Whether the groundhog was right or wrong about seeing his shadow, some of you may have noticed that the Easter Lilies have began to sprout up. To most that means that the start of spring has started and it’s time to start planning those flower bed layouts. Below you’ll find a list of some of the best flower nurseries and greenhouses throughout the state.
Founded in 1986, this nursery is a second generation, family owned business. It sits on 8 acres along Pendleton Pike in Lawrence. Not only do they have a nursery for plants and flowers, they also do landscaping as well. They sell various types of flowers that are both perennial and annual, shrubs, several types of trees, and more. Head on over to their website for more information or to speak with a consultant.
Located in Zionsville, this garden center really has it all. Whether you are on the hunt for the perfect fit for your flowerbeds or the best plant that will perfectly pull a room together, there’s plenty to choose from here. They offer many gardening workshops that include things like Prune Like A Pro and Spring Container Make & Take. Some of the workshops are even free. Another bonus is that they offer delivery and planting. So go and check out their website to register for a free class or to check out what flowers they have.
Visiting this greenhouse is like stepping into another world. As you walk up to the log cabin that houses indoor and outdoor decorations, it’s like stepping into a jungle of plants of all kinds. You can find flowers that need sun and ones that are okay with the shade. They have a wide variety that suits everyone’s needs. One of the best perks of this greenhouse, is the Farmhouse Cafe & Tea Room that sits right across from it on the same property. So you can have lunch and then find some of the best flowers. It’s located just a few miles from Nashville. Check out the links for more information.
Founded in 1964 by the Reed family, this nursery is like walking through a maze of flowers. They strive to provide the best products and at the best prices. They have a team of plant experts that can help you with all of your gardening jobs, whether big or small. They even deliver things such as soil, rocks, and mulch for all of your landscaping needs. So if you find yourself in Valparaiso, then stop by Reed’s Nursery.
Located in Granger, this greenhouse is one of the largest in the area and it has been operating for over thirty-five years. They sell a wide variety of trees and plants, but that’s not all. They sell things for pets and livestock, bird feeders and seed, and all kinds of garden and home decor. On their website you can order products, read articles on gardening and even sign up to receive emails with information and coupons. So what are you waiting for?
This family owned greenhouse in Fishers started as a one man operation and grew into a company of over sixty employees. Plants and flowers aside, they offer a wide range of services that include landscape design, property layouts, patios, lawn care service, tree spraying and brick walkways. With their two full service garden centers, you’ll have plenty of things to look at. Check out their website for more information on their products and services.
This nursery in Seymour is comprised of over five-hundred acres of land. It’s a family business that started as a childhood dream of enhancing the beauty of one’s surroundings. From planting a few trees and shrubs on a small plot of land, it has grown into the business it is today. You can visit their garden center where you can buy all kinds of plants, ceramic pottery, benches, bird baths, and more outdoor decor. They even hold workshops for holidays, mini gardens for kids, Terrarium bars and more. Head on over to their website for more information.
Whether you are a homeowner looking to spruce up your garden, a landscaper looking for products or just someone who wants to give the gift of a green thumb, these are some pretty good options to choose from. What are some of your favorite greenhouses and nurseries to visit? Did we miss any worth mentioning? Let us know in the comments below.