good news, cool season veggies HAVE ARRIVED!
If you've ever grown your own fruit, veggies or herbs, you know how rewarding it is. And easy on your wallet too! If you're a first-time gardener, welcome! Growing your own harvest isn't hard and we are here to help! Take a bite outta the season with our collection of easy-care edibles; fruits, berries, veggies and herbs, all yielding a bountiful harvest! Plant in the ground or in containers, for garden-to-table goodness at its best!
Whether you're looking to start from seed or plant starts, we have the tools to help you grow your very own garden-fresh food and a certified nursery staff ready to answer any questions you may have along the way!
You can spot our Citrus section behind our roses as you come down the hill. Shop our selection of lemons, limes, grapefruit, mandarin, avocados and more!
Our selection of bareroot fruit trees are available for pre-order in November and are then potted up in pulp pots in the nursery in January. After January, find our fruit trees near Conifers at the end of our parking lot. Check out our Fruit Tree List for a helpful reference on what's commonly available.
Find our selection of blueberries behind our 1-gallon sun beds, near our acid-loving Azaleas and Gardenias (Because these babies are also acid lovers!) We carry a wide range of blueberry varieties depending on chill hours.
Our selection of juicy strawberries arrive with summer veggies and are made available in April and come January, bareroot berries including raspberries and blackberries arrive in the nursery!
Veggies & Herbs
Year-round, our Bedding Department works hard to bring in the best of the best. You'll find your classic must-have veggies and herbs as well as new and unusual varieties to try!
Our selection of veggies changes depending on the time of year with both organic and tradition choices available. Cool-season veggies start coming in late August, early September. This includes carrots, salad greens, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, peas, beets and more. Whereas warm-season veggies, we're talking tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, corn, beans, melons, zucchini, cucumbers and more, start coming in April 1st.
Next time you're looking to add edibles to your garden, say hello to Randall, head of our Bedding Department, and his team! They'll be able to help you find the perfect varieties for your garden! Check out more of our resources below and on our blog to help you become a edible expert!