Ever wish you could have planters like those in trendy magazines full of beautiful plants for each season. You see them on decks, porches, patios, by the front door, or poolside. Not everyone has the time or know-how needed to create containers that will last, but now you don’t have to. Grab & Go containers from The Home & Garden Center are the answer.
What is a Grab & Go container? It’s a pre-planted container in various size and price ranges enabling you to grab it and go with it to your home where you can either use it “as is” or drop the pot into your favorite container. Either way, it gives you instant, professionally designed and planted containers like those magazine photos.
Custom Grab & Go containers are available also. Choose the plants and container yourself or give us a color pallet and leave the rest to us.
We are planting spring and summer Grab & Go containers daily to keep up with the demand.
The Home and Garden Center in Longview has started a brand-new program that was inspired by YOU and it’s called Grab and Go Containers.
Designing your own pot of high-quality, magazine-worthy plants can be a difficult task if you’re not the super creative type, or if you don’t know what plants work best together for a specific season.
So that’s what the Grab and Go Containers are for.
‘Grab and Go’ containers are pre-planted containers that come in various sizes and price ranges, enabling you to simply browse their selections, grab it and go. Or, if you’re feeling inspired, you can use the containers to place into your favorite container and enjoy a quick and easy finished look.
The plants in each container have been hand selected by experts to grow well together and look amazing all season long.
They give you instant, professionally designed containers just like the ones out of your favorite magazine, but without all the work.
The Home and Garden Center has divided the year into 6 seasons and each season will have a new combination of plants that will be included in their Grab and Go containers.
You can learn more about the grab and go seasons and their combination of plants here.