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Just in time for your Christmas decorating!! Win a free Poinsettia basket, perfect for a gift or for your own decorating. Just like, share and tell us which color you like best!! The winner will be chosen Friday afternoon before 4:00.

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Just in time for your Christmas decorating!! Win a free Poinsettia basket, perfect for a gift or for your own decorating. Just like, share and tell us which color you like best!! The winner will be chosen Friday afternoon before 4:00. ...

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In order to spread a little Christmas cheer, we have lowered the price on our Christmas deco pots and our poinsettia baskets....just in time for your holiday gift-giving. Now they are only $12.99 and $18.99. Come on out and get them while supplies last. ...

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Need a special gift? We have these beautiful sweet lavender pot for only $12! Come out and shop with us Monday through Saturday 8am until 4pm. ...

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You are welcome to bring your camera and take pictures with the poinsettias. We have several spots set up just for that!! ...

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Buy your spring flowers and summer vegetables directly from Parks Brothers Greenhouses, Arkansas's largest greenhouse grower!

Parks Brothers Greenhouses grows top quality annual bedding plants, garden vegetables, perennials, hanging baskets and patio containers in the spring. In fall and winter, our greenhouses are full of mums, pansies, kale, snapdragons and poinsettias.

Parks Brothers Retail
6733 Parks Road
Van Buren, AR 72956
(479) 410-2217

Please call us at 479-410-2217 for our hours which change during the season.

Cole Crops

broccoli-1204 Cole Crops refer to early season cold hardy vegetables that include cabbages, cauliflowers, broccoli, brussel sprouts, lettuce and chard. 

In the deep south, cole crops need to be planted by the first of March.  In the mid-south (Arkansas and Oklahoma) they should be in the ground by the middle of March.  However this year, we have had such a cool, wet March so far the ground has been too wet to plant.  I think that gardens will be able to plant their cole crops later this year.

What happens with cole crops is when the temperatures heat up, the plants just don’t fo as well.  So planting early and growing cooler is better.

Farther north, cole crops can be planted on up into April.

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