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Issue No. 56February, 2013
Wyatt Farms Newsletter

I hope you all are enjoying this beautiful weather.  Even though my boys would like to build a snowman, I am thankful that it's warm.  I enjoy seeing early spring blooms emerge, such as Daffodils, Cherry blooms, and Lenten Rose, (pictured to left).  It's a glimpse of the spring that is soon to come.
Red racer helleborus
Jump Rope, our male goat, has become very friendly here at Wyatt Farms and now it seems that Easter Egg, our white female, may be expecting.  We are excited about the possibility of baby goats and we will keep you updated on her progress.  In the meantime, Jump Rope is going to return to his original home

Easter Egg

All of us at Wyatt Farms would like to send out a huge THANK YOU for voting us the #1 Garden Center and Nursery in Greenwood!!!  It is because of our great customers that we are successful.  Please continue to give us feedback on how we can improve and better serve you.  We strive to always be your favorite. 

got FRUIT????  We have Premier blueberry bushes, Carlos and Noble Muscadine vines, and Brown Turkey Fig TreesWe also have some great bloomers, check them out below.

Valentine's day is here!!!  Oh, I love Valentine's day.  Don't forget your sweetheart, your Mom and your best friend.  We have pictures of beautiful gifts below. 

I hope to see you all soon!Index-Journal Reader's Choice
Happy Gardening,
Bess Thompson


Valentine Blooms

We have beautiful blooming plants to choose from
including Cyclamen, Pink Hydrangea, African Violets, Calla Lilies, Azalea hoops, Tulips and Hyacinths.

  hydrangea cala lily african violet azalea hoop hya

Flags, Mats and more Flags
Well, I must admit...It has taken me a while to appreciate garden flags.  If you remember Dina, she loves garden flags.  And now,  I will confess, I love my Flag too.  We have a standard flag on our back porch and the Boys and I just love switching it out with the seasons. We have added mats to our inventory at Wyatt Farms, as well, and I'm already hooked. 
3 Great choices
Garden Flag - 12 x 18 flag that hangs from a garden stake.  It's great for flower beds, to mark your driveway, or to decorate your front door.
Standard Flag - 28 x 40 flag that hangs from a pole installed on your house or porch.  This one is my favorite because it is such a large splash of color and it blows nicely in the wind.
MatMates -  Fun and colorful mats that can either stand alone or you can insert them into our mat tray. The Mat tray is made of sturdy rubber to help protect the mat and keep it in place. 
Come check it out!  

flag  pansy matmate
pinwheel mat hummingbird standard flag  


February is not only for lovers....it's also for pruning!!

Below is a list of plants that you can prune now.    If its not on the list, I would ask before pruning, you wouldn't want to miss out on spring blooms.
Butterfly Bush
Otto luyken Laurel
Skip Laurel
Crepe Myrtle
Red Twig Dogwood


Feb Bloomers at Wyatt Farms
Don't forget Forsythia, Flowering Quince, Japanese Apricot, Edgeworthia, Lenten Rose (we have 5 different varieties), Bridalwreath Spirea, Winter Daphne, Camellia japonica.
wquince edgeworthia
Flowering Quince                                              Edgeworthia


We love preparing the newsletter for you every month.  If you have any suggestions or questions, please contact us by phone or email.
Bess Thompson, Wyatt Thompson and Katherine Rowe
Wyatt Farms
103 Wyatt Court
Greenwood, South Carolina 29649

Feb hours of operation:
Tuesday Thru Saturday: 9-5