FBTS Makes Small Increase in Minimum Order Charge Category: News Posted:
Jul 13, 2016 08:44 PM Synopsis:
Sometimes small changes help online plant nurseries to stay upbeat and, as the Bee Gees sang, to "keep staying alive." Flowers by the Sea, a specialty online Salvia nursery, has made a small increase in its minimum order fee from $20 to $25 to stay profitable and keep providing a wide variety of popular and rare Salvias and companion plants.
New Product Filtering Tool Helps You with Decision Making Category: News Posted:
Aug 16, 2013 09:59 AM Synopsis:
Flowers by the Sea now offers a powerful, do-it-yourself, product-filtering tool that makes plant selection easier and faster. It sets up a matrix of choices to help customers sort possible selections for their gardens based on USDA cold hardiness zones, sun exposure, mature height and spread of plants, soil type and water needs. This article explains how the tool works and provides examples of how to use it.
A New Category - Autumn Sage & Mountain Sage Category: News Posted:
May 6, 2012 07:43 PM Synopsis:
Without a doubt, this group of closely related plants are the most widely grown of the genus. From 'Hot Lips' to 'Texas Wedding', there is something here for everyone.
Patio Series Gentian Sage Category: News Posted:
Apr 14, 2012 02:34 PM Synopsis:
We are very happy to be offering this fine new Dutch series of "font-style: italic;">Salvia patens, developed for containers & small places in your garden.
New Customer Service Telephone Category: News Posted:
Apr 5, 2012 07:00 PM Synopsis:
To provide you, our friends & customers with the very best service possible, we have a new telephone number.
New USDA Zone Map Category: News Posted:
Mar 30, 2012 08:44 AM Synopsis:
Its warmer than you think.
The new 2012 version of the USDA Hardiness Zone Map puts almost everyone into a higher Winter Zone.
Spring Inventory Category: News Posted:
Mar 19, 2012 08:42 PM Synopsis:
Good news for all "font-style: italic;">Salvia lovers (and everyone else who loves unusual plants). We are now starting to list our Spring inventory, which means larger quantities and wider availability.