Utilize that outdoor empty space this summer and give yourself the most amazing stay-cation!
The original Uwharrie chair company is located in hot point North Carolina, where all good furniture is created. Uwharrie uses hand crafted selected domestically harvested pressure treated solid pine lumbar. No additional finished or treatments to compromise or hinder the natural aging process of the wood. Featured is an Adirondack chair from the Plantation Collection. This chair is available in 25 different colors and it also comes with a foot rest. The color shown is “rustic red”.
The children furniture is from the Nantucket Collection. It features two Adirondack chairs for the little ones, a table, two bench seats, and two picnic child chairs. Also available in 25 different color combinations. All Uwharrie furniture is also available with sumbello fabric cushions.
This furniture works best just plopped in the middle of your yard under a tree. It is very casual seating and also works well at the beach or around a fire pit. Lifetime guarantee on the wood against termites and decay. No need to bring the furniture in the winter, it is heavy and won’t blow away or become damaged.
Plants pictured in these photos:
Zinna, an annual grown from the cedar plant. It can grow to be about 2 feet tall. Good for summer cutting and has more of a rustic look and paprika color.
Duck Topiaries can be used in either part shade or part sun, They need to be hosed down every day when kept outside or in a sink every couple days when kept indoors.
Wire basket on table: Angelonia, a plant that loves the heat! It is in the snap dragon family, however this plant unlike the snap dragons loves the warm weather. The edge plant is calibrachoa, it is also an annual and has a elegant draping look.
In the back is Russian Sage, it has become very popular as a bedding plant in the last 5 years. it has a beautiful lavender flower and flowers for about 6-7 weeks in the summer.
Connie McMahon may be one of the newest additions to Valley Forge Flowers, but certainly not new to the sales and design business. Connie came from a business background where she was facilities manager for a top German industrial sensor company for 20 years. Creating and designing a pleasant work environment was her main objective. As a side interest and real passion, she had a small design business coupled with an antique business in the Lancaster County area. After an early retiirement, she worked with designer Nancy White of the former Nancy White Interiors in the same shopping center as Valley Forge Flowers. An easy transition followed into the most exciting place to shop on the Mainline. Connie’s approach to design is simple, let the client guide you to where they want to go and she’ll get the ball rolling! Make no mistake about it . . . she can make it happen whether it’s a perfect gift item, accessorizing your home or creating an outdoor living space. Valley Forge Flowers has much more to offer than fabulous flowers!