Mischler’s Florist & Greenhouses


118 South Forest Rd., Williamsville
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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.

 

Go Gardens take confusion out of choosing perennials

Go Garden from Mischler's in Williamsville
Take the confusion out of buying perennials with Go Gardens at Mischler’s. This one is “Hummzinger” and includes plants that attract hummingbirds. Photo courtesy Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses

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.

 

 

 

gaillardia and phlox
At left is gaillardia, and at right, phlox. Photos courtesy Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses

Showy gaillardia & fabulous phlox

Gaillardia and phlox are great perennials for butterfly gardens. 

Gaillardia have loads of blooms all summer into the fall. Mischler’s offers six colors: peach, bicolor, yellow, red, ‘Sunset Snappy’ and ‘Spintop Copper Sun’. These flowers aren’t just for gardens– try them in pots!

Phlox are great because they also attract hummingbirds. It’s a good flower for the middle of the garden. Mischler’s offers them in a variety of colors. 

annual vinca and begonia
At left is annual vinca and at right is Begonia ‘BIG’. Photos courtesy Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses

Easy summer annuals: vinca flowers & begonias

Vinca flowers will give you a show all season long and are great in pots. They are heat-loving summer annuals that you don’t have to water much. In fact, don’t pamper them– let the soil dry about an inch down and then water.

Begonias are great because they can take the shade and tolerate the sun. There are many varieties that can be used in garden beds or pots. Begonia ‘BIG’ and Dragon Wings are offered with a single plant in a pot; wax begonias are in six-packs.