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What's Sprouting in 2024

We pride ourselves in growing our seedlings using organic practices and products to maintain nature's intended approach to gardening.  Below you will find some descriptions of the wide variety of garden plants we grow and offer.  The listing is not all inclusive so, we recommend that you just come walk around, relax, and enjoy looking through the varieties we offer.  Although we thrive on carrying hard to find varieties, we offer many traditional varieties of plants as well.  Looking for a super colorful tomato?  We've got it.  How about a super-hot pepper full of flavor?  We've got that too.  In addition to edibles, we also grow many flowers and herbs from seed that can be mixed into your gardens as a way to attract beneficial insects.  Plus, you'll have a beautiful garden to harvest all season.  We're so excited to see what you'll grow in 2024.

See you in the garden!

Crops for cold weather starts are typically available by late March for transplanting.  

Warm weather crops are ready by late April, however, these need to be protected from low temperatures until the last frost date.  We can share some tips with you on care if you choose to buy early.

Fruit bushes are available in early May along with annuals and perennials.

It's always worth a trip to the greenhouses to see what's growing and talk with us about purchasing and planting!

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More plants for your garden

Come meander in nature and you'll find a plant wanting to go home and flourish in your indoor or outdoor garden.  Explore our native plant selection, houseplants, perennials flowers, bushes, and annuals that provide color all season long.  


Explore, enjoy, connect and rejuvenate!

Annual Plants
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