Take a few minutes each day to watch in awe as the wind makes your beautiful wind spinner dance. You will find that as you delight in the kinetic spinning designs, your mind and body will start to relax.
With social distancing and everything that goes with it, I am not sure about you, but I am past ready to hug someone other than my husband.
Behnke’s closed just over a year ago, and I took advantage of that to retire. So, I’ve been home a lot more than I used to be, but then again, so is nearly everyone else.
How can it be one year already? One year since we closed the gate for good. So much has happened during this year, but one thing remains the same. You! Our readers/customers and our extended Behnke family.
Let me tell you about an exceptional person. His name was Allen Doong, and he worked at Behnke's for over 25 years. In fact, Al actually started out doing manual labor at the nursery with some of his high school friends in the 1980’s.
Wildflowers are one of Mother Nature’s loveliest gifts. American Meadows answers 15 FAQ on growing wildflowers. We hope these answers will help you grow an amazing wildflower garden.
Albert Behnke loved many plants, but roses always held a special place in his heart. He grew up on his father’s nursery growing roses and brought that knowledge to America. My entire life has been about plants and flowers.
Each week this spring, I have shared different posts with you about starting your own Victory Garden. A few weeks ago, former #BehnkeBest Adrienne Neff and her sister Cordelia Neff decided to make their own Victory Garden.
My mother’s husband, Joe, used to work at Behnke’s in the ’70s and ’80s and went on to start his own wholesale nursery. He grows perennials and small shrubs for garden centers & landscapers.
I finally did it! I ventured out and went to the hardware store. I needed some more stripper for that ice chest my husband was redoing, and I decided to just go get it. Only 15 people in at a time. Everyone wears a mask.