Plant Stress Help

Plant Stress Help

After a cold, wet spring, we are now having a dry, hot summer! When temperatures are above 90°F, plant growth is slowed. Leaves may fold or get scorched. Blossoms and fruit may drop. Yellow leaves can signify too little AND too much water. Watch your plants and check...
Garden Art Fest 2022

Garden Art Fest 2022

We are excited to be featuring several different artists on Saturdays in July this year at our Naperville location! Talented, local artists are chosen because they either make pieces for the garden or make pieces inspired by nature. Join Saturdays in July to shop all...
Plant Natives

Plant Natives

Native plants thrive under local conditions and require less maintenance once established. That means less water, less fertilizer, and less pesticides which makes for a healthier Earth. Plant a butterfly garden, a rain garden, or a small prairie-like area to replace a...
Shedding Light on The Shade Garden

Shedding Light on The Shade Garden

We are frequently asked what perennials can be planted under shade trees. While dense shade is not an environment for prolific perennial blooms, there are a variety of perennials that offer variegated, textured, and colorful foliage. Walk your yard at different times...
5 Plants With Personality

5 Plants With Personality

A new shipment of houseplants has arrived and we can’t wait to show them off! We have the easy care varieties, such as Sanseviera, Peperomia, Spider, Pilea, Pothos and indoor succulents. A few unique plants are featured below. You can have a houseplant in every room,...