Succulents offer an array of unique colors, textures and forms. Get answers to basic questions insuring the success of your succulent plantings.
Right Plant, Right Place, Right Purpose
Right Plant, Right Place, Right Purpose: Understanding your landscape site, its strengths and challenges, and your own preferences for what’s important, will ensure the best results. Start here for a review of many resilient plants that might just be the ones that meet your planting objectives.
As the winter days get longer and the sun’s rays intensify most gardens are still sound asleep, but a few horticultural insomniacs may already be hard at work.
With the threat of Emerald Ash Borer, many people are considering other tree species for their landscapes. Here are a few ash alternatives worth considering.
When searching for low-maintenance, sustainable plants look first at species native to Nebraska & the Midwest. Here are a few of our favorites.
Native grasses provide contrasting color and texture, durability and winter interest.
Join Finke Gardens in using native plants in your landscape and make the world a better place for every living being.
Backyard Farmer’s Kim Todd visited Finke Gardens to film this video that reviews the four different types of hydrangea and rates them for ease of growing.
Oak trees have been a long time favorite tree for the staff of Finke Gardens.
Native trees to provide shade for your home and outdoor living spaces.
The crabapples sold at Finke Gardens are easy to grow and enjoy in all seasons. They have excellent disease resistance, ornamental fruit and are strong growers well-adapted to Nebraska landscapes.
Enjoy our sampling of “new to you” plants that promises to inspire and solve your summer gardening plans, problems and projects.
This great combination of native Nebraska plants is sure to delight all of your garden visitors throughout the year, and its great for butterflies too.