Corner Store Nursery in Glenwood
Our nursery at the corner of Franklin and Glenwood Blvd. features large established trees, shrubs and vines plus fruit trees and palm trees to compliment the season. You will also find our most popular soils and mulch products, plus gardening accessories to make it easy to finish any gardening project.
Our nursery specializes in mature plants at the best price around… Everything we sell is 1 to 5 gallon containers and up to allow you to enjoy the fullness of a plant immediately; we want everyone to enjoy a beautiful flowering garden year round so drop by and see what we have to offer today.
Our Corner Store Nursery Features:
- Trees & shrubs; arborvitae, palm trees, maples and seasonal fruit trees and vegetable starts
- Plants and shrubs like hydrangeas, hibiscus and daphne
- Selection of soils like Nature’s Best and Super Natural
- Bark Mulch Products, like Bark O and Color Rich Red Mulch
- Rock and gravel like Round River Rock, Quarry Rock and Cobblestone
- Firewood (call for availability)
- Misc. Accessories like gloves, buckets and bagged products
See our PRICE LIST page for a complete list of bulk products available at the Nursery!CURRENT PLANT INVENTORY & PRICING »
Plant of the Week
Raspberries are a delicious deciduous berry, with perennial roots and biennial canes. They can be prickly and need to be tamed.
Care and Growing:
Raspberries are best planted in their own garden zone, as they like to spread their underground roots and pop up in pathways and other surrounding spaces. Plant them 2-3 feet apart in well drained soil and tuck them in with compost, or mulch. Provide a support system such as fence posts with wire running between so they can be kept growing upright which will make for an easier harvest. A late winter pruning and perhaps a dose of liquid fertilizer in early spring is all they need to get growing.
Red, golden and black raspberries are all delicious. Some varieties are summer bearing, and some are ever bearing producing fruit well into fall.
Woody plants smaller than a tree and have several main stems arising at or near the ground.Shrubs
A woody perennial plant, typically grown for bearing seasonal fruit for eating.Fruit Trees
Plant that lives for more than two years; returning in the spring from their rootstock.
RAIN GARDEN PLANTS
Plants, trees and shrubs ideal for creating rain gardens for residential or commercial areas.Rain Garden Plants