Hedged by evergreen shrubs and flowering bushes, placid tide pools and trickling waterfalls flow into a deep, rocky basin. This backyard oasis is one of dozens of successful installations constructed by Rolling Meadows Landscape and Garden Center’s team of landscape artists. At their garden center, landscape experts of the same ilk assist guests with their own gardening endeavors. In addition to advice on landscape design, eco-friendly gardening goods, and the pros and cons of installing a moat made out of slip ‘n’ slides, Rolling Meadows’ team strives to empower local green thumbs with monthly educational classes and workshops.
Manhattan's favorite fruit markets! In spring, we're a top quality garden center with unbelievable selection of annuals, perennials, Proven Winners plants, herbs, KSU recommended vegetable plants, and beautiful hanging baskets. In summer we're a fruit stand, and by November we transform into a Christmas store!
The professional landscape engineers at Lawn Care Service of Topeka carefully chop lawns' tresses to give them a clean-cut luster. Once an overgrown chlorophyll carpet has been cropped to the owner's satisfaction, grass wranglers trim edges and blast clippings from sidewalks, driveways, and patios at no extra charge. On mowing day, owners should secure pets, leave gates unlocked to provide easy access, and identify their lawn by spelling out MOW ME on it in fertilizer.
Since its acquisition by the Jackson family more than 60 years ago, Jackson's Greenhouse & Garden Center has grown from a modest vegetable supplier to a full-service gardening and landscaping depot. Patrons can fill the gaps in their gardens with more than 600 types of annuals and perennials, 67 varieties of trees, and additional collections of roses, bulbs, and veggies. Organic fertilizers such as Natural Guard and Ferti-lome tuck flora into more sustainable beds, and benches and fountains furnish gardens for sojourning lawn gnomes. Less seasoned gardeners can hire Jackson's landscape specialist for landscape design or induction of irrigation systems, and year-round seminars enlighten students on subjects such as DIY herb gardens and pond installation.