Did you know that cool season vegetables need cool temperatures for growth and to produce more sugars, both contributing to their taste and crop quality? Cool season crops are very diverse, ranging from those that we enjoy eating the leaves of -like this lettuce- to those that we eat of the stem, root, bulb, or even flower bud. You can find many different types of cool season vegetable plants currently at Sunnyhill Greenhouses.

Happy Spring! The transition from winter to spring is a wonderful time of year because the beauties and wonders of natur...
03/21/2022

Happy Spring! The transition from winter to spring is a wonderful time of year because the beauties and wonders of nature begin to reappear. It is when the flowers begin to bloom and when the sun’s rays seem to shine a little brighter. A few early flower blooms greeted us the past few days, encouraging signs of the many blooms to come as the spring season progresses at Sunnyhill Greenhouses.

For St. Patrick’s Day, we wanted to share pictures of a few of the green plants in our greenhouses. The color green is a...
03/17/2022

For St. Patrick’s Day, we wanted to share pictures of a few of the green plants in our greenhouses. The color green is associated with growth, spring, optimism, and hopefulness. As the gardening season begins, many look forward to watching plants grow because of the joy and excitement that it provides. Twenty varieties of miscellaneous cool season vegetable plants (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, kale, collards, swiss chard, lettuce, onion, and much more) are currently ready, with multiple types of other plants and flowers continuing to grow. Stop by Sunnyhill Greenhouses!

Do you remember some of those tiny seedlings that we pictured earlier in the year? Over the course of multiple weeks, we...
02/28/2022

Do you remember some of those tiny seedlings that we pictured earlier in the year? Over the course of multiple weeks, we have watched the plants grow larger and stronger. As the days also grow longer, Sunnyhill Greenhouses will be opening for our 2022 spring season, beginning March 1st! Please note, the plants that are currently ready include cool season vegetable plants (cabbage, etc.), lettuce plants, onion plants, and a few types of foliage hanging baskets. Numerous other types of plants are still growing and will be ready in the coming weeks! If you have any questions, please message us.

How can such little things spark so big of dreams? This was a question that we asked as we held these hundreds of micros...
02/07/2022

How can such little things spark so big of dreams? This was a question that we asked as we held these hundreds of microscopic seeds in just the palm of our hands. We have been sowing multiple thousands of seeds over the span of many weeks now. Every time we sow seeds, it makes us think of how the growing process teaches patience. Some seeds take days to germinate, while others take weeks. Seeding is the beginning of a long growing season at Sunnyhill Greenhouses, as we begin to see the results unfold from our efforts as spring quickly approaches.

The sun shined down on the greenhouses as we surveyed the seedlings and transplants this morning. The many different sta...
01/01/2022

The sun shined down on the greenhouses as we surveyed the seedlings and transplants this morning. The many different stages of germinating seeds, seedlings, and transplants around us provided a welcome reminder of how every new year can provide opportunities for new growth. We are continuing to work daily and look forward to Sunnyhill Greenhouses's 2022 season. Our family will keep you posted throughout the year: from sowing seeds for your spring flowers and plants to harvesting those delicious summer vegetables to growing items for your fall season. If you have any questions, please message us. Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas from Sunnyhill Greenhouses! This festive looking plant has always amazed me this time of year as it prod...
12/25/2021

Merry Christmas from Sunnyhill Greenhouses! This festive looking plant has always amazed me this time of year as it produces its own red berries along its greenery, resembling ornaments on a Christmas tree. Christmas is characteristically filled with surprises, including the many surprises that occurred on that first Christmas day. Our family hopes that everyone has a wonderful Christmas day filled with nice surprises and many good memories.

