Last week, Stephanie went to the Philadelphia Flower Show. For the first time ever. If you've never been, the show is floral extravagance on top of overwhelming abundance on top of manifold inspiration. Click through to read about her experience.
One thing is for sure: Winter will end and Spring will follow. Stephanie, like most of us, is looking forward to the warmer weather and all that she will plant.
Do you have a bucket list of things you want to see or try? Stephanie does and it's paying off since she spent last Saturday doing something she never would have otherwise: glassblowing. Read all about her experience.
March has Stephanie thinking about homegrown cherry pie. Click through to learn why!
Hellebores are here! Signaling that spring is just around the corner, these easy, winter-blooming perennials are one of Stephanie's favorites. Click through to learn why.
With pansies now in stock at the nursery, Stephanie remembers the hard work that used to be put into growing them here. Read about it and watch a video taken in the 60's of the process.
Stephanie just got back from her yearly trip to Atlanta to buy goodies to sell at the nursery. Read about her trip and some of the great stuff she has in store for 2017.
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 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.