Summer Classics Sale
All Summer Classics furniture is 50% off the MSRP/retail price through Labor Day. 20% off all Three Birds furniture as well.
Mother’s Day Gift Guide
Top 15 Gift Guide for Mother’s Day at Clay Garden!
1) Grand Casablanca Diffusers: Let the fragrant aromas of White Hibiscus, Tahitian Gardenia, Moroccan Peony or White Rose diffuse throughout your mother’s home through these elegant, vintage-style porcelain flowers.
2) Assorted Jewelry: Adorn your mother with earrings, bracelets and necklaces from various jewelry makers, including a local boutique, Salty Sparrow.
4) Mosaic Gardening Accessories: Make mom’s garden more artistic with these super cool mosaic bird feeders, plant nannies, and flower sprayers.
7) Pink Picasso Paint Kits: Who doesn’t love a paint-by-number? Let your mom express her inner artist with this painting kit that features beautiful flowers.
8) Picnic Baskets/Wine Bags: Make sure your mom arrives in style for the next beach or park outing with these adorable picnic baskets and wine cooler bags.
11) Watering Cans: Give your mom a beautiful new accessory for watering her plants and flowers.
12) Puzzles: For those mom’s who love puzzling, we have several to choose from, including the popular one of our very own Scenic 30A.
13) Hummingbird Feeders and Accessories: Add the joy of hummingbirds outside your mom’s window by giving her a feeder and a swing for them to rest on!
14) Wind Chimes: Nothing warms a heart more than the sound of wind chimes. Come see the variety of shapes and sizes we have to enliven your mother’s outdoor space.
15) Gift Card: If you don’t know what your mom would want, then give her the gift of finding what she wants herself! A gift card is always a nice option.
Frost and Freeze Protection
Tips for Frost and Freeze Protection
- Make sure irrigation is turned off before cold weather moves in but water before the system is turned off. If a hard freeze is forecasted you may need to drain your irrigation pump.
- Bring any potted plants inside if possible.
- If your plants are affected by the freezing temperatures, do not trim nor cut off any plant material, but wait for warmer weather. The surrounding plant foliage will protect the new growth underneath.
- Once temperatures rise well above freezing, remove the cold protection coverings when the sun is shining brightly, this will keep from creating heat that may cause stress to the plants.
- Hearty plants able to withstand very cold temperatures: Camellia bushes, Sweet Tea Olive shrubs ect should not be covered.
- Once cold temperatures pass remember to turn your irrigation system back on.
- Apply pine straw, mulch, or hay to insulate the plants to retain heat and moisture and protect the root system.
- Be patient, allow damaged plants to recover without pruning. New growth will tell you where to trim when the time comes.
- Frost clothe may be purchased to cover tender plants depending on the area and quantity desired.
- Remember the a frost can occur when temps are well above freezing.
- Remove frost clothe immediately after temperatures warm.
- Tropicals should be covered when possible with some form of heat to help provide warmth. Make sure to uncover once temps rise above freezing.
- Non LED lights that give off heat can be placed under coverings to provide protection. This works well with small citrus trees that are planted or in pots that cannot be moved inside.