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Signs of Spring

Little signals are everywhere that spring is almost here.  The first daffodils and crocus are blooming. Tree buds are swelling, the birds and spring peepers are singing...

Here at Thyme in the Garden, we are gearing up for the season. Our biggest delivery of pottery is in and on display. We have our first delivery of pansies, herbs and a start of spring ground covers just arrived, and expect to be expanding plant selections every week from here on out!



 New spring linens and all sorts of sweet new gifts and garden decor is arriving daily.


Save the Date: Our 10th Annual Spring Open House is April 16th. We are so thankful to our wonderful customers for supporting our family business these 10 years. We have exciting new events and activities planned this season, so you'll want to be sure to check it out!

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 Our hours are now 10am - 5pm Tuesday - Saturday  12-5 Sundays during the spring season Closed Monday

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  Our current hours are:  Open 10-4 Tuesday - Saturday Closed Sunday and Monday Indoor shopping is limited to 5 people during mild weather when we can keep the doors open and drafty. However on cold days, we will resort to limiting the number of customers even more. We are not experiencing long waiting times, but generally afternoons tend to be busier. We'll do our best to take an order via phone and/or curbside for convenience and extra safety.