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.
Sweetly fragrant, disease resistant, long-lasting blooms…what’s not to love? At Last Rose is Proven Winners 2019 Rose of the Year! This beautiful, low-maintenance variety features gorgeous orange-coral blooms and requires no pruning or dead-heading. Learn why this variety won top honors and look for it in the PG greenhouses!
Top plant picks and tips from the PG Plant Experts to create an oasis for our Butterfly pollinator friends.
Want to tackle your very own container? We’ve got you. Here are Prairie Gardens Plant Expert top tips for making a successful container garden you’ll absolutely love.
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?
Jessica from Proven Winners takes a stroll around Prairie Gardens greenhouses and highlights some of her favorite plants! Including Cuphea Vermillionare (a hummingbird magnet), Coleus Golden Dreams, and more. Plus…she gives quick container gardening recipe picks with her spiller, fillers, and thrillers container tips. Look for these varieties in the Prairie Gardens & Jeffrey Alans…
Sadly, nearly one third of Bee colonies have vanished. But you can help! Prairie Gardens Plant Experts recommend planting these to help save the bees.
Craving sunshine? Looking longingly at your garden? Dreaming of buds blooming? We have a diagnosis for you: you’ve caught the spring fever. Highly contagious and difficult to kick, it’s going around. There’s no real cure other than spring coming again, but in the mean time, we find garden dreaming and peeking at what’s to come…
With just a little planning you can get a jump on the planting season by starting seeds indoors with these tips, so you can have a home grown garden, right from the start.