Spring is coming!! I promise! With that being said, we will soon be looking for Oakland County nurseries and gardening centers, right? Well, I’m here to make it easy for you. I’m going to put a list of them here for you to bookmark so that you can come back and use them as you need. Let’s get started!
Oh, and you can click and drag this map as needed.
9779 Ford Rd, Superior Charter Twp, MI 48198
Lucas Nursery and Landscaping is a family-owned business since 1966 with 2 locations: Superior Township and Plymouth Michigan serving the western area of Southeastern Michigan: Plymouth, Canton, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Northville, Superior Township with quality nursery and greenhouse products, in addition to their full-service commercial and residential landscaping services.
7839 Curtis Rd, Northville, MI 48168
Willow Greenhouse is completely pesticide FREE. Rather than use harsh chemicals with possible toxic effects, they use beneficial bugs to take care of any bad bugs that come your way—thousands and thousands of beneficial bugs in fact! Nine different species; each one on a mission to fight a particular pest. They’re happy to tell you more and have you meet them. Their friendly ladybugs are everyone’s favorite!
3301 John R Rd, Troy, MI 48083 – Opens in April!
For 40 years, Telly’s Greenhouse has developed and prospered with their community. They grow their own annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables, bonsai, and roses each season. They are proud to offer a unique selection of these, as well as tropicals, houseplants, pottery, garden care products and more. Their experienced staff is dedicated to providing the right product and the right information for your gardening success.
Bordine’s of Rochester Hills
1835 S Rochester Rd, Rochester Hills, MI 48307
Bordine’s, the largest family-owned grower and retail Garden Center in Michigan, has been delighting customers with Bordine-grown plants for 80 years.
Go ahead and click on the map above for more listings and do call before visiting. Some of them have not opened as of yet, BUT preparing is key, right? 🙂