Petitti Garden Center: Where Cleveland Gardens

Over the weekend, Dean and I were lucky enough to get an invite to tour Petitti Garden Center‘s Casa Verde, in Columbia Station. Casa Verde is where all the Petitti magic happens! 98% of the live product sold at Petitti is grown at Casa Verde.

Petitti Casa Verde Greenhouse

We were overwhelmed by not only the beauty of Casa Verde, but impressed by the magnitude of work that goes into providing the best product in the region.

Angelo Petitti guided a tour throughout the 32-acre property where he explained his story of immigrating to the US from Italy when he was 16. Dean and I assume Angelo makes an amazing homemade red sauce…and we were so very close to asking him about his tomato and basil plant secrets.

Petitti Angelo Dean

Since this is our first spring in our new house, we have a mile-long landscaping to-do list. Our yard makeover wheels were already in motion but this past weekend inspired us to kick things into gear. First and (unnecessarily) foremost: BUYING A LEMON TREE! Did you know you can cultivate fruit all year long from a lemon/lime tree in Cleveland? All you need to do is keep in in a pot and bring it to a sunlight area during the crummy Cleveland winter months!

Petitti Alana Dean

Is your green thumb calling your name? Well I have a $50 Petitti Garden Center gift card to giveaway!

You can enter by:

1. Post a comment about what you plan on upgrading in your yard this spring.
2. Tweet the following: I want to win a @Petittis gift card from @dawgpndgirl! #Petittis: http://bit.ly/1JtQFsE (You can enter once per day but must leave a separate comment each time letting me know you did so in order to count)
3. Share this post on your Facebook page (Leave a separate comment letting me know you did so)

This giveaway will run until Friday, May 1st at 11:59 pm. You can tweet daily! Good luck, gardeners!

DISCLOSURE: I was given a $100 Petitti gift card in exchange for this giveaway. Regardless, if you follow me on Swarm, you know I love me some Avon Petitti!

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