A new growing season brings about many new opportunities in your landscape
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.
Each year we are excited to offer a wide range of new introductions. This year is no exception with new plants that are sure to inspire spring planting projects.
A list of pollinators for best fruit set on different selections of Arrowwood Viburnum.
Nebraska’s beautiful ash trees may soon fall victim to the assault of the Emerald Ash Borer. We believe planting diversity offers the best opportunity for a more beautiful and sustainable urban forest. Here are our best recommendations for Ash Alternatives.
Bring sophistication to the shade with this great combination. Snakeroot’s sultry deep purple foliage is featured with a collection of stunning foliage perennials.
Most plants have one or more attractive features, but some are down right artsy. Take a look at some eye-catching trees & shrubs that are sure inspire.
If you love the color pink, invite these pink ladies into your garden! In honor of the feminine spirit, these pink blooming perennials are named for wonderful women.
As a tribute to moms, we have designed this white perennial combination. These plants are some of the most durable and reliable we offer.
This great combination thrives in hot and dry locations where the sun tends to wash out even the brightest flowers. . .
Finke Gardens is excited to offer many new Hostas this spring. Hostas are a fun and striking way to enliven a shady space…
As many plants are withering in the heat, this great combination is just beginning to shine and this grouping continues blooming through early fall.
For a twist on the classic, spin the color wheel and try complimentary colors orange and purple in the garden.