Reilly's Greenhouse

Reilly's Summer Seat Farm Greenhouse 

Spring is time for a new beginning...with lots of fresh, beautiful plants! It brings us the hope of an abundant garden with exciting new ideas and plants. The Greenhouse at Reilly's is sure to inspire and fulfill every gardener's dreams.

Veggin’ Out

Veggin Out 

Home herb and vegetable gardening is as popular as ever. In the past, we tried a new approach to our vegetable starter plant production and utilized the Burpee Home Gardeners program. While the plant material was certainly up to our standards, we felt that we lacked variety. Therefore, we have decided that in 2013 we would return to sowing seeds ourselves in order to have more choices for our customers. We will have a wide selection of heirloom and hybrid tomatoes, sweet bell and hot peppers, and numerous other vegetables. For those that do not have much space in their yard to plant a garden, many great options are available that will thrive in containers. Herb and vegetable gardening is a fun activity that can involve the whole family. For more details on starting your own vegetable garden read Starting your own vegetable garden, and Successful Vegetable Garden. Need personal help to get started? Ask one of our knowledgeable staff members about the ABC's of cultivating veggies and watch your garden grow.

Spring is a symbol of rejuvenation. It brings us the hope of an abundant garden with exciting new ideas and plants. The Greenhouse at Reilly’s is sure to inspire and fulfill every gardener’s dreams.

Growing Success

Growing Success

At Reilly's we want you to be a successful gardener. Not only do we focus on producing top quality plants right here in our greenhouses, but also we choose plants with you in mind. The plants and varieties that we offer are gardener friendly and include some of the newest and most innovative in the industry. We offer informative seminars as well as hands-on classes that cover many gardening topics. Visit the calendar page under the events tab on our website for a full list scheduled classes and events.

Bite Down on These

Pink Flowering Strawberry 

Plant your garden and eat it too! The addition of edibles into your landscape is a wonderful way to "spice" up your garden. Not only can small fruit shrubs, for example, add structure to your garden, but also many new (and existing) herb and vegetable plants can createinteresting texture and displays. Planting a SAVOUR Greek Basil Tree, a 2014 introduction, in your herb garden can create a completely new dimension. Use a pink flowering strawberry, such as 'Toscana,' as a border plant or incorporate the robust habit of a tomato plant into the background of your perennial garden.

Many feel they do not have the time or space for gardening. However, there are many options for growing plants, even edibles, in containers. We offer a wide array of fruits, such as the new BrazleBerries 'Blueberry Glaze', and vegetables like 'Tumbling Tom' tomatoes, that are suited specifically for container growing. Containers are not just for petunias anymore! Need help getting started? Attend one of our informative seminars or ask a Reilly's staff member.

Top 15 New Plants for 2014Top 15 New Plants For 2014

  • Calibrachoa 'Superbells Pomegranate Punch'
  • Petunia 'Sweetunia Johnny Flame'
  • Albuca spiralis 'Frizzle Sizzle'
  • Gomphrena 'Pink Zazzle'
  • Petunia 'Cha-Ching Cherry'
  • Petunia 'Cascadias Indian Summer'
  • Ipomoea 'FloraMia Nero'
  • Gerbera 'Cartwheel Strawberry Twist'
  • Coleus 'Main Street Wall Street'
  • Lophospermum 'Lofos Compact Rose'
  • Portulaca 'Cupcake Grape Jelly'
  • Petunia 'Surfinia Heavenly Blue'
  • New Guinea Impatiens 'Petticoat Blue Star'
  • SAVOUR Greek Basil Tree

 





Calibrachoa ‘Superbells Pomegranate Punch’

Calibrachoa 'Superbells Pomegranate Punch'

The rich, velvety red color, heat tolerance, and continuous bloom make this new addition to the Superbells series a star performer.  Thrives in full sun and makes an excellent spiller in containers.

Petunia ‘Sweetunia Johnny Flame’

Petunia 'Sweetunia Johnny Flame'

This new petunia has large, bright rose-purple flowers with a deep purple flame.  It is bursting with color and sure to steal the show in any garden or container.  Johnny Flame is easy to grow and has a mounded habit that makes it easy to mix in combinations.

Albuca spiralis ‘Frizzle Sizzle’

Albuca spiralis 'Frizzle Sizzle' 

This unusual plant has thick spiraling foliage with very fragrant flowers.  The flowers smell faintly of vanilla and olives.  Needs good drainage and likes to dry between watering.  Place in full to partial sun.

Gomphrena ‘Pink Zazzle’

Gomphrena 'Pink Zazzle'

Eye-catching color and jumbo flowers along with superb heat tolerance and low water requirements is a recipe for awesome!  This new Gomphrena hybrid can be grown outdoors as well as indoors. Just give it lots of light, sit back, and enjoy watching the flower show!

Petunia ‘Cha-Ching Cherry’

Petunia ‘Cha-Ching Cherry’

This new petunia is an eye-catcher due to its wine colored flowers with a light yellow star.  A compact mounded habit adds to the appeal of this gardener friendly plant.  Great for hanging baskets and combination gardens.  Awarded the 2013 Reader's Choice Medal of Excellence from Greenhouse Grower magazine.

