Grand Flower Growers

What’s the Buzz on Neonics?

Have you heard the term neonictonoids (neonics) being thrown around with words like 'bees' and 'boycott' but never really got the full picture? Now you can 'bee' informed with this simple run down.


Spring Fever

A cold day like today makes me even more anxious for Spring to arrive, but we still have 51 days until the official first day of Spring. So what can we do in the mean time to get our fix?... Continue Reading →

For the Love of Flowers

One of my favorite parts of my job is taking pictures of the beautiful flowers I find out in the greenhouse. I love flowers and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Here is a collage of some of my... Continue Reading →

New: Night Sky Petunias

At GFG, we have the privilege to test new flower varieties to see how well they perform in normal greenhouse conditions. Last year we trialed a new purple petunia called 'Night Sky'. This year, we are putting them in regular... Continue Reading →

What is Grand Service?

As you've learned from our About GFG page, all of our annual flowers and plants are shipped to numerous Home Depot locations in Chicago and Chicago outskirts. Flowers can't always survive on their own for a long period of time... Continue Reading →


Welcome to Grand Flower Growers new, and first ever, blog! Here you will find a collection of various information including greenhouse news, Home Depot news, sales/promotions, pictures, updates, gardening ideas, tricks of the trade, and much more. Feel free to... Continue Reading →

What’s Happening Now?

Often times people ask me "what's going on at the greenhouse now that you're off-season?". Well the past couple years we have had greenhouse additions to build, and updating that needs to be done, as well as a great dealĀ of... Continue Reading →

Year of the Pansy!

2017 is the year of the pansy (according to The National Garden Bureau). Pansies are pretty awesome for gardeners living in the Northern region of the US because they can withstand temps below freezing, and can tolerate light frost. Pansies... Continue Reading →

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