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.
Brrr…it’s cold out there! What does this mean for your garden? Prairie Gardens Plant Experts dish about the effect of these low temperatures and what you can do to protect your gardens.
Yes! Late winter and early spring are prime times to be pruning certain deciduous plants. Find out why from Prairie Gardens Plant Experts.
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!
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.
Tropical Hibiscus are a great additional to any garden, constantly rewarding you with big, beautiful blooms through out the spring and summer growing season. Learn how you can keep the blooms coming with tips from Prairie Gardens Plant Experts.