Here we are, and it is March already. Time is going so fast, and while I am trying so hard to be upbeat about the coming season, I have to admit it is getting harder and harder.
A few days ago, I received a message on Behnke’s facebook page from Steve Baldwin from Custer, South Dakota. Curious, I went to read it and found that he was a long-time friend of my grandparents, Albert and Rose Behnke.
One of the questions we get week after week is about finding information about this or that plant. Many times I can get the answer; however......
Proclamation presented to Stephanie Fleming, Behnke Nursery, in recognition of their "Exemplary Public Service" in Prince George's County. (Council Member Thomas E. Dernoga and Council Chair Todd M. Turner)
While most know Larry as Behnkes Operations Manager, not many know that he is also the face behind our website. If you happen to have a business that needs someone that can help you with your website, check out ours, and contact Larry.
One would like to think that there never is a good time to cut down a tree. However, for this beautiful Norway Spruce that was given to us in 1985 by my grandfather, Albert Behnke time was up.
Alice, who many of you might remember working in our sunny annual department every Spring loves to share photos of her beautiful gardens, and she lately has been fascinating us with videos and pictures of all of her butterflies hatching.
A customer wrote and mentioned her daughter told her that she has so many memories in her yard, all that were #bornatbehnkes! So in keeping with that theme, I wanted to share with you something I finally got to my home and got up.
As most of you know, I have been going through many of my families records and photos. One got me to thinking of the times my grandparents would take us on long summer vacations out West as we called it.
Sometimes there is something that just makes everyone smile when they see it. That was the case a week or so ago