Treat Mom to a day in the Garden! Our annual Mother’s Day Open House is Saturday, May 12, and Sunday, May 13, from noon to 5 each day.
Sign up for door prizes, pick from our great selection of bedding plants, planters and hanging baskets, and enjoy lunch both days.
Saturday order from the full menu from 11-2. Sunday we are serving a soup, salad and sandwich buffet. Buffet starts at noon until gone! Don’t forget dessert!
Join us for our 10th annual Garden Party Friday, July 7, and Saturday, July 8 from 10-3 each day.
We have a plethora of healthy, happy perennials, roses and nursery plants waiting to live in your garden space! Nearly all of them are 20-50% off!
Also find sales on garden accessories and potting soil, as well.
Sign up for door prizes, have lunch and/or dinner both days! Lunch is served from 11-1:30 and dinner from 5-8. Reservations are appreciated for the evening meal, or if you have a large group coming for lunch.
Whew! We made it through the Memorial Day weekend. It has been a wonderful and crazy spring at The Flower House Garden Center. There are still lots of beautiful annuals and perennials to choose from to help beautify your outdoor living space!
Starting Tuesday, May 30, our summer hours are Monday through Saturday from 9-5 pm, closed Sundays and evenings except by special arrangement. The Prairie Bistro is still serving lunch from 11-1:30, dessert available all the time!
Ever want to eat your words? The last line in my last post was “Bring it on, Old Man Winter!” All Tucked In!
Well, my challenge was heard. I’m sorry!
We, like so many others in our snow-laden area, have taken a hit from the 55 inches of snow we were “blessed” with over the Christmas season.
A hoop structure of aluminum and plastic was no match for all that white, fluffy stuff.
I take it back! Come on, Spring! We won’t take this lying down! Well, not for long, at least.
We are adjusting our orders to be sure we still get the cool new fun stuff squeezed into the houses that are still standing.
You can’t keep plant lovers away from the green stuff!
“Surely as cometh the winter, I know there are Spring violets under the snow.”Anon.
Stay tuned for info on all the news from The Flower House Garden Center! We’ve got lots of great stuff up our sleeves.
Join us Friday, July 15, and Saturday, July 16, for our 9th Annual Garden Party!
From 10 am to 8 pm each day you can take advantage of special sales on perennials, roses, hydrangeas and shrubs!
We have a great selection of quality, hardy plants just waiting to brighten up your gardens.
Check out sales on garden accessories, sign up for door prizes and have lunch at The Prairie Bistro from 11-1:30 each day.
Browse our display gardens (and maybe pull a few weeds 🙂 ).
We will also be serving dinner from 5-8 pm. Reservations advised!
We’ve had enough. It is your turn to plant, water and enjoy!
All annuals in packs and most in pots are buy one get one free! Elephant Ears, caladium, cannas, callas and dahlias are 20% off. So are most hanging baskets and planters!
This is a prime time to plant perennials. We have a great selection of perennials and nursery stock, too. June 28 we are offering a class with a light meal – Perfecting Perennials – Call now to reserve your spot!
June hours are Monday through Saturday 9 am to 5 pm. The Prairie Bistro serves lunch 11 am to 1:30 pm each day.
Join us for our annual Mother’s Day Open house from noon to 5 pm Saturday, May 7, and Sunday, May 8! Door prizes, sunshine, beautiful plants and lunch!
Our clematis are all $18.99 this weekend, regularly $22.99.
Order off the menu Saturday. Sunday enjoy soup and cheesecake!
It’s almost time! We are sooooo excited!
We have our happy faces on and are ready to open the doors for the 2016 Spring Season!
Monday, April 11 – April 30, we are open from 9-5 Monday through Saturday, closed Sundays in April.
Of course, The Prairie Bistro serves lunch from 11-1:30 Monday through Saturday through the end of June. Try our scratch-made soups, unique sandwiches and fresh salads!
Just a few of our new items for this spring!
Petunia ‘Night Sky’ has a unique splash of color on a deep blue background. The name was inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s painting Starry Starry Night. The amount of white will change as the season changes. This one will be fun to watch!
Petunia ‘Supertunia Honey’ is a warm mix of yellows, oranges and pink.
Kniphofia ‘Poco Red’, more commomly know as Torch Lily. Although perennial elsewhere (NOT HERE!) we are growing this funky plant as a Thriller container plant or for your full sun flower bed. It loves heat and drought.
Gaillardia ‘Red Sun’. Broad petaled “suns” of hot orange-red float over the mounding foliage of this blanket-flower. It is hardy to zone 3 but we plan on using it as an annual in containers, as well as in our well drained perennial beds.
Basil ‘Balsamic Blooms’ is both edible and decorative. Flavors range from mint (blooms) to sweet basil (leaves). Plant in pots to enjoy in your outdoor living space or in your garden for a lush harvest!
Pansiola is a fun blend of pansy and viola! Great for hanging baskets and planters.
Dahlia Go-Go Series ‘Speckled’ and ‘Two-Tone Red’ are a new introduction which make a great stand-alone plant or thriller in your large containers.
Calibrochoa ‘Close Up!’ (left) and ‘Magenta Mayhem’ (right) add a soft semi-double and unique splash of color to our lineup of ‘million bells’ type of flowers.
Hibiscus ‘Little Zin’ is like the ‘Mahogany Splendor’ we have carried for years, except it is more compact and dense-a bit more controllable in containers!
Gerbera ‘Bengal Mix’ is super-cool! This showy daisy is much bigger than its older siblings. The blossoms and foliage outgrow the normal gerbs and they come in six colors. Be sure not to over crowd gerbera daisies to get the most bloom for your buck.
Begonia ‘Unstoppable Fire’ makes a statement with bright orange open flowers and dark foliage. They do well in part sun or part shade.
Dianthus ‘Jolt Cherry’ is very floriferous! It is lightly fragrant and will do well either in a large container or making a bold statement in a front flower bed. It also makes a fabulous cut flower!
Bidens ‘Bee-Dance Painted Red’ shouts out summer time! The two-tone blossoms cover a very aggressive plant that loves heat and sun.