Annuals & Perennials

Create beauty in your yard with annuals and perennials! It does not need to be complicated. With our knowledgeable and experienced staff, you can know just what to grow in your space. In addition, our complete line of soils, fertilizers, and tools can help to make your garden a success. Shop our three convenient locations in Kentwood, Comstock Park, and Wyoming.

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Colorful annuals bring beauty and bloom all summer long. Start with cold-hardy pansies in April. Then summer annuals after the last frost in May. With water and fertilizer, you can enjoy them until the first frost in October!

In order to find the right plant for your space, shop our wide selection of annuals:

  • For sun or shade or anywhere in between
  • Hanging baskets
  • Pots for your deck or porch
  • Flats and trays for mass plantings
  • Climbing annuals
  • Colors to coordinate with any home
  • Many varieties of Proven Winners

For more ideas and information, see our blog posts “Extending the Bloom”, and more!

Vegetables & Herbs

Start your garden in April with cool season veggies like cauliflower, kale, and lettuce. Then, shop from our many varieties of peppers, tomatoes, melons and so much more. Because our growers supply us with the best varieties for our West Michigan area, you can enjoy home-grown goodness.

See our blog post “Secrets of Success” and Flowerland care sheets for more information.

Shop our greenhouses in the spring and summer for vegetables and herbs. Sorry, not available online.


Plant perennials to enjoy seasonal color year after year. They are also great for low maintenance landscaping and for hard-to-grow areas of your yard.

For instance, picture brightly blooming echinacea that also benefit birds, butterflies and bees. Or create a shady retreat using the many unique varieties of hosta that can grow under a canopy of trees.

  • For sun or shade or anywhere in between
  • Groundcovers like ivy, ajuga, lamium, pachysandra, vinca, and sedum
  • Ornamental grasses for texture, hardiness, and winter interest
  • From classic perennials to the newest varieties currently being developed

For further ideas for using perennials in your garden, see our blog posts. See “Pollinators” , “Adding Color”, and more!

Shop for perennials online: more available in-store in our greenhouses as selection changes often.