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.
New shipment alert! Brand new Houseplants have just arrived to the PG greenhouse. John points out some of the varieties he’s most excited about…plus, his picks for beginners. Watch him jump around the greenhouse with a quick video!
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!
Should you be locked up for being a repeat houseplant murderer? We’re gonna let you off the hook. There are plenty of houseplants tolerant of homeowners who lack green thumbs. Here are 10 of our favorite hard-to-kill houseplants (often found in our greenhouses), so you can put your plant murdering past behind you.
Poinsettias, Christmas Cactus, Norfolk Pines…it must be Christmastime! Learn how to properly care for these varieties for beautiful blooms and happy plants all holiday season.
Don’t waste those gorgeous blooms! Drying Hydrangea blooms is super easy, they last for such a long time, and you can do it with any Hydrangea variety. Learn how in this easy DIY tutorial video with Laura from Garden Answer!
Mums are blooming and ready for your gardens! Learn how we grow them locally, get tips from our Garden Experts on proper care and peek at the beautiful blooms and other fall garden favorites.
It’s a succulent pot in a pot! This trend has been popping up on instagram, and we’re totally on board. Learn how to create this simple DIY with Laura from Garden Answer, plus extra tips from Prairie Gardens & Jeffrey Alans.
HEAT WAVE! These are the top 5 things you should be doing to keep your garden containers happy, healthy and looking fabulous during the summer heat.
Hummingbirds will grace your garden again and again with these 50 plants they love! Look out for them in the Prairie Gardens & Jeffrey Alans Greenhouses.