If you’ve not got your fall plants in already, Saturday is the perfect day to do it. Susie Bachman demonstrates how to create fall planters that will accent your property quite well. Each Planter needs a drainage hole, and feel free to use a length piece of grass as a statement piece of the planter.
For unique and local options that will help you highlight their interests and achievements, check out this list of best places for grad gifts in Minnesota.
There is a great place to escape the snow and ice outside right now. It’s in South Minneapolis, inside Bachman’s Spring Ideas house. It’s a home near the Bachman’s floral center on Lyndale that’s all dressed up with the latest trends in home decor for spring.
For nearly 50 years, Macy’s eighth floor has been transformed into a giant, gorgeous blossoming garden for the annual flower show. This year, with the help of Bachman’s, the theme “A Painted Garden” comes to life through the majestic colors and inspirations of Asia.
It’s not quite time to get out in the garden. But if you’re antsy for some fresh herbs, you can grow them inside — the best kinds to do just that are dill, mint, rosemary and sage.
How do you host a farmers market in the coldest months of the year? You put the growers and vendors inside.
The holiday season is full of iconic symbols and bright colors. Look no further than one of the traditional holiday plants: the poinsettia. The best florists to offer poinsettias have been rounded up here.
While you are busy decorating the inside of your house for the holidays, don’t forget the outside. There are some simple things you can do to the entrance to your home to impress your holiday guests.
Ever get overwhelmed by all the choices you have, when it comes to decorating for the holidays? Check out the Bachman’s Holiday Ideas House.
Check out this round-up of the best garden centers, tree farms and decoration supply locations to get started on your holiday decoration shopping this year.
A combination of hot temperatures and high humidity is hitting the Twin Cities and punishing our plants. But there are ways to protect them.
As the temperatures continue to warm up, a number of viewers have asked WCCO’s Holly Wagner to find out what the “in” flowers are this season. Holly Wagner talked to the garden experts at Bachman’s to get the scoop.
By presidential decree in 1914, the second Sunday in May is an official holiday celebrating mothers and their unique contribution to our lives. As part of celebrating Mother’s Day, many people search for just the right gift for the special lady in their lives.
Brightening up the outside of your home may be as easy as changing up your planters or potted plants. Holly Wagner talked to the garden experts at Bachman’s about which flowers do best at this time of year.
The flower industry says flower sales that dipped during the recession have been rebounding this Valentine’s Day.
A lot of people do entertaining over the holidays and plants are a great way to spruce up your house in the winter.
Many people love the scent of a real Christmas tree or holiday wreath, but some greens are more fragrant and longer lasting than others.
Susie Bachman from Bachman’s Floral & Garden Center shared some advice on caring for your holiday plants.
This is a good time to swap out your planters with greens that will weather the cooler temperatures.
We’ve had a warm fall, but it’s just a matter of time until the cooler weather arrives. That’s why it’s time to start thinking about what yard work needs to be done before the temperature drops.
Fall is here, but when it comes to your yard, you may want to have spring in mind.
Fall is here, but that doesn’t mean you should slack off on your lawn care. It’s actually the most important time of the year for your lawn.
As the leaves change, it may be time to change your flowers and potted plants to ones that will weather the cooler temperatures.
Planting a tree is an easy way to spruce up your yard. It sounds like a simple task and it can be if you know what you’re doing. Susie Bachman of Bachman’s said there’s a little more science to it.
If the perennials in your yard have stopped blooming, maybe it’s time to dig them up.