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Casey Silvestri – Winner of V-Award!
June 15, 2012

Casey Silvestri – Winner of V-Award!

Adams is proud to announce that Wappinger Store cashier, Casey Silvestri, is the winner of the Best Original Production Under 5 Minutes award! Her production was selected out of 2,100 entries in the tri-state region. Congratulations, Casey, we’re very proud of you! Watch her video below. Original Production – Under 5 Minutes WINNER: John Jay-East […]
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Kathleen H. Zwissler Memorial Scholarship Winner 2012
June 12, 2012

Kathleen H. Zwissler Memorial Scholarship Winner

Congratulations to Vinny Sceri, the 2012 Kathleen H. Zwissler Memorial Scholarship Winner Kathleen Zwissler was the Poughkeepsie Floral Manager for 22½ years when a fatal auto accident claimed her life. Kathy is remembered for her kind, sweet, generous spirit. Her family desired to perpetuate her memory by creating this scholarship for an Adams employee or […]
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Easy Pic
April 26, 2012

Easy as 1-2-3

Seasoned grower Sue Adams has created two concise brochures to help novice gardeners “get their hands dirty.” The first is about vegetable gardening. Sue has demystified the topic enough to make the most inexperienced gardener feel they are ready to experience the joys of growing vegetables. In the second brochure, Sue shows how to easily […]
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Garden Center Advertised Price Match Policy
April 19, 2012

Garden Center Advertised Price Match Policy

Bring in a copy of a local competitor’s current print ad for an identical Garden Center product and Adams Garden Center will match that price! Guidelines and Limitations: Price match policy applies to “hard goods” in the Garden Center only. Excludes green goods: plants, flowers, trees, shrubs and food. Item purchased must be identical to […]
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All About Edible Flowers
March 13, 2012

All About Edible Flowers

Edible flowers are back in vogue! Popular during Queen Victoria’s reign, chefs and creative culinarians are adding flavor and color to their dishes with flowers. The most common are nasturtium, pansy, violet, calendula, and chive (allium). [expand title=”Edible Flower Recipes” tag=”h3″] Creamed Rose & Honey Popsicles Edible Flower Cheese Spread Fruit and Grain Salad w/Edible […]
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All About Lavender
January 8, 2012

All About Lavender

by Sue Adams How to Grow Good drainage is important; plants won’t tolerate standing in wet soil Plant in full sun (at least 6 hours of direct sunlight) Best grown in a raised bed, slope or rock garden   Pruning Prune in the spring or fall after danger of a hard frost, shaping the plant […]
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January 2, 2012

Storing, Drying & Freezing Mint

Storing Fresh Mint Wrap the mint leaves gently in a dampened paper towel. Place the mint in a plastic bag, not sealing all the way so that air can circulate. Do not wrap tightly; trapped moisture will cause the herbs to mold. Or Trim the ends and place in a glass filled with about 1” […]
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