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A short drive from anywhere!
BROOKSCAPE GARDEN CENTER
799 Old 81 Hwy in Elyria
5 mi SE of McPherson
Brookscape North, our new location, is next to the Stone Chimney in McPherson!
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Weddings, Receptions, Reunions, etc.
BROOKS LANDSCAPE, LLC
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The family owned and operated Brooks Landscape was founded in 1997. Through the years it has transformed from a mowing business to a full-time landscaping operation and now has two garden center locations. Brookscape Garden Center is located in Elyria, KS and Brookscape North is located in McPherson, KS. Most recently, the main location in Elyria has been open to hosting weddings and receptions to friends and family!
Brooks Landscape offers a wide range of services from landscape to lawn maintenance to design and installation.
If you are tired of the same old shopping for flowers at hot cement locations, come visit Brookscape Gardens! Each shopping trip will offer a unique experience as our inventory and flower gardens are always changing with the seasons! Most plants we offer are planted in our gardens so you can see if it will be the perfect fit for your gardens.
When the leaves start to change, so do we! Fall season brings the time for those warm fall colors. Mums, asters, gourds, and pumpkins are seen throughout the landscape and spilling out of baskets and wagons. Fall is not only a great time for planting, it is the best.
The smell of fresh Christmas trees is one of the best things about the holiday season! We offer trees of all sizes along with poinsettias, wreathes, fresh garland and New England bells. Come share your Christmas traditions with us!
Brookscape Garden Center
Brookscape offers a real garden experience where you can come and get excited about plants and being outdoors and realize all the potential your gardens hold.
799 Old 81 Hwy in Elyria - 5 mi SE of McPherson
A Short Drive from Anywhere
Brookscape Gardens is the ideal choice when planning your special day! You can plan the celebration you have always imagined as there are many settings for the wedding ceremony and photos. You and your guests will enjoy the privacy Brookscape Gardens offers so that your day feels more intimate and memorable.
Brookscape Gardens offers several options for wedding receptions including a perfect, rustic round top barn draped in lights or several large grass areas for tents.
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You may call us at (620) 241-7433 or email us at Brooks@brookscape.com
Brooks Landscape Tips
Spring is coming which means it is time to start that spring cleanup. It may not be the most enjoyable part of gardening, but it makes a huge difference! First thing...start cutting back those perennials that you didn't get to last fall and than move on the woody shrubs that require getting cut back every spring (varieties of hydrangeas, Red Twig Dogwoods and buddleia to name a few). Next, you can start on your rose bushes: "roses benefit from a good pruning and the removal of the majority leaves, to shock the rose into thinking it was dormant and needs to wake up and start growing again" (The Spruce). As you are working through each garden bed, make sure you are removing leaves and other debris. To polish your garden beds off, don't forget to edge and mulch!
Lets talk about coral bells. Many have had some trouble growing these here in Kansas. They look great right when planted but slowly start dying back until there is nothing left. After some research and playing around, we offer some tips. Coral Bells tend to be a little picky in where they are planted. They prefer part shade and good drainage is a must! The label may say full sun, but full sun in Kansas can be pretty harsh on coral bells. They don't want to compete for water, so if there is a water-hogging plant nearby, the coral bell most likely won't survive. If you have poor soil, you may think about digging a bigger hole and adding some good soil and sand prior to planting. This will help with the drainage! After blooming in the spring, the flowers can be cut back to encourage more energy back into the leaves. Coral bells should be divided every 3-5 years. You may also need to replant deeper if the coral bell's crown heaves above the soil line.
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