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Shopping with Us  (Sales/appointments for 2024 will be announced soon)

We sell plants at special events (listed on home page) and by appointment only.  We will do our best to be available when you want to shop.  To reach us, you can call and leave a message at 937-548-1948, text a message to 937-239-5131 or email us at

Our list is updated as inventory changes.  So check back occasionally.

If there is something particular that you would like us to carry, we are interested in hearing about it, please let us know under the contact us area.

To see what we currently have available, go to the Available Plants tab.  It will show a picture of the plants and some details.  The majority of our plants are in either round or square 4" & 4.5" pots.  All 4" - 4.5" pots are priced at $7 each or 5 for $32.50.  We will have a few select plants in half gallon sized pots or larger, those plants are priced at $12-$40 each. (tax is not included)


We encourage you to do additional research on plants you may be interested in, as we are only able to note some details here.  We have found that Illinois Wildflowers is the most comprehensive place to find details on plants, especially what insects and other wildlife use them and highly recommend their site for more education on specific plants.  Their website is

Another important note-gardening pots are NOT recyclable.  Please help us keep them out of the landfill by returning any undamaged pots and we will gladly reuse them.  

Come to Greenville and make a day of it! 

There are many fun things to do in Greenville.  The Garst Museum is in town which has the National Annie Oakley Center among many other great exhibits.  A few miles down the road from us is Annie Oakley's gravesite.  The Winery at Versailles is on your way there.  There are several nice shops in downtown Greenville to visit and eateries as well.  You can always stop and get a Maid-Rite sandwich, Greenville is well known for those!  Bear's Mill and Darke Co Parks to explore!. To help plan your day visit

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