Petunia ‘Cascadias Indian Summer’

Petunia ‘Cascadias Indian Summer’

Large yellow and orange-peach bicolor flowers and a trailing habit make Indian Summer more eye candy for 2014 gardens. This is the first orange trailing petunia and is a must-have for any hanging basket and/or planter combination this year.  

Ipomoea ‘FloraMia Nero’ 

Ipomoea ‘FloraMia Nero’

A stunning purple flowering sweet potato vine.  It features small foliage and a compact, well-branched habit so it plays well with others in combinations.

Gerbera ‘Cartwheel Strawberry Twist’ 

Gerbera ‘Cartwheel Strawberry Twist’

Strawberry Twist has been dubbed "the new plant with the wow effect" and winner of Europe's 2013/2014 FleuroStar award.  This plant sets 3 to 4 inch single and double upward facing flowers in an unusual array of colors. At only 15 inches high and wide, this gerbera a great addition to planters and window boxes.

Coleus ‘Main Street Wall Street’  

Coleus ‘Main Street Wall Street’

Looking for something to add dazzle in your shade garden this year?  The vibrant rusty orange color and excellent branching make this new coleus a great centerpiece for mixed containers. 

Coleus Rose Kong Jr.

Coleus Rose Kong Jr.

We have had a bunch of new coleus for sunny spots the past few years - and seem to have forgotten about shade versions - but along comes Coleus Rose Kong Jr. - perfect for big color for shady spots! With an array of bright and colorful leaves - these super easy plants will get to 24' tall and up to 30" wide - so they add big blocks of color to a landscape, front entranceway, deck or tree planting.

Lophospermum ‘Lofos Compact Rose’ 

Lophospermum 'Lofos Compact Rose'

reates a stunning display in full to part sun hanging baskets or window boxes. Lofos® Compact is a vigorous trailing and climbing plant with deep wine red and cream blooms, which are self-cleaning. The upright trumpet shaped blooms are positioned for ideal viewing. Growth is vigorous and it blooms throughout the growing season making it an excellent hanging basket plant and a patio container plant.


Portulaca ‘Cupcake Grape Jelly’ 

Portulaca ‘Cupcake Grape Jelly’

Cupcake portulaca love tough conditions...hot and dry!  They will continually create a stunning display with an abundance of large brightly colored flowers.  Grape Jelly is the newest introduction with its high impact violet-pink color. 


Petunia ‘Surfinia Heavenly Blue’ 

Petunia ‘Surfinia Heavenly Blue’

This petunia packs some serious flower power with its copious wavy-petal led lavender blue flowers.  'Surfinia Heavenly Blue' is a trailing petunia that will spill over the edge and down the sides of containers making a stunning display in hanging baskets, window boxes, and planters.  Give it plenty of sun, fertilizer regularly, and do not let it dry out. 


New Guinea Impatiens ‘Petticoat Blue Star’  

New Guinea Impatiens ‘Petticoat Blue Star’

A new "star" plant for the shade.  Petticoat New Guinea impatiens has a less vigorous growth habit making them great for shady mixed containers.  'Blue Star' has large neon violet bicolor flowers that glow against the dark purple/green foliage.  New Guinea impatiens grow best in areas with morning sun and afternoon shade. 


'Starcluster Rose' Pentas 

'Starcluster Rose' Pentas

Performs well in full sun, continuing to bloom in the heat and humidity of the summer. Its rich, vibrant large flower clusters display a sight worth stopping to admire.  Pentas Starcluster wowed visitors at Spring Trials with its huge flowers and tall, sturdy stems. At 22-inches tall, Pentas Starcluster is a premium cutting flower or large pot plant. Starcluster is bred to perform well in hot summer conditions. Strong stems of consistent quality support the huge flower clusters. Its well-branched habit makes Starcluster a showstopper in landscapes. Gardeners will appreciate the series’ low-maintenance performance that requires no deadheading as new flowers form over spent blooms. 


Bracteantha ‘Sundaze Blaze’  

Bracteantha ‘Sundaze Blaze’

This heat loving bracteantha is incredibly sun and heat tolerant. With its vibrant orange/yellow flowers that continuously bloom from spring through fall, it is perfect for containers or as filler for plant beds.


Savour Greek Basil Tree

SAVOUR Greek Basil Tree

This charming tree-shaped basil is another great new release this year.  Very decorative when grown in a pot on a patio or used as a focal point in an herb garden.  Bring potted trees indoors to a sunny window to enjoy fresh basil year round.  Trim the ball of foliage regularly to maintain a nice rounded shape.

 

 

Services to Make Life Easier

Services Make Life Easier - Reilly's Summer Seat Farm


Unsure of what to plant in your containers this year, then our custom container service is just for you! Bring in your own pottery to the greenhouse or make a selection from Reilly's beautiful collection. Containers too large or too numerous to bring in, call and set up an appointment for a greenhouse staff member to come to you. This service is available throughout the entire growing season so we can help you replant your containers for every season - spring, summer, and fall.
 

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