Flowers 101

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Behind The Tradition

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Seasonal Flowers & Gardening Tips

Spring Color Combinations

Spring Color Combinations

We're been lucky to experience a mild winter here in Western New York. Before we know it, we'll be ready ...
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Easter Flower Fundraisers

Easter Flower Fundraisers

Now that we've left one holiday season behind, we're about to enter into another: Easter! At Bengert Greenhouses, we offer flower fundraisers ...
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'Tis the Season for Holiday Poinsettias!

‘Tis the Season for Holiday Poinsettias!

Christmas is a time for celebrating with family and friends. Flowers, namely Poinsettias, have long played a special role in ...
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Christmas Poinsettias

Christmas Poinsettias

Holiday poinsettias are a beautiful and effective fundraising method. Bengert Greenhouses will accommodate all of your personal needs and unique ...
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Flower Fundraisers

Bengert Greenhouses offers flower fundraisers that are perfect for your organization or group. In the past, we’ve helped churches, community ...
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Beginning and Maintaining a Perennial Garden

Beginning and Maintaining a Perennial Garden

The term perennial applies to plants that live for more than two years. Unlike annuals, which need to be replanted every ...
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9 Easy Summer Flowers

These 9 garden beauties thrive in summer heat and bloom nearly nonstop into fall! 1. Aster: These daisylike flowers are available in ...
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Top 12 Summer Gardening Tips

Good preparation is critical for your garden to survive the wilting effects of summer. Summer brings common challenges, such as ...
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Celebrating Mother’s Day

Celebrating Mother’s Day

We know what mothers really want on Mother’s Day: flowers. In fact, this tradition dates back to 1908 when the ...
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Color Concepts

Looking to spruce up your garden? Consider these tips to give your yard a bright, beautiful feel this spring! Color ...
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Funding for Horticulture Priorities

For anyone who has ever grown impatiens, you might be aware of a devastating plant disease called Downy Mildew. Downy ...
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Spring is in Sight!

It’s February. Which means it’s another month closer to warm weather and sunshine! Your plants have been sheltered indoors or ...
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