There are two types of tomatoes: Determinate and Indeterminate. Don’t know what that means? Our Plant Experts explain!
Mother’s day is almost here! Here are our top 10 picks for perfect Mother’s Day gifts, all of which you can find at Prairie Gardens.
Just can’t wait to garden? Our Garden Experts are breaking down what you can plant now and what you should wait to plant in April.
Here’s how you can prevent weeds from ever popping up in early spring with tips from Prairie Gardens Plant Experts.
It’s that time! Your early favorites are rolling in. Onions, Potatoes and more…these 6 new items have just arrived.
Plants that don’t require soil, you say – how can that be?! Well, it’s true…Tillandsia don’t need dirt, making them one of the easiest and coolest indoor plants around.
Yes! Late winter and early spring are prime times to be pruning certain deciduous plants. Find out why from Prairie Gardens Plant Experts.
Our Plant Experts are constantly answering questions (that’s what they’re here for), so we plucking out and answering the popular ones, right when they’re asked the most. On the docket: winter watering. The answer may surprise you.
A sure sign Spring is near? When Seeds arrive! Check out just a few of our new varieties from 2017 from one of our favorite seed lines, Botanical Interests. They’ve just arrived and are giving us the strength we need as we patiently (not really) hang on for Spring to grace us with its presence once again.
Don’t tell our poinsettias, but they’re a little high-maintenance. Which makes our growers a bit fussy—don’t tell them either, we don’t want to hurt their feelings…we really need them. Especially since they’re the very best at growing poinsettias locally, right here in our very own greenhouses.