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These Lurie Garden flowers appear in Garden Artistry's Onions n' Mint pots.
Prairie-inspired plantings in Lurie Garden frame a Pritzker Pavilion backdrop.
Garden Artistry's pots will be sold at independent garden centers come April.
Lurie Garden director Jennifer Davit recommends planting with winter interest in mind.
Lurie Garden flowers in winter.
All of Lurie's plants are detailed by season on the garden's website.
Chicagoans and visitors flock to Lurie Garden all year.
So besotted are we with Lurie Garden?s summertime blankets of prairie blooms, we wish we could bring the Millennium Park look home. And now we can, thanks to Chicago-based Garden Artistry?s new line of plant combinations that will yield Lurie-like plots in your own backyard.
The flowers come in four different combinations; each flat includes ten pint-sized pots plus spacing charts and design templates to help you get the lush Lurie effect. (Flats will cost around $50 each.)
Garden Artistry will sell them at independent garden centers closer to planting time in April, but you can check out a preview starting tomorrow at the Chicago Flower & Garden Show at Navy Pier. Stop by its booth near the entrance garden to see what the flowers will look like when you buy them, and also when they?re all grown up. (The show runs through March 17, and tickets are $15 to $19.)
Then go home and think about where you?ll put your Onions n? Mint or More to Bee-Hold pots this spring--we plan to stake out a dry-ish spot for the purple-and-blue Cry Me a Salvia River combo.
Now?s the time to dream of spring.
Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Ave.; 312-595-5400 or chicagoflower.com
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