During Thanksgiving, it is suggested to reflect on what we are thankful for. We are thankful for many things, including ...
11/25/2021

During Thanksgiving, it is suggested to reflect on what we are thankful for. We are thankful for many things, including the seeds that we will begin sowing very soon; the seedlings that sprout from these seeds; our greenhouses that we work to fill with plants for spring; our gardens that produce our vegetables to harvest; and the delicious taste of homegrown food, including the cabbage that we picked today for our family to enjoy Thanksgiving slaw! Most of all, we are thankful for our plant and vegetable customers that have supported us throughout the spring, summer, and fall seasons for the past 22 years. Happy Thanksgiving from our family at Sunnyhill Greenhouses!

Next week is Thanksgiving. Are you looking to add new in-season vegetables to your Thanksgiving meal this year? Cabbage ...
11/17/2021

Next week is Thanksgiving. Are you looking to add new in-season vegetables to your Thanksgiving meal this year? Cabbage and broccoli are both very healthy additions and can be used in many different side dish recipes: thanksgiving slaw, thanksgiving cabbage salad, thanksgiving roasted cabbage, thanksgiving broccoli and cheese casserole, and many others, with most recipes having a prep time of under one hour! If these vegetables sound delicious to you, message us to pre-order and pick-up our freshly picked broccoli and cabbage this week.

Now is a good time to stock up on homegrown cool-season vegetables for your winter and holiday meals. We will be at the ...
11/05/2021

Now is a good time to stock up on homegrown cool-season vegetables for your winter and holiday meals. We will be at the farmers market at the corner of Main & McKee Street today, Friday, November 5th, with broccoli, cabbage, pepper, red potatoes, and maybe a few other items! Broccoli has many health benefits and you can fix it in a variety of ways: veggie trays for holiday or sports parties; mix it with a salad; or douse it in cheese for a delicious soup, casserole, or side dish. Stop by today for Sunnyhill Greenhouse's freshly picked broccoli and more!

The growing season continues. Even though today is the first day of November, we still have some vegetables that we are ...
11/02/2021

The growing season continues. Even though today is the first day of November, we still have some vegetables that we are picking. We have quite a few heads of broccoli currently ready; red Irish potatoes available in small and large quantities; sweet bell pepper; and a few heads of cabbage ready this week. We will have these items for sale at our Sunnyhill Greenhouse location tomorrow; please message us if you have any questions about these items. Thanks!

Do you use your fall decorations for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or both? Some fall items are very versatile and are used f...
10/28/2021

Do you use your fall decorations for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or both? Some fall items are very versatile and are used for table decorations for both, while other items keep their color throughout the chilly mornings that the earlier parts of the fall harvest season brings. The last colors of our later blooming mums have been shining brightly, and our colors of flowering kale/cabbage have quickly darkened its tones. We also have decorative corn, broomcorn, straw, fodder, and very few small mixed winter squash/pumpkins. *We also have broccoli for sale this week! Message Sunnyhill Greenhouses with any questions!

There are only 16 days left until it is Halloween! If you have not already put up a fall decoration and still need some ...
10/16/2021

There are only 16 days left until it is Halloween! If you have not already put up a fall decoration and still need some fall decoration supplies, you can visit us at Sunnyhill Greenhouses! Tomorrow, we will only be selling at our greenhouse location. We have corn fodder, straw, a few different colors of mums left (regular sized & large pots available), Indian corn, mini decorative corn, broomcorn, flowering kale/cabbage, and a few smaller sized mixed squash/pumpkins. If you have questions about any of our items, please message us! *Please note, we have varying amounts of the 10 colors that are remaining and have sold out of some colors of mums!

Happy Fall Break! For those stopping by our Sunnyhill Greenhouses location this week or the farmers market (on Tuesday a...
10/12/2021

Happy Fall Break! For those stopping by our Sunnyhill Greenhouses location this week or the farmers market (on Tuesday at the corner of Main & McKee Street), we wanted to give you an update:
*Mums: We have a varied amount of each of the 10 different color tones of mums currently left (6 colors are pictured in this post). We have regular sized and large pots available.
*Other fall decoration supplies: We have Indian corn, mini decorative corn, broomcorn, straw, fodder, different colors of flowering kale/cabbage, and a few smaller sized mixed squash and pumpkins.
*Vegetables: We will have sweet corn, potatoes, and a few other types of vegetables at the farmers market (at the corner of Main & McKee Street) Tuesday, beginning at 11:00am.
If you have any questions, message us!

