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The urge to get out and garden is strong for many, and indeed, going about the basic operations of a garden can be a conundrum. So where do you go to get your garden started? The good news is that there are plenty of options right here in Michigan. So settle in, sharpen your trowel, and check out the list of 10 great garden centers in Michigan! Described as the largest locally-owned garden center in Michigan, Holland's Jonkers Garden offers fully 16 greenhouses packed full of material. That by itself is no shortage of greenhouse space, but when you throw in the statuary, the pottery, the planters, fountains and other items available, you'll find a lot of what you want is located at Jonkers.
English Gardens Detroit MI area nurseries & garden centers are not only the areas largest garden nurseries, but they offer the largest selection of products and services found anywhere in the Clinton Twp., Dearborn Heights, Royal Oak, West Bloomfield, Eastpointe, and Plymouth Ann Arbor Michigan regions providing full service garden centers, full service landscaping and landscape design, seasonal holiday stores including their enchanting Christmas Stores, and most locations even offer a full service in house florist for flower arrangements for every day as well as those special occasions such as wedding flowers, event flowers, sympathy and funeral flower arrangements, prom flowers, and more!
Michigan West Shore Nursery was established in 1960. 2020 marks 60 years that we have been supplying horticulture products to Retailers, Landscapers, and Independent Garden Centers. Along with our growers, we are committed to quality and innovation to provide the best product to our customers. Our growers are family owned and operated in Western Michigan. We offer a wide selection of Annuals, Perennials, Mums, Holiday Flowers, Nursery Stock, and Christmas Trees. Click Here to view the products and varieties we have to offer.One rose. It was the only plant the former owners of my Michigan home asked to take with them when I moved in around May 2005. The rose had once belonged to his mother and now it was moving halfway across the country to find a new place in their (Source: www.gardencrossings.com)