Spring has sprung, and every one of our greenhouses is already stuffed full of growing plants. Our average last frost date of May 15th-20th may be still be a month and a half away, but frost tolerant annuals like pansies and veggies like brassicas can be added to the garden. In the meantime, feel free to enjoy the color and fragrance of our main houses. Plus, our retail Glass House and back patio are overflowing with art, outdoor decor, fairy garden accessories, pottery, fountains, gardening supplies, gift ideas, and more!
Regular shipments of trees and shrubs are starting to arrive in our woody nursery. Our knowledgeable nursery staff can help you pick out the plants that are best suited to your landscape’s needs. We offer delivery and install, as well as full landscape design services.
Spring hours start April 1st! Soon to be open 9am to 6pm Monday – Saturday & 10am – 5pm Sundays
Quality Gardens greenhouses are stocked full with blooming annuals both in pots and hanging baskets. A huge array of plants for shade and sun to choose from that will fill your planters with color on your patio, deck, or porch.
Our staff is extremely knowledgeable and can help you pick and design your summer look. If you would rather not get your hands dirty let us do it all. Drop of your pots and let us design and plant them for you. All you have to do is pick them up!
One of our favorite summer blooming shrubs is Hydrangeas.
You just cant beat the large showy blooms on so many of the varieties. Whether it is a Macrophylla (Mop-head or Lace-cap), Paniculata (pinnacle), Quercifolia (oak-leaf), or Arborescens (Annabelle); they each have something to offer to your landscape.
That being said, Debbie’s pick of the Hydrangeas this year are the Cityline Hydrangea Series. They were developed for the small yard in mind being that they only grow to be about 3 ft tall and 2-3ft wide. They come in an array of pinks and blues and feel free to play with your soil ph to change the colors even more.
Come on in and talk to Debbie or Sarah, our knowledgable nursery staff to help pick the best one for you.
I find that there are always two types of customers exploring Quality Gardens in the spring. The customers that are incredibly knowledgeable, know exactly what they are looking for (or have a general idea), and require very little guidance on how to grow and care for their plants. Then there is the other 99% of us. We have no clue where to start and we don’t necessarily want to devote our lives to figuring it out (I included myself in this percentile most of the time). We want a pretty garden that doesn’t consume our whole life and that doesn’t take a master gardener to care for.
With this in mind, I have created a “Low Maintenance Perennial, Tree, and Shrub Guide” that can be your go-to when you just have no idea were to start. These plants will add color, beauty, and depth to your garden with the least possible maintenance and time commitment possible, making your garden the envy of all your neighbors. But, keeping in mind that low maintenance does not equal NOmaintenance, a little care in the form of deadheading, watering and general cleanup will be required.