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Our Garden Center
Perennial BOGO SALE
Outdoor Furniture Sale
2 Awards at Cornell Field Days
Hidden Talent
In the Greenhouse
Christmas in August?
Calendar of Events

August 1, 2012

Our Garden Center
Perennial BOGO SALE
Perennials are always a hit because of their ability to return year after year. Gardeners become anxious each spring as new growth begins to break ground. There are perennials for borders, backgrounds, sun and shade, and Mischler's is about to make it a little easier for you to get planting!

Russian Sage makes a beautiful backdrop to a perennial garden and Buddleia is perfect for attracting butterflies to your garden. Brightly colored Echinacia will add punch to any landscape

Beginning Wednesday, August 1, you can purchase one of our perennial plants at their regular price and get a second, of equal or lesser value, FREE!

There is still plenty of time for your new perennials to settle in and take hold before the cold weather creeps in. Whether you're filling in an empty space or creating a new bed, this is the perfect opportunity to purchase quality perennials at a substantial savings.

Hurry in for the best selection!

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Outdoor Furniture Sale
Newsletter Exclusive

All of our wooden

outdoor furniture
by Outdoor Interiors
is now


25% OFF
All Outdoor Interiors Eucalyptus Furniture

Outdoor Interiors provides only Plantation Grown (C.O.C. and F.S.C. Certified) Eucalyptus Hardwood from Brazil and New Guinea.

Eucalyptus is one of the fastest growing, environmentally friendly, dense hardwoods that’s prized for its strength, durability and weathering characteristics in all climates.  Eucalyptus is naturally resistant to insects, decay, and presents beautiful, pinkish-brown tones with straight, light wood grain similar to Teak. Properly maintained, this furniture will give you years of outdoor enjoyment.

This sale is being announced exclusively to subscribers of Mischler's online Newsletter.

Quantities are limited so, stop by Mischler's Garden Center TODAY for a great deal on this outstanding furniture.

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2 Awards at Cornell Field Days
Our talented
did it again!

Each year, Cornell University holds it's field days at Cornell's Bluegrass Lane Horticultural Research Facility in Ithaca, NY. . Greenhouse growers from across the state assemble to partake in a day of informative seminars. One of the highlights of the days activities is the container competition.

Competitors may submit container creations in several catagories. This year, Mischler's was honored with 2 second place awards. The first was a creative "Perennial Memory Basket" in the open division. The large wicker basket is filled with containers of potted perennials of various sizes and trimmed with a bow. After a memorium, plants can be given to one individual or distributed to several family members for a lasting memory in the recipienet's garden.

Our second award in the 12" hanging basket category, went to a monster of a hanging basket entiltled "Hang Out, Dine In". This large 12" pot held a very healthy Tumbler Tom tomato plant accompanied by Red Robin basil, Sweet Italian basil, chives, dill and parsley.

Congratulations team!

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Hidden Talent

Next time you visit Mischler's Garden Center, see if you can find our hidden Fairy Garden uniquely tucked into one of our perennial beds.

One of our talented young employees expanded on our successful Fairy Garden Workshop in June and built a beautiful outdoor garden for visiting fairies.

Mischler's Fairy Nook contains a wide selection of all the specialty items you might need to create your own fairy or gnome environment.

In an outdoor garden or in a container, Fairy Gardening is a great way to relax and be creative. Consider sharing this unique gardening experience with a child or grandchild.

Stop in today and begin your adventure in a little Fairy-nice Gardening.

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In the Greenhouse
Christmas in August?

Well... not exactly Christmas but it's time for us to begin growing a plant closely associated with the holiday season.

Customers frequently ask what we do during the winter months. Like most retailers, we are one or two seasons ahead. While most folks are enjoying the fruits of their summer labors, we're busy planting for the upcoming seasons.

Hundreds of pots of mums are growing out of doors where flats of petunias, phlox and calibrachoa once sat. More will be added, replacing the field of perennials.

The remaining geraniums have been moved to tables in the sales area outside making way for the broad selection of poinsettias.

Indigenous to Mexico and Central America, the Poinsettia was introduced into the United States in 1828. Poinsettias are popular Christmas decorations in homes, churches, offices, and elsewhere across North America.

In order to have them ready for the holidays, they need to be started  in August to insure large plants with a bounty of brightly colored bracts.

Watch our newsletter for the monthly progress of these traditional favorites.




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Calendar of Events

Here are some of the activities you might want to take advantage of during the month of August.

Taste of Williamsville
Savor the Flavor
Sunday, Aug. 5   12:00 noon to 9:00 p.m.   Island Park

Music on Main
Thursday, Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30    6:00 - 9:00 p.m.  Village of Williamsville
Various groups playing throughout the village.

Music at the Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village
(formerly Amherst  Museum)
Amherst Symphony Orchestra - A Grand Night for Singing
Friday, Aug. 10   Gates Open at 5:30 p.m., FREE concert begins at 6:30 p.m.
Bring your lawn chairs

Family Movie Night in the Park
Friday, Aug. 17, at dusk   Island Park

Scottish Festival & Highland Games
Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village
(formerly Amherst  Museum)
Saturday, Aug. 18   10:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.

ESP Tractor Pull
Thunder in the Sticks
Saturday, Aug. 25   Gates Open at 2:00 p.m., Pull starts at 3:00 p.m.
Alexander, NY
WNY Gas & Steam Engine Assn.

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