Greenhouse

Oxalis

For the "Irish" in all of us, how about a blooming shamrock plant (Oxalis) to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! The shamrock is easy to grow as a houseplant. Give it bright, indirect light.

IT'S FALL VEGETABLE TIME

The grow your own craze has caught on and the season for starting crops for fall gardens is upon us! Empty space in your garden provide opportunities for starting some of our favorite vegetables for October harvests. So get those hoes and shovels out, clean up leftover debris, loosen up the soil and get planting! Now is the time to get cole crops in the ground; cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli transplants are ready. We also have starter plants of lettuces, chards and kale, and root crops like beets.

Pepper Variety List

We are pleased and proud to be able to offer you an extensive variety of tomatoes, pepper and other vegetables.
Please be aware that some varieties are grown in limited quantities and may not always be available, so we recommend that you shop often and early!

Tomato Variety List

We are pleased and proud to be able to offer you an extensive variety of tomatoes, pepper and other vegetables.
Please be aware that some varieties are grown in limited quantities and may not always be available, so we recommend that you shop often and early!

Specialty, Custom Designed Hanging Baskets

These are no ordinary hanging baskets like you'd pick up at the box stores!! We start each fall working with one of of favorite local growers (known for their meticulous standards) and design each one with St. Louis summers in mind. Our greenhouse staff is known for putting together incredible blends of flowers and foliage for spectacular displays. We strive to build amazingly long-lasting combos that burst and cascade with color and texture, for sun or shade.

LOCAL, ORGANIC and NEW!

We are super excited about our new line of local, organically grown veggies and herbs from Crown Valley Organics!! They all are free from residues of harmful chemicals, which makes them safer for you, the environment, and the people who grow them! Organic vegetables and herbs are also more flavorful and nutritious due to the fertilization techniques used in organic growing. Stop in and check out the selection, which will change as the season progresses!

There Is A Difference

We know it's very difficult to walk through the big box stores and see the inexpensively priced poinsettias this time of year and not be enticed into buying. Keep in mind, there is a difference. These plants are grown in large quantities under conditions that allow them to grow quickly and therefore, these plants are typically very soft and prone to breakage. They are referred to as unpinched, meaning no cutting back during the growing process which would produce a much stockier and stronger poinsettia.