“Watch us bloom like Spring after a long Winter”

Perennials are Long Lasting

Add lasting color & texture to your garden with perennials, which means they regrow every year. Choose from native plants like Black Eyed Susans to stunning new cultivars for both sun or shade gardens. These are a lovely and long-lasting addition to any space, plus a living memory book. Mark special occasions by planting a perennial and enjoy the bright, beautiful reminder every year they come back! Our selection changes seasonally, so stop in often to see what’s in bloom now.


Peonies bloom in late spring to early summer, and the plants get bigger and better every year. Give them plenty of full sun and space to grow because they don’t like being moved (they tend not to bloom the next year), and they don’t like being crowded! The ants you see are just coming to sip nectar; they don’t harm the plant.

Butterfly Bush

(Summer Lilacs)

Just like the name implies, the blossoms on these shrubs attract tons of butterflies throughout the summer and fall months. While the flowers come in white and dark purple, the lavender pink blossoms are the most appealing to the winged beauties in your area. The shrub requires annual pruning to keep it in tip-top shade for the coming year.



One of the most common and most cultivated perennials, there are thousands of different varieties of daylilies coming in just about every size shade and color (except blue!) Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees.


Iris are one of the world’s most beloved and easy to identify flowers. They can be found growing wild on almost every continent, from dry, rocky coastlines to cold alpine meadows and steamy swamps. Today’s gardeners can choose from many different types and varieties of iris in a rainbow of colors. Matching the right iris to the growing conditions in your garden is all it takes to enjoy growing these beautiful, easy care perennials.

Black-Eyed Susan

These popular North American perennials (plant genus Rudbeckia) bloom from July until frost. Black-eyed Susans’ long blooming period, plus their rich colors and carefree nature, makes them particularly valuable in perennial gardens. Black-eyed Susans are also delightful when mass planted as landscape features. They need plenty of sun and good drainage, and will naturalize in meadows. A long-lasting cut flower, too.



Praised for their cheerful brightly colored flowers, coneflowers are a mainstay in today’s garden. Be sure to leave some spent blooms on the plants in the fall because their seeds provide winter food for finches and other birds. The dried seed heads also provide architectural interest in the winter.

Annuals bring Seasonal Color

Colorful annual flowers add non-stop seasonal color to your landscape & planters. Lasting only one spring-summer season, these beauties will steal the spotlight in your pots, planters, or garden, brightening up and adding a pop of joy to any area. Locally grown on our Farm and Greenhouse our annuals are sure to make a statement! We have a large assortment of hanging baskets, drop and go containers or build your own baskets. Be sure to stop by to see our wide selection of annuals and let us help you design a container that will last all season.


Pansies are the colorful flowers with “faces.” A cool-weather favorite, pansies are great for both spring and fall gardens! Pansies have heart-shaped, overlapping petals and one of the widest ranges of bright, pretty colors and patterns. Good for containers, borders, and as ground cover, they are a go-to flower for reliable color almost year-round. Pansies look pretty on their own in a monochrome scheme or in mixed colors; they also look pretty when planted with other cool-season flowers such as violas, primroses, trailing lobelia, and sweet alyssum.


Snapdragons are very popular short-lived garden perennials that are usually grown as annuals. They are a mainstay of classic flower gardens, with infinite uses, from mixed border gardens to flower boxes to patio containers. The common name derives from the shape of the individual flower heads, which resemble the snout of a dragon, and which even open and close in a snapping motion, as often happens when pollinators open the jaws to reach the pollen.


The begonia plant can be grown just about anywhere. It requires minimal maintenance (zero pruning or deadheading.) Choose to grow this beautiful annual in a container, and you can move it inside and reuse the tubers the next year.


Most geraniums, are perennials grown as annuals in cold-winter climates. Most prefer full sun, but in hot climates afternoon shade is appreciated. Keep plants on the dry side. Geraniums perform best in areas with warm, dry days and cool nights. They are also a popular bedding, container or indoor plants. Move plants indoors before cold weather begins, or take cuttings for next year. For best results indoors, set near a sunny window. Geraniums require rich, fast draining soil and frequent pinching back to keep plants bushy.


Easy-care zinnias are annuals that come in a variety of colors and forms. Most zinnias need sun and well-drained soil that’s rich in organic matter. Keep the plants moist but not soggy; once they’re established, they can tolerate some drought. Remove spent flowers to encourage more blooms, and feed with a liquid blossom-booster every other week or as directed on your product.


Dahlias provide some of the garden’s biggest and most spectacular blooms. They are available in many different styles, sizes, and gorgeous colors. You can spend a lifetime getting to know them all. One of the best things about dahlias is how abundantly they bloom. The plants begin flowering in midsummer and continue non-stop right through the fall. Just plant the tubers in spring and prepare to be amazed!

Boston Ferns

The Boston fern, or Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Bostoniensis,’ is a type of sword fern that originated in humid forests and swamps. Its distinctive arching fronds are a mutation from the straight fronds of standard sword ferns. The popular stories are that the mutation either occurred on a ship full of ferns being sent to  Boston, or in the plant nursery of a Florida grower who later sent them to friends in Boston. These puffy plants are interior classics for a reason, earning their decades of popularity by being one of the easiest ferns to care for and maintain.

Dracaena Spikes

Dracaena Spikes are most commonly utilized as an annual for adding vertical interest to mixed plantings, or as an attractive houseplant. Varieties commonly available offer striped foliage in mixes of reds, greens, and white. Also known as Cordyline indivisa. Wonderful for combination plantings. Perfect for all kinds of containers. Use as an accent or specimen in beds, planters and window boxes. Height range is 18-24.”

Lemon Grass

Lemon grass is a grass like plant with long slender foliage growing to about 2-3 feet tall. Leaves are grayish-green in color. Stems and leaves impart a strong lemon flavor when used in cooking. Because lemon grasses not winter hardy in colder climates, it is bestrewn as a container plant. When grown in pots, use pots with ample drainage holes and filled with a prepared soil mix.

House Plants

Green and blooming plants enhance our interior spaces, help clean and purify the air, and generally make people happier, healthier, and more productive. Many of these plants can be used to enhance your outdoor spaces during the warmer months as well. Come see our cacti, carniverous, succulents, ferns, terrarium plants, and many other types to find some that are right for you.

Potted Plants

We love beautiful, stylish blooming containers that highlight your home. Flowers add joy and color to your life. For those that like to plant their own, we have an excellent selection of the healthiest plants for you to create some beautiful combinations of color and texture.

Professional Landscape Design

Whether you want to expand an existing garden or create a whole new look for your overall landscape, we can help you. We have knowledgeable staff ready to assist you in your DIY projects, Replacements shrubs/trees, Plantings, or new landscape design. In addition to designing landscape and hardscape plans, we offer a long list of landscape services, including installation of fire pits, as well as maintaining customer’s landscape with our quarterly maintenance plans.