Mischler’s has been a full-service flower shop and greenhouse since 1944.
We are open year round offering seasonal annuals, perennials, succulents and bonsai. Call 716-632-1290 or 877-363-1879.
We are a proud member of PLANT WNY (the Professional Landscape & Nursery Trades of WNY), the presenter of Plantasia.
Go Gardens take confusion out of choosing perennials
Take the confusion out of buying perennials with Go Gardens.
Each Go Garden is a collection of six perennials in one-gallon containers assembled around a theme.
There’s “Butterfly Flutterby” for butterfly lovers, “Hummm Zinger” for bird lovers and “A Cut Above” for people who want cut flowers. Other Go Gardens include “American Natives,” “Pollinator Pals,” “No Deer Here” and “Shady Characters.”
Go Gardens are available online, too, and can be sent as gifts.
Mums, peppers brighten fall gardens
Now that your perennials may be fading, it’s time to brighten your garden with fall annuals.
Mums look great in pots on your porch or deck, and you can set them in a garden bed for a pop of color. They bloom for about a month.
There are early-season, mid-season and late-season mums. They bloom at different times, depending on the variety.
You can plant several kinds of fall plants together to make a full, eye-catching arrangement. Try a pot with mums, ornamental kale and ornamental peppers. You can even mix in herbs and grasses.
Succulents are easy to grow
Known for their easy care, succulents can be grown in almost any type of container. The best containers for plants have drainage, but because succulents need so little moisture, they are the perfect candidate for unusual planters like old drawers, boots and broken vessels.
Mischler’s has been growing succulents for years. We have the knowledge and materials needed to help you begin or expand your succulent gardening experience.
If you‘re looking for a “green thumb” project to brighten an otherwise dull day, visit Mischler’s Greenhouses and choose from more than 100 varieties of succulents.
Succulents are perfect for a mini garden or fairy garden project with a child or grandchild.