And the Winners are… 2018 Plants of the Year!

By |March 1st, 2018|


Candidates for the Proven Winners’ Plant of the Year are judged stringently by growers, retailers and home gardeners against the five criteria: Easy to Grow, Iconic, Readily Available, Perfect for Baskets or Containers and Outstanding Landscape Performance. Plants are selected that are easy for everyone to grow and deliver […]

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Recipe for a Successful Garden

By |March 1st, 2018|

Enter the kitchen garden:

A garden is as distinct and individual as your tastes will allow. Whether you like it hot and spicy-with herbs and peppers that sing with flavor-or subtle blends of flavorful veggies and culinary herbs, it is easier than you think to have success in the garden and in the kitchen.

Today’s kitchen gourmet […]

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Children in the Garden

By |March 1st, 2018|

A garden is a wonderful place for a child to experience the natural world and learn how things grow. It is a place of wonder and surprise that excites the imagination as it teaches valuable lessons about the environment, responsibility, and discipline. With a little planning and effort-and a little help from you-your child can […]

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March Newsletter

By |March 1st, 2018|

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Preparing the Garden and Starting Seeds Seminar

By |March 1st, 2018|

Call 406-656-5169 now to register for our upcoming workshop:
Preparing the Garden and Starting Seeds
Saturday, March 10th at noon
In this workshop, we will be giving tips for starting seeds indoors or in your home-greenhouse as well as a basic guide for preparing your garden.  If you have any questions, bring them with you and we will […]

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Starting Seeds: Beginner’s Guide

By |March 1st, 2018|

Starting seeds indoors can give you an advantage if you hope to have well-developed vegetables this summer and is necessary if you plan to grow cool season crops such as lettuce, radishes, cabbage, broccoli, peas and a variety of leafy greens. The average last frost date in Billings is May 18th and average first frost […]

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Pre-Order Your Tomato Plants

By |March 1st, 2018|

Pre-Order Your Tomato Plants: What’s Available?
We have a wide selection of tomato plants to choose from this year. Pre-order a tomato plant now and receive a mature, healthy plant in May. It will be ready to be planted in the ground with many flowers and usually a few young, developing fruit on it as well. […]

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February Newsletter

By |February 12th, 2018|


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10 Romantic Flowers and their Meanings

By |February 1st, 2018|

A bouquet of flowers is the perfect gift for a loved one, friend or family member.

Asides from being aesthetically pleasing, each flower has a different symbolic meaning.

So if you’re considering buying some flowers as a romantic gesture, what do you need to know before you purchase?


1. Yellow Daffodil
The Yellow Daffodil represents new beginnings. It is […]

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How to Attract Birds

By |February 1st, 2018|

Overview of the Four Requirements for Attracting Backyard Birds
Wild birds require four things to be attracted to a backyard: food, water, shelter and nesting sites. If you make each of these four things available, you will be amazed at how many different species of birds become regular backyard guests.
A good food source is the most […]

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