Category Archives: Garden

2020 PG Bulb Varieties

They’re here! Fall bulbs have just arrived (champaign location only). Plant this fall for incredible color come spring. Check out the PG 2020 Variety Selection below (please call ahead for exact availability). And hurry in! The BEST time to shop is right now when the selection is at it’s peak.

How to Care for Fall Mums

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.

Fiddle Leaf Fig Care Guide

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…

August Garden Checklist

Find out how you can keep your garden thriving and looking beautiful during the hot midwest month of August with tips from Prairie Gardens Plant Experts.

Enchanting Plants for a Magical Moon Garden

A moon garden is a dream-like garden meant to be enjoyed once the sun goes down and the the dark cascades over your yard. Moon gardens are filled with varieties that pop in the dark, such as blooms and foliage featuring bright whites, enchanting silvers, and iridescent greens. The most magical moon gardens also weave…

Basics of Growing Tomatoes In Your Vegetable Garden

Tomatoes are one of the most rewarding and most popular additions to our beloved gardens, but you may be wondering…how can you get the best tomatoes ever? With just tomato growing basics under you’ll belt, you’ll be on the rode to enjoying the juicy, fresh tomatoes, right from your own garden. Visit Prairie Gardens &…

Plant A Succulent Pot…in A Pot!

Succulent Pot in A Pot DIY

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.