For gardening and landscaping success, look no further than Flowerland’s Garden Essentials. Maintaining your yard doesn’t have to be difficult, and creating your own beautiful space can be positively enjoyable!
This category includes everything from functional products like hoses and sprinklers to decorative pottery and fashionable gardening apparel. Shop online for an abbreviated selection, then shop our 3 locations for so much more!
As always, our knowledgeable and friendly staff can help you select the products you need.
Your pots and planters can reflect your style. They can be functional and unique at the same time. Flowerland offers an incredible selection of ceramic pottery, as well as plastic, clay, resin, cocoa fiber and lightweight pots. In addition, we carry plant stands and plant hangers, so that your plants can be successful in just the right location.
Great gardens start with great tools, because quality tools can make gardening easier and more enjoyable. We carry quality tools for your budget, and can offer sound advice on how to use them.
Find function and style when shopping from our selection of traditional tomato cages and shepherd’s rods, as well as artistic trellises and obelisks.
Summers can include long dry spells here in Michigan, so be prepared with hoses and sprinklers that work best for your needs. Keeping your plants and lawn irrigated can happen with as little hassle as possible.
Decorative or functional, or both!
Time and attention now can save time and attention later. DIY projects with these garden essentials save money too!
Too many items to list online, but our stores carry kneeling pads, plant labels, soil tests, and so much more.
Gloves, hats, and garden shoes can make gardening easier and more comfortable, regardless of the weather.
For starting seeds indoors, as well as growing plants inside, we have the containers, soil amendments, and lighting options for successful growth even in the cold Michigan winter. 7 Essentials for Seed Starting Success
Garden seeds are available already in the winter months, so you can get a head start on your garden, and dig in once the weather warms up. Starting from Seed