Things changing in greenhouse day by day. More blossoms, more color…

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Environment Conscious approach – We sell trees in Root Pouches

Award winning technology takes a mixture of recycled natural fibers and recycled bottles otherwise destined for our landfills and turns them into a lightweight, breathable geotextile that is then crafted into plant pots that breakdown (degrade) in 12 to 36 months once they are planted in the ground. These fabric pots are wonderful for plants – roots can cool in summer, and not suffocate from over-watering. The fabric material lets water permeate so there’s sufficient drainage without holes in the pot.

A healthier alternative for the environment!






Greenhouse & Nursery now officially open for public.

Business Hours April – June:
Sunday 12 pm – 4 pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 9 am – 12 pm; 1 pm – 5:30 pm
Thursday 9 am – 12 pm; 1 pm – 5:30 pm
Friday 9 am – 12 pm; 1 pm – 5:30 pm
Saturday 9 am – 12 pm; 1 pm – 5:30 pm

Come in!

Lets celebrate Spring!

DSC01561We wish you very happy Easter!

After Holiday spirit will fade we hope to see you in our greenhouse & nursery starting April 3rd! We have bunch of flowers blooming already to give you that spring mood. We already received partial selection of trees and shrubs. And of course we have all sorts of seeds (including potato) available for you!

Lets celebrate Spring!


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We started preparations for spring 2 weeks ago. Here it is how we do!

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Mysterious world of petunias

Choices can be overwhelming

It is getting more and more confusing these days just to pick all time favorite Petunia for your summer garden. New names and kinds introduced every year and adds screaming that each of them is better than the one before. What is the real best choice?! As many other occasions in life there is no straight answer… Some do better in pots, some in the garden. Some have big blossoms but doesn’t tolerate wind, some have small charming flowers and and do just right in summer heat. It is not the case when one fits all. I decided to do my part – do little research for my own knowledge and share it all with you. Hope that will help you to choose!

Continue reading “Mysterious world of petunias”

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Spring fever already here!

We already having spring fever! Time to put plans together what will fill them patio pots, what vegetables will grow in the garden and what tree will be planted for generations to enjoy!

If you been in Prairie Rose last year and you liked it, you will love it in 2013. We got to know you in 2012 and now we know how to help you:

  • More perennials 5556275_f496
  • Trees and shrubs
  • More great value plants in 6 packs
  • More container gardening suitable plants
  • One stop shopping for plants and seeds
  • Fill those garden pots for you with flowers of your choice!
  • Help to till your garden.

Your gardening friends from Prairie Rose Greenhouse & Nursery

Two ways to grow bell peppers

People who come to our greenhouse always have lots of questions about what is the best way to grow peppers, how I grow peppers and etc. So I decided to put it all on the paper so anybody can read it. Since customers are interested in organic gardening too I did little research and share my founding. Continue reading “Two ways to grow bell peppers”

Growing Chrysanthemums


Chrysanthemums as well known as cushion mums are most rewarding fall delights. These cheerful bright flowers are the last ones to get vanished by fall frost and snow. Mums are perennial plants. Every spring little sprouts comes out of the ground and grows vigorously like green bushes all summer long. And when other flowers gets first frost bites chrysanthemums opens up to brightening our flower beds. Continue reading “Growing Chrysanthemums”

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Cinderella story on the vine


When the day of the ball came, they made such a fuss. Poor Cinderella had to rush about upstairs and downstairs. She fixed their hair in fancy waves and curls. She helped them put on their expensive new dresses. And she arranged their jewels just so. As soon as they had gone, Cinderella sat down by the fire and she said. “Oh I do wish I could go to the ball”. The next moment, standing beside her was a lovely old lady with a silver wand in here hand. “Cinderella, she said ” I am your fairy godmother and you shall go to the ball. But first you must go into the garden and pick a golden pumpkin, then bring me six mice from the mousetraps, a whiskered rat from the rat trap, and six lizards. You’ll find the lizards behind the watering can. Continue reading “Cinderella story on the vine”

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