We are proud of our selection of annuals, perennials, roses, shrubs and specialty containers at The Flower House Garden Center.

Our staff does a fantastic job of putting together both conventional and intriguing, unique combinations in planters and hanging baskets, as well as helping you design your own.

Judy loves pouring over new catalogs and researching new varieties. We carry a nice variety of the standard bedding plants such as Rocky Mountain Geraniums, and Wave Petunias, but love to spice it up with great new colors, such as the vibrant new SkyScraper Orange Salvia and other out-of-the-ordinary varieties.

Vegetables are old, yet new. Everyone loves a tomato, but there are so many new and exciting varieties and ways to grow your own, such as in raised beds and containers. Check out our newly developed varieties for growing on your patio as well as flavorful heirlooms!

Perennials are a specialty at The Flower House Garden Center. We do our best to ensure that the species and varieties we carry are hardy in our area. As with the annuals, our selection includes a combination of tried and true varieties and new developments. Keep in mind that what survives your zone 3/4 garden may not have the same winter experience in your neighbor’s garden. That is why we push the boundaries with some plants, but not with others.

You will find a wide selection of Canadian roses (our favorites!), as well as several hydrangea varieties from which to choose. In addition, we carry a few other shrubs such as lilacs.

What was old, is new again. Houseplants are back in high demand! Make your indoor living space both healthy and stylish by incorporating easy to grow plants into your everyday decor. Add wellness to your space by growing plants such as Aleo Vera, sanseveria, dracena varieties, and the zz plant. These are all great choices if you are looking for something to help purify the air, increase humidity, and keep your air temps in a good range. You can also find timeless plants such as ferns, philodendrons, and peperomias.


2 thoughts on “Plants

  1. Will you be open Saturday June 23rc in the afternoon? My parents are visiting from Connecticut and they love flowers!

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