Newsletters

A Spring Thing March 2017

  • It's New at the Bear
  • New Perennials
  • What Winter?
  • Now Available
  • Sign up to receive online newsletters

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Ducky Days March 2016

  • A Few Newbies
  • What’s New at the Bear
  • How About That?
  • Ducks in the Garden
  • Now Available

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Food, Glorious Food April 2015

  • Who’s Hungry?
  • Tomatoes, Peppers, Greens, Melon, Squash and Cukes
  • A Little Fruity
  • Start Planting Your Garden Now!
  • Enhance your garden

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Bear-ly Spring March 2015

  • New Plant Issue
  • New Sunny Perennials
  • Shady Perennials
  • Bear-ly Spring Garden Party
  • March is Garden Club Month

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Lettuce Get On With Spring! March 2014

  • Lettuce Hope For Spring
  • New Shade Loving Perennials
  • New Sun Loving Perennials
  • Start Planting Your Garden Now!
  • March is Garden Club Month

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Heart of the Garden April 2013

  • Time in the Garden
  • Ideas from the Vegetable Garden
  • New Annuals
  • Make the Heart of Your Garden Happy!
  • Spring Specials

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Perennial Dreams Come True March 2013

  • What's New at the Bear
  • New Perennials
  • Start Planting Your Garden Now!
  • New Red Bud Cultivars
  • March is Garden Club Month

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Perennial Fever May 2012

  • Our New Perennials
  • Our Guarantee
  • Heirloom Tomatoes at the Bear

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Spring Everlasting March 2012

  • What's New at the Bear
  • Plant Police Strike Again
  • Sorry, Nothing to Complain About
  • At The Bear This Spring
  • March is Garden Club Month

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News You Can May 2011

  • New Annuals & Perennials
  • New Vines & Shrubs
  • 10th Anniversary Open House

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Winging into Spring March 2011

  • What's New at the Bear
  • So Long, Evil Winter
  • The Gift of Dirt
  • GoGrow Compost

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Firsts in Flowers April 2010

  • What's New in the Plant World
  • The Overachievers
  • Vegetable Plants This Spring

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Digging out of Winter March 2010

  • The Overachievers
  • Winter Gardening
  • Old Ironsides
  • Our Shady Favorite
  • New Vegetable Plants This Spring

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