10 Reasons to Choose Seaside Casual Furniture

What is Seaside Casual Furniture? Seaside Furniture got its start in a Rhode Island lumberyard in 1996. Starting as a hobby with just one Adirondack chair, it quickly grew into a collection of over 50 products. With the encouragement of local community, Seaside created a line called the "Casual" line. The "Casual" Line This outdoor collection is a balance of traditional design recreated in...

#14 of “Top 25 Trendy Plant Shops in the US”

Thank You, Galveston! We would like to extend a huge thank you to our team! Tom's Thumb is honored to have been named #14 on the list of the Top 25 Trendy Plant Shops in the United States . We could not have achieved this without the help of our hard working employees and loyal customers! Tom's Thumb Nursery It is because of brave DIY gardeners and florists like you that we are only of only two...

Lantanas

The verbena-like Lantana flowers have long since been admired for their extended bloom time. This large flowering shrub is native to Central and South America and readily grows into thickets. Caring For Lantanas Caring for lantana flowers is very simple. For starters, choose a sunny location and plant them in well-draining soil. Although these plants are tolerant of many soil conditions, lantana...

Balloon Flower

Origin The Balloon flower is a native of the Russian Far East, China, Japan, and Korea. This flower has quickly become a garden sensation in the United States. The name balloon flower comes from the puffy, balloon-like buds that burst open into starry blossoms. Where To Plant The balloon flower is the perfect plant for a sunny border garden, growing in clumps that fill in densely, often reaching...

“Peggy Martin” Climbing Roses

The Story of the "Peggy Martin" Climbing Rose The "Peggy Martin Rose" was one of only two plants surviving 20 feet of salt water over the garden of Mrs. Peggy Martin. Located in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, after the destruction of Hurricane Katrina in late August, 2005 Peggy Martin's family returned to her home and found these beautiful roses had not only survived but continued to climb....