Home / Newsletters / February 2016




Hearts & flowers to you! 
View this email in your browser

To do in February…

The days are lengthening, bulbs are peeking up…Sure we’ll have some more cold weather, but signs of spring are emerging. Now’s the time to:
Schedule your winter renovation pruning. Let our experienced technicians restore health and vitality to your overgrown shrubs & trees.
Design your dream patio and gardens to get a jump on spring! Let our designers help you plan now for your beautiful outdoor living areas.    Call for a free estimate. 585-424-4666
Broccolo Garden Center opens their patios &  gardens to host community parties and meetings. We can arrange a planting party, workshop, or you can simply enjoy our gorgeous patio surrounded by fountains on a summer evening to reconnect with your team. All organizations are welcome. Call Tom at 585-424-4476.

Conduct a successful fundraiser with Broccolo!

And add beauty to our world…Everyone loves beautiful hanging baskets. Now  your organization can earn funds and provide your supporters with high quality flowers. Our garden center can provide everything you need to get started, tickets, plants, and local people to answer your questions. See our website for guidelines for a successful hanging basket fundraiser.

We LOVE referrals….

Do your friends and family want a free Lawn Care  estimate?  For every person you submit that signs on for a full program, you will receive $25.00 off your Broccolo statement!

Why Native Plants? Join Lois Dannenberg and Rachel Edwards of Broccolo Tree & Lawn Care.to learn why native plants are the best choice for your landscape. (see details below)

February Green Events

Tuesday, February 9, 2016, 7 to 8:30 PM
Why Native Plants?  
This Genesee Land Trust (GLT) lecture, sponsored by the Penfield Library, Margaret Potter of GLT along with Lois Dannenberg and Rachel Edwards of Broccolo Tree & Lawn Care. Learn why native plants are the best choice. Penfield Library, 1985 Baird Road, Penfield, NY. Penfield library
Tuesday, February 9, 2016, 7 to 9 PM
Setting the Stage: What Is Equity by Design?  
Julian Agyeman, Ph.D. Professor, Urban & Environmental Policy
Part of Rochester Regional Community Design Center’s Reshaping Rochester series
Gleason Works Auditorium (1000 University Ave.), Rochester, NY
Tuesday, February 23, 2016, 7:30 PM.
Native Americans:  The First Conservationists
The Native Americans were the first conservationists, using everything in nature to make what they needed, medicines from native plants, tools or clothing.Sponsored by the Genesee Valley Audubon Society. Downstairs Meeting Room, Brighton Town Hall; 2300 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester NY 14618
Sunday, February 28, 2016, 1-4 PM.
Free Electronics Recycling Event 
Responsibly dispose of that old television or computer for free.  Sponsored by Sen. Joe Robach and in conjunction with Time Warner Cable, Waste Management, Sunnking.
Monroe County EcoPark, 10 Avion Drive, Rochester, NY, 14624

Deer resistant bulbs such as the species tulips, all daffodils, hyacinths and alliums

Great news!

Did you know an 18-acre nature preserve is being planned in Penfield? The  Irene Gossin Nature Preserve will honor this wonderful lady and her early environmental protection of the parks and preserves she helped to create for our community. Read more…

Pre-Pay for the season!


Saves paper and money!

Space still available for the March 9-10 tour to Longwood Gardens  (the premier horticultural display garden in the country) and the 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show (largest annual indoor flower show in the world). For more information, contact Michael Warren Thomas at www.savorlife.com/ tel:585-703-9237

Copyright © *|CURRENT_YEAR|* *|LIST:COMPANY|*, All rights reserved.*|IFNOT:ARCHIVE_PAGE|*

Our mailing address is:

unsubscribe from this list
update subscription preferences



Share this page