Plant of the Month


Campanula rotundifolia

From the Blog

June 24, 2013

Large Breed Companion

We often have customers visit the nursery and, most recently, bloggers who are planning landscaping projects but wonder how they’ll keep their large breed companions from destroying all their hard work.  I’m not an authority but I would like to share some ideas that work for Lucy and I. First off, Lucy is an 98 […]

March 26, 2013

Plant Sales, Pre-Order Dates and a Native Plant Class for 2013

Possibility Place has just updated the News & Events page with 2013 dates for pre-orders and plant sales. We’re also happy to announce our Forest Preserve District of DuPage County: Landscaping with Native Plants Class which will be held in Oak Brook on Saturday, April 20, from 1:30–3:30 PM. Visit News & Events for more dates, and more […]

December 5, 2012

Possibility Place vs Conventional Planting with H.O.P.E.

In November of 2012 we had students from the H.O.P.E. (Horticultural Occupational & Professional Experience) program visit Possibility Place. The focus of the program is to expose college age students to different aspects of the horticultural industry. They visit and work at a different nursery/garden center for two days a month for six months. It […]

October 20, 2012

Weather Adds to the Challenge

Some of you may have read my post last fall about collecting acorns and all the idiosyncrasies of the different types of oaks as well as the other consumers I have to contend with to get my job as propagator done. Well, here I am starting my fourth year at Possibility Place Nursery and I […]