Berry White Hydrangea came on the market last year and we really like it. This variety develops cream colored flowers in summer that take on a beautiful deep rose color by late summer. These flowers will retain for the entire summer will hang on through the winter like all the paniculata hydrangeas will do. Berry […]
We are stocking two new hydrangea varieties that we are very excited about. They are related to varieties like Annabelle with their rounded blooms and growth habit. However, they stay less than 3-feet tall, rebloom and shouldn’t lay down in heavy rains. The two varieties are Mini Mauvette and Wee White. Stop in for details
We offer gift certificates for any dollar amount. Stop in during our regular business hours or give us a call. We can take your order over the phone and have the certificates sent to you or the recipient. The gift certificates never expire and can be used for any product at our nursery.
Along with all the flowering shrubs, roses, perennials and annuals you will find at our Nursery, we are also one of the largest suppliers of shade and ornamental trees in Southwestern Minnesota. We have over 50 different varieties to choose from and many are available in more than one size to meet any budget. If
We have had numerous reports of deer damage on plants this winter. I’m posting in the hopes that I can cover some of the questions we are asked. Most leafy types of plants will recover completely from deer browsing, but this is somewhat dependent on the plants age and it’s vigor. If your plants are
We stock a wide range of fruit trees and small fruit plants at our nursery. Apple varieties we stock are Fireside, Haralson, Honeycrisp, Honeygold, Red Regent, State Fair, Wealthy and Zestar. Pear varieties are Luscious and Summercrisp Plum varieties are Alderman and Toka We also stock two apricot varieties, a cherry variety called Northstar and
Winter injury on evergreens can occur in any given winter but in particular it will show up when the previous fall was dry and the subsequent winter is open. Because of our conditions this past winter, we suspect there will be some cases of winterburn this spring. Dehydration of the needles will cause them to