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Creative Cupcakes!

Posted by on Sep 17, 2014 in Blog, Wedding Ideas | 0 comments

Creative Cupcakes!

In terms of wedding symbolism, a towering white cake is surpassed only by the bridal gown, but many couples these days are opting to skip the multi-tiered confection in favor of something a little more unique: Cupcakes.

Why Have Cupcakes at Your Wedding?
While cakes are limited to a maximum of one flavor per tier, cupcakes can be made in as many flavors as there are cupcakes, giving every guest something to suit their tastes. The designs are equally varied. Whether you’re going for cozy or elegant, cupcakes can be decorated and arranged to suit your Utah County reception.

With significantly less need for structural engineering than a heavy multi-tiered cake, cupcakes are also considerably cheaper than full-sized wedding cakes. The money saved by using a simpler dessert can let you splurge on another area of the wedding. If you’re truly ambitious or have an interest in cake decorating, wedding cupcakes are simple enough that they could even be a DIY project.

Another benefit of wedding cupcakes is the ease of serving. Since there’s no need to cut anything, guests can simply grab one whenever they want. There’s also much less risk of a last-minute disaster. A dropped cake can ruin your Utah County reception; a dropped cupcake can simply be removed from the display.

Possible Downsides of Cupcakes
The primary downside, of course, is tradition. Guests will be expecting to see a grand wedding cake, and some might be a little taken aback to see cupcakes instead. This can be an issue for some brides and grooms as well as the guests; the cake-cutting is a traditional wedding moment that you just won’t have if you opt for cupcakes.

Best of Both Worlds
For those who love the variety and ease of cupcakes but still wish to have a cake to cut, there’s a new option: A cutting cake. This is typically presented as a tiered display of cupcakes with a small, matching cake on the top tier. This cake can be cut during the Utah County reception and part of it saved to eat on the first anniversary. It’s still not quite as grand as a traditional wedding cake, but it allows you to keep the cake-cutting ceremony while still retaining all the advantages of cupcakes.

 

Fruit & Nut Trees–Small Fruits 2016 Availability

Posted by on Mar 20, 2014 in Retail Nursery | 0 comments

Fruit & Nut Trees–Small Fruits 2016 Availability

These fruit and nut plants have been carefully selected for Utah zone 5.  We have some very exciting genetic dwarf, dwarf, semi-dwarf, and multi-budded fruit trees.  Look at the Apples, Cherries, Peach, and Pluot trees.  It is rare to get Dwarf Cherries and Apples.  We have Pluerry’s (Plum Cherry cross) and it is supposed to be better tasting than the Pluot (Plum Apricot cross) which is an amazing fruit.

We have an edible landscape specialist her name is Susan, please call her for a consultation at (801) 602-9121 or go to her website at Utah Edible Gardens (http://utahediblegardens.com).

2016 Highland Gardens Fruits & Nut Trees and Small Fruits

Click to see more details of each fruit tree:   Highland-Gardens_UT_2016

Cherry

4 in 1 (Ranier, Bing, Utah Giant, Van)

Cherry Bing Dwarf (8′-14′ very small for Cherries)

Cherry Ranier Dwarf (8′-14′ very small for Cherries)

Cherry Craig’s Crimson Dwarf (8′-14′ very small for Cherries)

Apple

4 in 1 (Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith)

4 in 1 (Fuiji, Gala, Mutsu, Jonagold) on M111

6 in 1, 3-Tier espalier (Gala, Fuji, Braeburn, Golden Delicious, Gravenstein, Bisbee Red Delicious)

Gala, Dwarf and Semi-Dwarf

Golden Delicious, Semi-Dwarf and Pollinator

Honey crisp, Dwarf and Semi-Dwarf

Peach

4 in 1 (Gleason Early Elberta, Redhaven, Frost, Veteran, Cresthaven)

Honey Babe Miniature Genetic Dwarf 3’ to 5’

Gleason Early Elberta

O’Henry

Redhaven

Snow Beauty White

Nectarine

Arctic Jay White

Fruit Salad

4 in 1 (Polly White Peach, Harken Peach, Harko Nectarine, Harcot Apricot and Superior Plum budded onto Citation rootstock – they vary)

Apricot

Chinese (Mormon)

Pluerry (New)

Sweet Treat

Candy Heart

32MF92 plum cherry

Candy Heart Pluerry

Pluot

4 in 1 NEW (Flavor King, Flavor Queen, Flavor Supreme, Dapple Dandy -they are hard to find)

Flavor King

Dapple Dandy (hard to find)

Plum

Santa Rosa

Mulberry

Persian Fruiting

Asian Pear

Shinseiki

Pear

Bartlett

3-4 in 1 Espalier (Bartlett, Red D’Anjou, Flemish, Bosc, D’Anjou)

Nut Trees

Walnut

Ambassador

Almond

All in One

Small Fruits

Grape

Juice

Concord

Green Seedless

Himrod, Interlaken

Red Seedless

Suffolk Red, Canadice

Raspberry

Heritage Red, Jewell Black, Fall Gold, Candy Red

Gooseberry

Pixwell, Hinnonmaki Red, Black Velvet

Kiwi

Hardy Issai Self-fruitful

Blackberry, Thornless

Triple Crown, Black Satin, Navajo

Fig

Violette de Bordeaux

Blueberry

Bluecrop Northern, Blueray Northern

 

 

2015 Utah Fruit and Nut Trees

Espaliered Apple 6 in 1 (Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Braeburn, Gravenstein, and Brisbee Spur Red Delicious)-SOLD OUT!

Apple 3 in 1 (Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, or Honeycrisp)-SOLD OUT!

Apricot (Chinese/Mormon)

Peach (Lemon Elberta, Red Haven, O’Henry, Snow Beauty White)

Peach 3 or 4 in 1 (Red Haven, Gleason Early Elberta, Veteran, Cresthaven, or Frost)

Pluot (Dapple Dandy)

Pear (Bartlett)-SOLD OUT!

Cherry 3 in 1 (Bing, Utah Giant, Van, or Ranier)

Fruit Salad 3 or 4 in 1 (Harken Peach, Harko Nectarine, Harcot Apricot, or Superior Plum)

Nectarine (Flavortop and Arctic Jay White)

Mulberry (Dwarf Black)

Almond (All-in-one)

Walnut (Ambassador – English)

Small Fruits

Raspberry (Heritage, Golden, Black,  Canby)

Blackberry (Triple Crown, Black Satin, and Navajo)

Gooseberry (Red, Black Velvet)

Grape (Eastern Concord, Himrod, and Canadice)

Hardy Kiwi (Isaii)

 

Download file below for descriptions:

Highland-Gardens_UT_2015

Garden Retail Nursery

Posted by on Jan 31, 2012 in Featured, Retail Nursery | 0 comments

 

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