Each year the Perennial Plant Association chooses a favorite perennial that is low maintenance, reliable and relatively disease and insect free. This winning perennial tends to have been around for several years, tried and true, and may or may not be a popular variety at the time. It is usually a perennial that is hardy… Read more »
Topic: Selecting Plants
If you’re like most gardeners, you stick to the staple annuals of geraniums, petunias, marigolds, impatiens, and you might splash in a few bacopa, sweet potato vines and spikes for an added flair to your containers. While these are all great plants for reliable annual growing, there are a few plants we would urge you… Read more »
Houseplants are all the craze lately and it is about time! They’re a great way to bring nature inside during the colder months and then if desired take them outside. While we carry houseplants (we tend to call them tropicals) mainly in the spring and summer we still love to incorporate houseplants in our own… Read more »
In a world where succulents are all the rage, growers are experimenting with new and exciting varieties to introduce to the market. When looking for different succulents to bring to our customers, we were excited to find a succulent that would definitely make a statement. The Mangave is a cross between an Agave and a… Read more »
While most homeowners strive to have attractive landscapes all year long, that isn’t easily achieved during a South Dakota winter. However, there’s a few plants that provide color and interest, even during the cold season. Over the last year or so we have seen increased interest in evergreens. The texture of the needles, rich hues… Read more »
After a bitter winter like we’ve had, it’s not surprising to see many plants that have died from winter kill. You may be wondering what that exactly is and why it would happen… here’s the scoop on winter kill. Winter kill occurs for a variety of reasons. This year, the main source was the cold… Read more »
It’s late fall and many plants are preparing to sleep this winter. If you’re wondering what you can continue to care for, the following several varieties will thrive in your home and soothe your green thumb. We will soon be receiving one of our favorite Christmas flowers, Amaryllis bulbs. These tall stalks with huge flowers… Read more »
As we walk through the nursery, this is a time when many plants have either finished flowering or are not quite ready to bloom yet. However, there are a few gems that are just starting to show Mother Nature’s hand in beauty. When we suggest plants to our customers, we always help them pick plants… Read more »
It is a new season and with that, new items at Parkview Nursery! We order our nursery stock for the coming year from August- November. During that time we strive to supply you our customer with new plants that will grow and thrive for you in our climate. Now that it is time for you… Read more »
Make & Take Plant Hanger
Learn to make an adorable rope plant hanger and then pot the plant you pick!
Planting for Year Round Eye Appeal
Grab your girlfriend and your coffee and head over to spend your Saturday morning with Dana!