Parks Brothers Farm, Inc.
Parks Brothers Farm, Inc. is Arkansas’s largest wholesale greenhouse and operates this website as Parks Wholesale Plants. Parks Brothers grows a full line of bedding plants, vegetables, herbs, perennials, hanging baskets and patio pots in a wide variety of sizes.
We have approximately 675,000 square feet of production space that allows us to provide our customers the depth of availability that your garden center needs on a weekly basis during the mad rush of spring.
We are committed to providing our customers with the best in quality plants and service. With hundreds of items available in the spring and timely delivery combined with low minimums, Parks Brothers is the grower of choice for hundreds of garden centers.
Check out our line of USDA Certified Organically Grown Non-GMO herbs and vegetables called Peace Farm Organics. There are more to choose from this year!
Some of our most popular items are Confetti Gardens, Proven Winners, Stepables®, Wave Petunias, perennials, Burpee Bumper Crop Grafted Tomatoes and our superb hanging baskets and combo pots. Our Charley’s Vegetables, Strawberries and Herbs have their own website to support new and experienced gardeners.
Please Contact Us for a Spring Packet that includes price and item lists plus information on new items.
This web site is dedicated to the support of our wholesale customers and our products. We hope that you like our site and come back often to visit. There is still a lot of good plant and flower product information for home gardeners to use. Check out our blog for pictures, videos and our Current Availability is updated regularly.
Here is a sample of some of our spring plants.
Baskets and Deco Pots
Ornamental Cabbage and Kale
In the winter we also grow almost 100,000 Poinsettias in 4″, 6″, 8″ and 10″ pots. So if you are looking for Poinsettias, check out our Poinsettia page!
Thanks for stopping by and be sure to Contact Us for pricing and delivery or if you need more information on any of the products we grow. You can also read more on our About Us page and learn how Charley and Paul Parks started a greenhouse.