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Homegrown Raleigh, NC Annual Flowers & Plants

Watch our video explaining the difference between annuals and perennials!

We’re not ones to brag, but our greenhouses have been called the eighth world wonder. When you visit Fairview Garden Center, you will understand how we could earn such a title. Our retail greenhouses contain over 14,000 square feet of unique, homegrown annual plants in Raleigh, NC. In the spring and summer months, the greenhouse is filled with a rainbow of colors, followed by warm autumn color of cool season annuals, and pink and red poinsettias during the holidays.

Annuals Offered at Fairview Garden Center

Our vast selection of quality annuals would make any gardener proud, and our annual plants and flowers are ideal for the flower beds, container gardens or hanging baskets that grace your yard. From spring geraniums to fall mums, our collection of annual plants is extensive and changes seasonally. The following are a few of our most popular varieties of annuals in Raleigh:

Sours: https://fairviewgardencenter.com/plants/annuals/
Frank Cierech grew up on his family’s truck farm in Lincoln Park, NJ.This is where he developed his love of quality produce, straight rows, and a well kept farm. After his loving father loss his battle with brain/sinus cancer at a very early age of 44, the three brothers kept the labor intensive farm going until their mother decided to sell the land.

Having spent a year at Cook Agricultural College at Rutgers University, Frank had worked in the college’s experimental greenhouse where the new idea of growing vegetables hydroponically was being tested. Frank was infused with a new sense of excitement for the wave of futuristic farming, making the most of every square inch of space and getting a longer growing season with more products per acre.

Frank put up a few Quonset houses on his mother’s farm in 1969 and began the production of the New Jersey Greenhouse Tomatoes. He delivered them to roadside farm markets across NJ and even supplied the NJ State Legislature with samples to prove the greenhouse variety was every bit as tasteful as the field grown varieties. The trick is in the “vine ripening process”.

After the high concentration of industrial facilities in Lincoln Park caused water pollution on his mother’s farm, Frank moved to Warren County on a 20 acre piece of Adrain Hartung’s farm. The deal was struck with a shake of the hand (aww-the good ole days!). No finer neighbor than AC Hartung will be found-that’s for sure! So Frank Cierech at the ripe old age of 23 began building of his dream on a cornfield (build it and they will come!)He would have made a great pioneer.

In April 1974, Frank brought his wife Kathleen and their two year old son Frankie to live in a borrowed camper. Oh yes, a baby with no bathroom, no hot water, and no stove-looking more like a nightmare than a dream to Kathy. The shell of the house was erected and Frank had to finish the inside but a new found appreciation of indoor plumbing had blossomed in the Cierech household.

The first crops of tomatoes were ready for delivery by Memorial Day weekend 1974. With the help of a few good local teenagers, the tomatoes were a local hit and Frank offered a “pick your own” at the end of every season. The price of propane to heat the greenhouse spiked in the late 70’s and Frank added Easter flowers and bedding plants to help supplement the income-the rest is history.

Whether you are a long-time loyal customer or a brand new face, we are happy you have taken the time to visit our web site. While we are proud of our years of experience in the green industry, we are “green” in the technological world that our children and grandchildren master in minutes. Like many of our 60 year-old friends, we are in awe of this vehicle that allows our customers to access our site by a click of a button. Please be patient with our digital ineptness, offer any suggestions you feel will help us, and realize that you have become privy to a well kept secret that the true gardeners only share with their friends. One spring visit will have you hooked. Please check out our directions and come pay us a visit. We are always happy to meet a new friend.

Sours: https://cierechgreenhouse.com/
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Find a Retailer

Proven Winners plants are available at fine garden centers across the country. Each garden center makes its plant selections based on regional growing conditions. If the Proven Winner variety you want for your garden is not available, please ask your garden center professionals if it's available by special order or if there is another Proven Winners variety they would recommend as a substitute. Before you head to the garden center, please call the retailer to confirm product availability.

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Can’t find the plant you want?

Visit Proven Winners® online store or one of these companies that supply some of our plants online: In US: Garden Crossings, Romence Gardens, Park Seed, Wayside Gardens, Bluestone Perennials, Great Garden Plants, JW Jung, Nature Hills, Stark Brothers, Hirts Gardens, Sooner Plant Farm, Planting Tree, Brighter Blooms, Plant Addicts, Plants Direct to You, and Garden Goods Direct

Sours: https://www.provenwinners.com/retailers/locate
Annuals - Fair

Easy Annual Plants That Bloom All Summer Long

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Petunias

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Geraniums

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Marigolds

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Calibrachoas

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Zinnias

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Ageratum

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Vincas

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Mandevillas

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Scaevolas

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Pentas

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Portulaca

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Salvias

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