It’s Mum Season! And that mans a very popular question is currently getting asked at Prairie Gardens & Jeffrey Alans: “Are these Mums hardy? Will they overwinter?” The answer is, Yes! But, there are some things that need to be done to help make it more likely your Mums will survive the winter outdoors.
No one likes a rotten pumpkin! Use these tips for extending the life of your live pumpkins, whether you’re keeping them whole or carving them up this fall season.
Our garden experts are constantly answering garden questions (that’s what they’re here for), so we’re plucking out the most popular ones and answering them right when they’re asked the most. On the docket: I can’t wait to garden! What can I plant now?
The dilemma: you have a room that could benefit from the lush, green beauty of gorgeous indoor plants…but there are no south-facing windows providing tons of sunlight to spare. The solution? These 11 beautiful houseplants that are champs at tolerating low-light conditions.
Itching to get outside? Do it! The weather is about to warm and there is plenty to do in the garden as you’re feeling stir crazy. Here are tips for what you can be doing in the garden now from PG Plant Experts.
We love our plants, and we love our furry friends…but sometimes, they don’t mix. When ingested, some plants can be toxic to pets. The good news? Many plants, including these 19 indoor plants, are pur-fectly pet friendly and commonly found in the Prairie Gardens Greenhouses.
Orchids may look like high-maintenance beauties, but once you know what makes them flourish, you’ll find them a cinch. Just follow these simple tips from our Plant Experts and your fancy-dancy orchids will be happy campers!
Showing no signs of slowing down, Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus Lyrata) has continued to win the go-to houseplant popularity contest. With popularity, however, always comes a bit of a reputation. You may have heard of Fiddle Leaf Figs tendency to be a little finicky, and it’s true, they can be a little particular. Luckily, it’s…
Are you a repeat Houseplant murderer? Have no fear! The PG Plant Experts are sharing 8 Houseplants that are the easiest to care for. So you can turn the brown thumb to a beautiful color green.
Framing for the first time can feel daunting. Where do you start? What will it cost? How do you narrow down the options? Luckily, we’ve been doing this framing stuff for over 50 years, so we’ve figured this all out for you. Check out our 8 tips for framing first-timers – you’ll find out it’s really not so scary after all…we promise.