• Our Family Farm
  • Overwhelming Beauty
  • Gift Certificates


We've Grown Organic Veggie Plants!

Now that the temperatures have begun to cooperate, it's a great time to get those veggies and herbs in the ground if you haven't done so already. If you're in the mood for USDA certified organic plants, we've got a fine selection we've grown for you! Most of our organic veggie plants are only 20-30 cents over the price of our non-organics and they're certified by NICS in Viroqua, WI.

What do you need?

An Amazing Experience!

It's about more than just plants...
at least that's what we think.

We could spend a lot of time extolling the virtues of having an astounding variety of annual and perennial bedding plants, flowering and vegetable containers, countless hanging baskets and planters, and our super-knowledgeable staff that can hang with the plant geek, the excited enthusiast, or the overwhelmed newbie. But that's just bragging. We love this stuff and we'd like you to love it too. "Quality bloomers at reasonable prices," is just the beginning.

Satisfying Success!

'Gardening' sounds like hard, tricky work... scary even.

Some of us have backyards with plenty of room for rows of vegetables and wonderful flower beds, and some of us live in tiny apartments with barely enough room for a few potted plants on the floor by the window.
In either extreme or somewhere in the middle, you should feel like the time you spend beautifying your life will give you great results no matter what the color of your thumb is. We've got a few ideas for you too...

Healthy, Happy Living!

It's not just a luxury. It's something we know we need.

Know what? It's not just marketing nonsense. Look at this gigantic list of sources on the subject!

So maybe it's just about a making a meal from a few fresh herbs and veggies you grew in the garden or on the back porch. Or maybe it's about sitting on the patio with the smells of a beautiful, flowering container or two.

We can help you get started this spring.

Containers...When to Water?

One of best tricks we've learned is to soak 'em in the morning on on sunny days, and leave 'em alone on cloudy or rainy days. Roots breathe!