|These water-wicking/storing pots in a dozen gorgeous colors along with potato bags, |
and strawberry hanging bags are as trendy as they get.
It has an attached greenhouse filled with houseplants, a bareroot room operated in the spring, an extensive offering of seed (everything offered in their catalog), this year an expanded selection of pots (currently filling their bare root room), the typical benches of plants and container you find in a nursery yard in season, along with anything a gardener might need, large bags of vermiculite, fertilizers, netting, fiber mats, etc.
What sets them apart from some place like Stein's? They carry their own seed. The seed germinates well. They do not chase the latest trends, but offer good selection of what a gardener needs at a reasonable price. This and their extensive bareroot room really put them in a separate category. I am not sure every Jung's has a bareroot room, but this one does. The bareroot selection from what I can tell comes from Bailey Nurseries, in MN.
This year, I have a bug to grow a cutting flower garden. Where I will squeeze it in, I do not have a clue. Among my selections are these from Jung's; Twinny Peach Snapdragon, Rocket Snapdragons, Zinderella Lilac Zinnia, Benary Giant Wine Zinnia, a deep red Cosmos, and the tallest marigold I could find. I also bought a tall terracotta colored water storing pot.
I have no connection with Jung's, nor do I receive any compensation from them. Just saying.