Newsletters >> December 2012 Newsletter (vol.13)
IN THIS ISSUE
- Happy Holidays!
- Our Springfield, MO Location is Moving!
- Perfect Gifts for Gardeners
- Ice Melt in Stock
- Next Generation of Gardening: Eden Grow Rooms
- Look for Our Ads in Your Favorite Magazine
- December Garden Tips
IN OTHER NEWS
- National Green Centre
1/6-1/7 St. Louis, MO
- Illinois Speciality Crops Conference
- Great Plains Grower
St. Joseph, MO
- Green Growin' Show
1/14-1/18 Greensboro, NC
HUMMERT’S FUN FACT
Every year, the first day of December starts on the same day of the week as the first day of September.
4500 Earth City Expressway
Earth City, MO 63045
phone: (800) 325-3055
fax: (314) 506-4510
e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
New location grand opening
January 7th, 2013
1835 North Glenstone Avenue,
Springfield, MO 65803
(800) 288-3131 • (417) 866-0230
Christmas is almost here! Do you have your shopping done?
Check out our great gift ideas for all of the gardeners in your family. From tools, to tubs, to kids toys, we have it all.
Not sure what your friend or family member would want, no problem? We now offer gift certificates online and in our stores.
Hurry in and grab your gift while there is still time!
Grow fresh produce all year in your back yard and take gardening to a whole new level with an Eden Grow Room.
What is an Eden Grow Room? Eden Grow Rooms are highly insulated, climate controlled rooms that enable you to establish a controlled growing environment, a concept that until now has only been available in research labs. The rooms are constructed with 4" high density foam insulation laminated between two sheets of painted galvanized 26 gauge steel. Each room comes with tongue and groove edged panels that are equipped with cam action locking devices for an airtight and water resistant finished room. The rooms come equipped with an insulated entrance door installed in a standard panel for easy installation. Optional flooring can be installed for increased energy efficiency. These rooms can be installed inside or outside, no matter what the climate and have the capability of maintaining a plus or minus 5 degree temperature.
in GPN, Grower Talks and
American Nurseryman magazines.
- Update your garden journal (placement of crops, how well crops produced, pest problems, etc.).
- Clean up fallen rose leaves.
- Clean, sharpen and oil your tools.
- Inventory left over seeds.
- Prune evergreen shrubs for holiday decorations.
- Provide food and water for birds and other wildlife.