We were back out in the fields also picking this evening, so we will have more bicolor sweet corn, green beans, greens, ...
10/09/2021

We were back out in the fields also picking this evening, so we will have more bicolor sweet corn, green beans, greens, radishes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, okra, tomatoes, yellow squash, mums, and other fall decoration items tomorrow morning at Depot Street Farmers Market! The market is on Academy Street at the Greene County Partnership Parking lot; it begins at 9:00am. Please note: *We will have vegetables and fall items at Depot Street Farmers Market. *We will ONLY have mums, fodder, straw, flowering kale/cabbage, decorative corn, broomcorn, and a few other fall decorative items at our Sunnyhill Greenhouses location. We hope to see you Saturday!

The morning after a rain is always a cool and wet morning to pick vegetables. We have been out in the corn field in our ...
10/08/2021

The morning after a rain is always a cool and wet morning to pick vegetables. We have been out in the corn field in our muck boots and raincoats picking this morning and wanted to give you an update on what all Sunnyhill Greenhouses will have today at the farmers market. We have multiple dozens of bicolor SWEET CORN again today! In addition, we have green beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, okra, fall decoration items, mums, and a few other items at the market today at the corner of Main & McKee Street. The market begins at 11:00am. We only have fall decoration items at our greenhouse location today, so you need to stop by the farmers market if you are looking for vegetables. We hope to see you today!

Look at that corn… This time of year has characteristically been known as harvest season for corn. Uniquely for us, we h...
10/07/2021

Look at that corn… This time of year has characteristically been known as harvest season for corn. Uniquely for us, we have harvested a few different types of corn: including a wheelbarrow full of sweet corn! If you need sweet corn, let us know: we just freshly picked it! We also have broomcorn and decorative corn, along with mums, flowering kale/cabbage, fall decoration items, and a few types of vegetables. We will be selling these items at our Sunnyhill Greenhouses location tomorrow! Please message us if you have questions.

UPDATE: For today, we have sold out of sweet corn. You can check back later this week on this page if you wanted corn; w...
10/05/2021

UPDATE: For today, we have sold out of sweet corn. You can check back later this week on this page if you wanted corn; we will post when we pick more! We are back at our greenhouses now selling fall decoration items, including mums, fodder, straw, mini decorative corn, broomcorn, and flowering kale/cabbage.

