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Bignonia vines (Crossvine)

Time To Move On As Demolition Comes To An End

I went to see what was left at Behnke Nurseries today. It was all gone! I said I was not going to go, but I went anyway. I got there as that big monster machine that tore down every single structure was being loaded up.
Ele and Emily Behnke

Time Really Does Fly By

While at the Maryland Home & Garden Show, Stephanie enjoyed the time spent with her cousin Emily Behnke.

Stephanie’s New for 2022!

Find out what is new for 2022 and Beyond Behnke's as Stephanie jumps into the world of podcasts.
Behnke Demo

And So It Begins

And so it begins, the demolition of Behnke Nurseries after more than two years.
The Bannister Family ~ Smile!!

Behnke’s Santa Chair Lives On

Memories of Behnke's Santa Chair while Stephanie finished up her last craft show of 2021.
Beyond Behnke's Gardening Forum

Beyond Behnke’s NEW Gardening Forum ~ Sign Up NOW

I want to invite you to Beyond Behnke's NEW Gardening Forum. This forum will be a place to ask questions and share information. As more folks post their questions or comments in one of the categories, we will build on that by adding more sections.
Meadows Farms Greg and Anita

Meadows Farms ~ Plant a Little Happiness!℠

Last week, I was on my way to Beltsville and decided to stop in at Meadows Farms in Burtonsville. I was not sure if former Behnke's Best Anita and Greg were working that afternoon but I wanted to see that new greenhouse I had heard about.

Blast From The Past

I got to spend some time last week with some very special women. I stopped in to say hello to Becky and her husband Nick. Many might remember Becky who ran our customer service and cashiers for many years. As…

Becky and Anita visiting Greenway Farms in Cooksville, Maryland

Two Growers That Sell Retail Too

Wholesale Grower My husband and I started Hillside Nursery, in 1979. We were a wholesale nursery of annuals, perennials, and poinsettias a few months after we got married. For 27 years, we sold our plants to retail garden centers and…

Titmouse and kinglet at the bird feeder

Feed the birds, Tuppence a Bag

Feed the birds! Winter, especially it is important to feed your back yard friends. A bird feeder or two maybe even three will make the birds very happy and the bonus is you will be able to watch them from the compfort of your own home. Or tent as some people do.
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