Here's a small slideshow of our hanging baskets growing progression which starts the first week of March every year.                 

Welcome to BlueView Greenhouse. Our business began with our love of plants and gardening. My wife, (Leah )and I,(Jay)  both grew up with large gardens in our familys that canned and preserved the vegetables and fruit that we ate throughout the year. Our family still carries this tradition  today with our great daughters and greenhouse helpers; Jessica,(10) Billie Joy,(7) and Elizabeth,  a.k.a. JoJo. (2)

   I would like to give so much thanks to my Dad(Paul) and Mom(Barb) for all of their hard work and long hours helping us at the greenhouse. Whether it was to play with and entertain the girls, mix soil and fill pots, or help plant, they have been there for us. Thank you also to our families and friends for your help and encouragement over our years of growing.

   All of our gorgeous, unique hanging baskets, annuals, veggies, and herbs are grown here, by us. As you can see in some of the above photos, we receive trays with thousands  of small plugs around the first week of March and create the correct combination of plant variety and color. From there, we grow them with lots and lots of T.L.C. to perfection until our customers come and find a new home for them.

  Most all of our veggies and herbs are grown from seed by us. The planting process starts with filling 244 size plug trays with germinating media. Then, we sit in the living room, play a movie, and drop 1 seed in at a time. After all the varieties of tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, squash, melon, cucumber, and herbs have been planted, it's time to germinate. I'm excited this year to have commercial grade heat mats to speed up and improve germination.  In the previous years we stacked the trays on and around our wood pellet stove in the living room. My wife is very excited to not have the living room turn into a germination chamber for a month out of the year!  Once the seedlings are the correct age, we transplant and finish them in their final container size.

   We also invite customers to wander our small farm to see what's new in the perennial display gardens. We're always adding new varieties and trialing them to give our feedback on how they perform. There are also some chickens of all varieties, our cat(Bup), and two pygmy goats(Priscilla) and (Daisy) to say hi to and pet while you're here.


Our business truly is family owned and operated.

Making Rice Lake, WI and the surrounding area beautiful one flower at a time!