Stephanie shares information about how she has been getting ready for Spring Gardening. With her son-in-law's company RECHARGE MOVE now streaming online she is able to get in her daily exercises. Those weeds do not stand a chance! The added bonus is she will be able to get down on the floor and play with her grandchildren.
Great news! Helmut Jaehnigen is doing great and is back walking around after a bad fall last May.
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.
It's the people who have made Behnke's what it is today and after announcing that we will be closing in June, the response has been incredible.
One of our long-time employees (who's easily recognized by his large cowboy hat) discussed the remarkable history of this beautiful crape myrtle next to our driveway.
Last in our month-long celebration of women who made important contributions to world of horticulture is Beatrix Farrand. Learn all about how she overcame a male-dominated profession to design famous gardens, including Dumbarton Oaks in D.C.
This month, we're celebrating the women who broke boundaries to make horticulture what it is today. Up this week is Cynthia Westcott who became famous for her ability to diagnose and treat ornamental plants, writing a number of books and developing disease solutions in the process.
Renowned for her achievements in the field of ornamental plant hybridization, Isabella Preston is the next woman we would like to celebrate in our month-long series for Women's History Month.
March is Women’s History Month, so we thought it appropriate to remember a few women who made strides in the area of horticulture. First up, a woman who was key in developing and commercializing the cultivated blueberry. Click through to read her story.