Lincoln's Locally Owned Garden and Landscape Center
April 4, 2017 0 Comments

Landscaping 101: Spring Color

Early spring is one of the most exciting times for gardeners. We’ve spent winter nurturing our houseplants, planning our vegetable gardens, dreaming up new beds, and starting seeds when we just can’t wait any longer. The first green shoots of tulips poking out of a litter of last fall’s leaves...

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March 28, 2017 0 Comments

New for 2017: Shrubs

We have some gorgeous new varieties of shrubs arriving in our nursery yard this spring. Shrubs bring form, texture, and a good color backdrop to your landscape. Whether your landscape is modern with clean lines, a colorful cottage garden, or inspired by natural prairies, these shrubs anchor your design and...

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March 21, 2017 0 Comments

New for 2017: Trees

We are excited to introduce some new varieties of trees to our nursery yard this spring! You'll find reliable natives, narrower shapes to fit into urban lots, and superior fall color among the varieties we're stocking this year. Stop in and chat with our knowledgeable nurserymen and women to determine...

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March 7, 2017 0 Comments

Plant Profile: Palms

Palms are common houseplants that easily turn a room into a tropical sanctuary. Their feathered, arching habit provides textural and architectural interest. They are easy to take care of and are generally happy with the conditions inside the average home. They also represent a milestone in plant evolution: through fossil...

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February 24, 2017 0 Comments

Plant Profile: Ficus

The genus Ficus encompasses a huge range of plants, each with unique characteristics. Ficus have a reputation of being finicky, but with some understanding of their needs they are reliable houseplants. Ficus don’t cope well with change, so other than regular rotation for uniform growth, avoid moving them too often....

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February 19, 2017 0 Comments

Plant Profile: Philodendrons

Philodendrons have been the entry-level houseplant for generations. They can grow in low light, they’re forgiving when neglected, and they grow steadily enough to be interesting. Most people are familiar with the traditional green, trailing philodendrons, but there are lots of new hybrids with beautiful colors and unique shapes. Heart-Leaf...

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