When you are a part of a company that has been around for just about 200 years, every once in a while you come into contact with a piece of its history that makes you stop and say, “Wow.” [read more]
Who says you can’t teach a 199-year-old dog new tricks? In an effort to shrink our carbon footprint, Stark Bro’s has [read more]
[Guest Post by Melinda Myers, horticulturist and gardening expert]
Don’t drag that Christmas tree to the curb to be hauled away by the trash collectors. Give it [read more]
Paul Clarence Stark, 1914
For 20 years all the Starks hand searched for a large late keeping yellow apple as good [read more]
Cranberries, from the cranberry plant (Vaccinium macrocarpon), are a delightfully easy fruit to grow and the cold-hardy plants are attractive, low-growing additions to [read more]
[Guest Post by Roberta Simpson-Dolbeare]
Organizers of Stark Bro’s Garden Center’s “Paint a Pumpkin Pink” event couldn’t have asked for nicer weather Sunday October 26, 2014. The sunny afternoon helped [read more]
The American chestnut tree (Castanea dentata) used to be one of the most common — and important — trees in the Eastern half of the country, but by the end of the 1930s, the stately tree was virtually wiped out. [read more]
On a cool day in mid-May, Stark Bro’s delivered several fruit trees and blackberry plants to the Governor’s Mansion in Jefferson City, MO. The idea was [read more]
Every year, Stark Bro’s Garden Center in Louisiana, MO, hosts a spring celebration in honor of [read more]
Each November, we celebrate Veterans Day — a chance to recognize and celebrate the men and women who have served in our armed forces. This holiday is an opportunity to honor [read more]
Subscribe to our e-newsletters for all the latest growing tips and offers from Stark Bro's.
Add our blog's RSS feed to your favorite RSS reader.
View the feed »