Custom Christmas Tree Flocking

We offer custom flocking in white, blue and pink. From a light frost to heavy snow. Ask us about our tree flocking today. Come see us. #christmastreeshop #wichita #kansas...

Christmas Open House 2017

Christmas Open House 2017 Saturday, December 2, 2017 9am to 7pm Shop our Christmas displays and enjoy Hot apple cider, popcorn, ginger snaps and more. Free pictures with Santa from 10am to 2pm.  

Hong’s May the Forest Be With You T-Shirts

On May 4th, this year, we introduced our first T-Shirt coupon. Heres how it works. You buy one of our shirts for $20 and you'll save 15% off your entire purchase the same day and every time you wear your shirt on future visits. The idea for this shirt was inspired by...

Pond Winterization

Its always a sad time when you have to winterize your sprinklers, swimming pools and ponds but shutting down your pond for the winter doesnt need to be a difficult task. Follow these steps and your life can be much easier! Removal of excess organic matter and trimming...

Celebrate #SmallBizSat with us on Nov 25!

This Nov 25, we want to share Small Business Saturday® with you! It's a holiday shopping tradition that celebrates small businesses like ours. And it wouldn't be a celebration without customers like you joining us. So mark your calendars for Nov 25 – the Saturday...

Now Hiring Full and Part Time Positions

We're hiring full and part time positions in both Garden Center and Landscape divisions. Desired qualities to for applicants are a love for all thing garden and landscape, a self motivated, good attitude and strong desire to learn. MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE....

Water Garden and Koi Pond Aeration

You most likely know that your pond needs oxygen in the water but you may not know how much and how to get it there. A still pond is only able to exchange gases at the water surface. A still pond will support only a very small fish population. Installing an aeration...

Oregon Trip 2016

Pictures of the buying trip Nathan and Dail took to Oregon. They did work. We think...