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It is an interesting time of year. As we sow seeds for some types of vegetables in one greenhouse, we have bucket tomatoes blooming and beginning tomatoes on them in another greenhouse. As some types of flowers are still rooting deep into the soil, other flowers are showing their pretty foliage, budding, or blooming. It is really neat to see all of these different growth stages occurring simultaneously at Sunnyhill Greenhouses. Cool season plants, tomato buckets and cups, herbs, foliage plants, and some types of flowers are ready.
Recently, we have noticed this lavender has begun to provide an extremely fragrant scent as we water the greenhouses. Early spring is a good time to transplant this type of lavender into your garden or a container, to add a beautiful look and sweet smell to your landscape. In addition, it attracts pollinators and has multiple different qualities and uses. Stop by Sunnyhill Greenhouses for this item or other plants for this spring season.
As April approaches this week, there are many important items to add to our to-do lists for our flower and vegetable gardens. Throughout the month, it is time to begin thinking about spring annuals, perennials, and vegetables as the season warms. We are seeing lots of growth at Sunnyhill Greenhouses- our tomato buckets are blooming, and some of our flowers are beginning to show color too! We have miscellaneous items ready, including cool season plants, tomato buckets and cups, foliage plants, and some types of flowers.
Did you know that cool season vegetables need cool temperatures for growth and to produce more sugars, both contributing to their taste and crop quality? Cool season crops are very diverse, ranging from those that we enjoy eating the leaves of -like this lettuce- to those that we eat of the stem, root, bulb, or even flower bud. You can find many different types of cool season vegetable plants currently at Sunnyhill Greenhouses.
Happy Spring! The transition from winter to spring is a wonderful time of year because the beauties and wonders of nature begin to reappear. It is when the flowers begin to bloom and when the sun’s rays seem to shine a little brighter. A few early flower blooms greeted us the past few days, encouraging signs of the many blooms to come as the spring season progresses at Sunnyhill Greenhouses.
For St. Patrick’s Day, we wanted to share pictures of a few of the green plants in our greenhouses. The color green is associated with growth, spring, optimism, and hopefulness. As the gardening season begins, many look forward to watching plants grow because of the joy and excitement that it provides. Twenty varieties of miscellaneous cool season vegetable plants (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, kale, collards, swiss chard, lettuce, onion, and much more) are currently ready, with multiple types of other plants and flowers continuing to grow. Stop by Sunnyhill Greenhouses!
Do you remember some of those tiny seedlings that we pictured earlier in the year? Over the course of multiple weeks, we have watched the plants grow larger and stronger. As the days also grow longer, Sunnyhill Greenhouses will be opening for our 2022 spring season, beginning March 1st! Please note, the plants that are currently ready include cool season vegetable plants (cabbage, etc.), lettuce plants, onion plants, and a few types of foliage hanging baskets. Numerous other types of plants are still growing and will be ready in the coming weeks! If you have any questions, please message us.
How can such little things spark so big of dreams? This was a question that we asked as we held these hundreds of microscopic seeds in just the palm of our hands. We have been sowing multiple thousands of seeds over the span of many weeks now. Every time we sow seeds, it makes us think of how the growing process teaches patience. Some seeds take days to germinate, while others take weeks. Seeding is the beginning of a long growing season at Sunnyhill Greenhouses, as we begin to see the results unfold from our efforts as spring quickly approaches.
The sun shined down on the greenhouses as we surveyed the seedlings and transplants this morning. The many different stages of germinating seeds, seedlings, and transplants around us provided a welcome reminder of how every new year can provide opportunities for new growth. We are continuing to work daily and look forward to Sunnyhill Greenhouses's 2022 season. Our family will keep you posted throughout the year: from sowing seeds for your spring flowers and plants to harvesting those delicious summer vegetables to growing items for your fall season. If you have any questions, please message us. Happy New Year!
Merry Christmas from Sunnyhill Greenhouses! This festive looking plant has always amazed me this time of year as it produces its own red berries along its greenery, resembling ornaments on a Christmas tree. Christmas is characteristically filled with surprises, including the many surprises that occurred on that first Christmas day. Our family hopes that everyone has a wonderful Christmas day filled with nice surprises and many good memories.
During Thanksgiving, it is suggested to reflect on what we are thankful for. We are thankful for many things, including the seeds that we will begin sowing very soon; the seedlings that sprout from these seeds; our greenhouses that we work to fill with plants for spring; our gardens that produce our vegetables to harvest; and the delicious taste of homegrown food, including the cabbage that we picked today for our family to enjoy Thanksgiving slaw! Most of all, we are thankful for our plant and vegetable customers that have supported us throughout the spring, summer, and fall seasons for the past 22 years. Happy Thanksgiving from our family at Sunnyhill Greenhouses!
Next week is Thanksgiving. Are you looking to add new in-season vegetables to your Thanksgiving meal this year? Cabbage and broccoli are both very healthy additions and can be used in many different side dish recipes: thanksgiving slaw, thanksgiving cabbage salad, thanksgiving roasted cabbage, thanksgiving broccoli and cheese casserole, and many others, with most recipes having a prep time of under one hour! If these vegetables sound delicious to you, message us to pre-order and pick-up our freshly picked broccoli and cabbage this week.