Fall is for planting

We will continue our landscape plantings well into November if Mother Nature cooperates. Stop in to see our full line of shrubs, trees and perennials. We also stock a large selection of evergreen all through the fall season.

Annuals on Sale

All of our annuals and vegetables are up to 35% off excluding hanging baskets and large mixed pots. We have a great selection still in stock.

We are open Memorial Day!!

We will be open Memorial Day from 8:00 am til noon. We have lots of flowers, perennials, shrubs and trees in stock.

Annuals Have Arrived

Our greenhouse is loaded with beautiful annuals, hanging baskets and pots for you to choose from. We also have most of our other plants in stock including shrubs, trees, and evergreens and windbreak seedlings. Deliveries of new plants will continue throughout the spring.

Spring is around the corner!!!

Please watch our website for expanded hours as we approach warmer weather. In the busy part of the season, we are open 7 days a week. Updated business hours will be posted soon.

Coming This Fall!!!!

Invincibelle Mini Mauvette Hydrangea

This hydrangea brings a never before seen color to the arborescens species hydrangeas. This plant is a dwarf, growing to 3 feet tall, with deep mauve-violet blooms held on very strong stems. We will have this plant available in September along with two white dwarfs, Limetta and Wee White. All are well worth a place in your landscape or flower bed.

Hostas and Perennials Galore

Come See Our Colors!!!!

Annuals Have Arrived

We just received our first shipment of annuals and they are gorgeous. Stop in and check out all the new varieties that Margie has brought in this year.



We are receiving truckloads of new plants on a daily basis. Many hardy plant varieties can be planted now. If you need shrubs, trees, evergreens or windbreak plants, now is the time to consider starting your project. Of course, you can plant any of these all through the summer and fall months as well. By the first part of May, perennials can be planted, and almost all will tolerate some light frost beyond that point.. Annuals can be planted also, but watch for those late frosts and be ready to protect these if need be. Usually, the last frost occurs before the 15th or 20th of May, but Mother Nature has proved us wrong at times.