Carnivorous plants like the Venus flytrap can be both educational and entertaining. So if you are looking for something new for your plant collection, why not give it a try? It’s sort of like adopting a pet, only you can skip the pooper scooper.
Gain gardening knowledge and inspiration this winter by curling up with a cup of coffee/tea and a good blog. Here are a few favorites.
Packed with flavor and nutrients, zesty microgreens are so easy and fast to grow year-round, there's no excuse not to. Read on to learn how.
Eagerly awaiting spring? Learn to create open, airy arrangements using cut flowers to fill your home with a fresh spring vibe.
As a business that's been around a long time, we've had many employees over the years. The holidays brought in Leo Bicknese, former Behnke's Vice President and one of Stephanie's honorary dads while growing up at the nursery. It had been over 25 years since she saw him!
It's 2017! Stephanie muses on what the new year means to her and what she's looking forward to at the garden center. Hint: fairy gardens may be involved.
It's a Christmas tree! No, it's a houseplant! However you choose to think of it, it's the best choice for an indoor tree; there's really nothing else like it. Click through to learn how to care for it and keep it happy...past Christmas.
Deck those halls! Evelyn, a former florist, shares inspiration Christmas decorating using fresh greenery. Included is a how-to on making fresh kissing balls.
It's the time of year for making family memories. Stephanie (a Behnke family member and VP of Behnke's) places great importance on family and has been busy out and about with her daughter and grandson. Share in her new holiday memories.
Step aside, poinsettia. Easy to grow and to rebloom, the Christmas cactus deserves another look, and not just as a holiday plant, but as a year-round houseplant.