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This is a tropical vine that grows in the sun on a trellis or on a fence. Easy to grow with lots of blooms. Comes in pink, red and white. ...

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These are tropical hibiscus. They are not perennial but are beautiful plants for the season. Grow in full sun. The more sun they have, the more blooms they will have! They come in a 6" pot and you can plant them in your large pots. They are great in the center of a combo pot!
Available in late March.
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These are perennial hibiscus that haven't been transplanted yet. They bloom late April or May and last for years. Blooms get the size of a dinner plate. ...

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This is our seed house. All different kinds of plants are planted in here and watered all through the day. When they get big enough, they are taken to another house and transplanted into flats. ...

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As Spring is quickly approaching we will be closing the Winter Market to prepare for opening the garden center in March. I hope to see you all when do this again in the fall!!! ...

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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.

Lots Of Color For Your Easter Weekend!

Spring is here! 

And we have a lot to choose from to color up your Easter weekend. 

Please remember that it is still a little early to plant your tomatoes and other vegetables with out taking the chance that a late frost will kill them. 

However you can plant bedding plants like petunias, dianthus, wave petunias, ageratum, alyssum, marigolds, lantana, dahlias, snapdragons and a bunch of other annuals.  You can also plant perennials, trees and shrubs.  If we do get a late frost, it may “bite” the plants (that means kill the bloom or new growth; they will turn brown or black), but you can clean them off and the plants should survive.  If we get a late hard freeze, you will need to protect your plants with a sheet, blanket or bucket as best you can.  A hard freeze of 28 degrees or less will cause significant damage or will kill most plants that are not established.

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