Mischler’s has been a full-service flower shop and greenhouse since 1944. We are open year round offering retail sales and delivery in the Buffalo metro area. Visit mischlersflorist.com where we are currently featuring seasonal annuals, perennials, hanging baskets and container plantings. For further information, call 716 632-1290.
Gardening season isn’t over yet!
- Pull out tired plants and insert some early fall-inspired plants such as ornamental peppers, annual black-eyed susans and annual purple fountain grass.
- Fill in with winter pansies, which can even tolerate some frost.
- Border grasses and late-season blooming perennials, such as agastache and white coneflowers, add interest to your mixed containers.
- Cooler nights are here and early-season mums are just starting to bud up.
Go Gardens take confusion out of choosing perennials
Each Go Garden is a collection of six perennials in one-gallon containers assembled around a theme. The plants are hand selected and are the best of the season.
The themes are:
- Butterfly Flutter By
- Hummm Zingers
- Pollinator Pals
- No Deer here
- American Natives
- Shady Characters
- Cut Above
Go Gardens are available online, too, and can be sent locally as gifts.
Graceful grasses work anywhere
Grasses sway gracefully in the breeze, offering movement in your garden. They sound lovely, too.
You can find ornamental grasses at Mischler’s with patterns, curly shapes, fluffy textures and more. They’re a great way to add height to your garden. Native grasses offer habitat and food for beneficial insects.
Grasses work anywhere in your landscape, from borders to the “back 40.”
Colorful coneflowers last all summer!
When you want weeks of summer bloom from a plant, choose coneflowers. Purple coneflowers are butterfly friendly.
Did you know there are now many varieties of coneflower? Fill an entire garden bed with short, mid-sized and taller coneflowers.
The blooms are different colors, too, including white, pale yellow and a ketchupy-red.
You can plant coneflowers in summer. Get them now while they’re blooming at Mischler’s.