Fall Sale! All trees, shrubs, and grasses are 35% off, perennials 50% off. Cash-and-carry only. Plant material purchased at discounted price does not carry a warranty. Excludes hard goods and trees that are growing for next year.
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Ornamental Plants

Aronia Berries Packed with Antioxidants

Based on the weather, it’s hard to say what season it is. But the calendar says it’s time for our annual fall sale! … Starting today be sure to stop by the nursery for great deals on all our plants. All perennials and grasses are 50% off. All shrubs and trees are 30% off. Did […]

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New Plants in 2013!

Here is a list of our new plants this year: Perennials Erin Lea daylily Marque Moon daylily Dragon’s Fruit dianthus Butterfly Kisses coneflower Dancing Stars hosta Little Treasure hosta Strawberry Fair Siberian iris Mr. Goodbud sedum Shrubs / Trees Amber Jubilee ninebark Standing Ovation serviceberry  

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Trees for Fall Color

It’s only been a few days since autumn officially started. But we’re already seeing some spectacular fall color along our roadways in Iowa. Maybe you’ve noticed some of the same colors and plants that we have: Deep reds in the thickets of sumac, brilliant yellows from our native ashes, rich purples from our red-osier dogwoods, […]

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Why Is My Plant Turning Yellow?

Now that summer has officially arrived our customers are naturally interested in how the hot weather is affecting their plants. We make it a point to remind everyone that summer is still a great time to plant. The key to successful summer planting is providing sufficient water to your new transplants. But what if one […]

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Edible Landscapes

Interest in home-grown edibles has never been higher. It’s easy to see why. Organically grown fruits and vegetables are now standard at almost every grocery store. Both scientists and consumers are now starting to appreciate the role that antioxidants play in healthy lifestyles. And there really is nothing quite like eating fresh produce from your […]

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What is that Plant?!

One of the most common questions that we’re asked at the nursery is: “What is that plant?!” Once spring arrives, dozens of previously unnoticed plants begin to flower. These plants that once faded into the background suddenly stick out like sore thumbs. Naturally, our customers want to know what they are. Since we’ve had such […]

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New Plants in 2011!

We love staying on top of trends in Midwest landscaping, and we love being able to provide our customers with the plants they are demanding. That’s why every year we look forward with eager anticipation to the arrival of varieties that are brand new to Miller Nursery! And as usual, we want our E-Newsletter subscribers […]

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