We get your garden started...

So you can enjoy it sooner!

Welcome to Medary Acres! We are a family owned seasonal retail greenhouse in Brookings, SD. Medary Acres has been serving Brookings and the surrounding area for 66 years! We pride ourselves on offering high quality plants and great customer service. Whether you’re new to gardening or you have years of experience, we can help you find what you need. Come see us from mid-April to mid-June. We’re worth the drive!

We’ve also just added a brand new online store where you can skip the line and order gift cards from home. Click the “shop” page to order!

Happy Planting,

Brian, Lynn, Sarah, & Sam Darnall

Hanging Baskets

Flowers

Hundreds of plants!

Decoration Ideas

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years owned and operated in Brookings, South Dakota!
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FULL acre of annuals, perennials, vegetables, and more!
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varieties of plants to choose from!

Transform your home into a garden!

We have hundreds of plants to choose from!

Annuals

Add some color to your home!

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Hanging Baskets

Hang them up or set them down!

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Perennials

They'll come back every year!

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Shrubs

Make your house stand out!

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Should I Only Grow What I Know?

Like all avid gardeners I have trusted favorites that I plant every year. Each year I make an effort to try something new in my beds or in my pots. I always learn something and you never know when you will find a new favorite! – Linda W.

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What if my plants outgrow their pots?

Plants are not armed and dangerous! If something in your pot gets too big, get your scissors and trim away! In fact, I like to be constantly trimming my pots rather than having a big “haircut” day. It’ll never show that way and it keeps them looking good. – Vikki S.

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How do I maintain garden tools?

To keep your garden tools in tip-top shape, keep a five-gallon bucket filled with sand mixed with oil in your garden shed (I use motor oil). When returning to your garden shed plunge tools into sand/oil mixture several times. Then pull out the clean, oiled tools. This not only cleans them, it prevents rust. – Lynn G.

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