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This labor of love is 240 pages of perennials, trees, shrubs, roses, grasses, small fruits, miniatures and more. The catalog does not include annuals at this time.

We created this catalog for YOU, our customers. It will be a terrific research tool. Every plant includes a description, picture and many include planting and care information. You can browse each page or flip to a certain section, print pages or share with your friends! 

Only some of the plants listed are available now but as the weeks go on and the weather begins to warm up, plant availability will grow.

Click the image below to start your journey. 

For full size catalog, click the fullscreen button, next to the zoom button, on the bottom of the catalog.  Press escape key to come back to the website.

  A weekly blog from Tom Dayton....
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April 21, 2017
The second half of April at the nursery is an even faster ramp up of activities as the perennial house and annual flower houses must be readied for opening at the end of the month.  Then too is the receipt of tropical plants from Florida that require almost everyday watering plus the at least 2 initial successive treatments to eliminate or at least check the “Florida bugs” so that they are not present on the plants when they are purchased and to eliminate the possibility that they will contaminate the flowers and vegetable plants grown in the greenhouses over the winter.

For other business, the receipt and then potting of thousands of small shrubs from Michigan must be accomplished so that stock will be available later in the summer and next year.  Some of the small shrubs will be continually repotted into bigger containers in order to achieve larger finished sizes which might extend over a 3 year period!   Read entire blog entry...



The cutest little plants for the littlest of garden! Check out our selection of little trees, shrubs and plenty of ground huggers to add to your fairy, gnome and railway gardens. Be sure to check the tag as some are for sun, shade, hardy and non-hardy.




What a neat plant! These little plants can go just about anywhere... on a desk, in a terrarium, in a glass globe or even hanging from just about anything! Water once weekly and that's about it!

Care info straight from the grower



This beauty is brand new for us this year. The clear pink, almost inflorescent blooms appear in mid-spring in abundance on a dwarf growing evergreen plant growing to 3-4' tall and wide. As always, be sure to plant in a well-drained area amended with pre-moistened peat moss.



APR 12- Apply Greenview Crabgrass Preventer
APR 13
- Apply Preen to landscape beds if not done yet
4 -Apply Speed Zone to lawns to control weeds
7 -Plant blueberries for fruit AND landscape beauty
8 -Plant cold-hardy veggies such as cabbage, brussels sprouts & broccoli
9 -Install peony ring to garden peonies
20 -Top dress perennial beds with a thin layer of Sweet Peet
21 -Plant first batch of sweet corn & beans
22 -Earth Day!
24 -Start applying Neem Oil & Bi-Carb to roses for black spot control
27 -Start harvesting rhubarb by pulling off the stalks
28 -Bring in your own jug for free fertilizer


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  Stop flipping through garden and plant books!  Use our always updated plant encyclopedia to easily find plant names, descriptions, flower color, bloom time, pruning information, fertilizing information, insect & disease control, and much more!  All plants listed are only those you can find at our nursery, assuring you healthy, zone 5 hardy plants.




  Looking for information on what fertilizers to pick, how to fertilize your lawn or what soil supplements to add?  Check out these new links:

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Disease Control
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Pest Control (moles, ground hogs, deer, squirrels, etc)



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