The Blooms Blog


Flourishing Fall Gardens

As the leaves begin to change colors, one might think that their gardening days are a thing of the summer, but that is not the case! There are plenty of fall flowers and plants, such as mums, pansies, and asters, that will keep your garden full of color throughout those crisp Autumn days. The staff…
Read More

Summer Survival Tips for Plants

The summer months can be a tricky time for devoted plant parents. While most people suffer in front of the AC in the hot weather, plants can also be at risk of danger. Houseplants can suffer from sunburn, fungi diseases, bugs, worms, the list goes on. But not to worry, Blooms Greenhouse Grower Outlet has…
Read More

Behind the Scenes at Blooms Greenhouse

At Bloom’s Greenhouse Grower Outlet, quality reigns supreme, and every step of the growing process emphasizes that goal. From the type of soil used, to where greenhouse plants are placed, to the acidity level of the water, nothing is overlooked.  “Our strong point in our business is the quality of plants that we grow. It’s…
Read More

Bright Colors & Brighter Smiles on Customer Appreciation Day

The normally heady perfume of perennials filling the air at Blooms Greenhouse Grower Outlet had a special hint of hot dogs and popcorn on the first Saturday of June this afternoon. Gardeners from all over the region were treated to a free lunch and snacks as they shopped during Blooms’ Customer Appreciation Day celebration. The…
Read More

Guide for Convenient Gardening

It’s not too late to have a bountiful garden…even if you have nothing close to a green thumb. Since we nearing the middle of May, it’s a little too late to grow plants the old fashioned way with seeds, but you can still have that dream garden. Here is your guide to having the most…
Read More

Spring Rush

On April 13, Blooms Greenhouse Grower Outlet is prepared to welcome spring time and reopen for a new season of business! This will be the fifth spring that the Kingsbury-based greenhouse has offered retail options to the community. Rich Christakes, Co-Owner of Kingsbury Acres Greenhouse, believes that Blooms is filling a void within the community:…
Read More