If you're lacking outdoor space or if you've waited to plant those veggies, now is the time to start gardening. Brian is at Milaeger's in Racine with some miniature plants that will add beauty to the backyard.
About Milaeger's (website)
In A little 8' by 12' hobby greenhouse in the backyard of Dan and Joan Milaeger was the seed that grew into the Milaeger's of today. Ten years later, the couple offered their first crop of annuals from a 30' by 90' greenhouse at the newly purchased Douglas Avenue site.
In the 1950s, before the Milaeger business was started, Dan and Joan Milaeger supplemented their income by making winter grave decorations such as evergreen sprays (or blankets) and wreaths, which they placed on graves for their customers who wanted a decoration on the graves of their family members at Christmas. Joan also made corsages that she sold to drug stores, dime stores, and corner bars.
Their creativity, energy and spirit of willingness to do whatever was right for the customer propelled the business into continued expansion. Today the company has over 90 greenhouses that are open to any gardener who seeks the pure enjoyment of viewing a crop of color in its growing environment. Thousands of specialty annuals, bedding plants, vegetables, perennials and pot crops such as poinsettias are carefully nurtured, offering the consumer the widest array of plant material in the Midwest.