We're Here to Help You Grow the Garden of Your Dreams

Finding the right plant, placed in the right spot, requiring the right kind of care is our passion.

Shop at our garden center, schedule a Horticulture Consultation, ask for advice - we love plant talk!

Featured This Month

LettuceSeedPacket | Plant Kingdom

Economical Edible Gardening

Whether you are feeding just yourself or your entire family, our team is ready and looking forward to helping you grow a successful edible garden this year! One of the easiest and most economical ways to begin is by starting an edible crop from seed. Some seeds need to be started indoors weeks ahead of transplanting, while others can be sown directly into the soil outside. Each year our team carefully selects a collection of these “direct sow” seeds, saving you both time and money.

Now is the time to plant seeds of lettuce, kale, spinach, chard, carrots, peas, and radishes. These grow best in the cool weather of March, April, and May and can be planted in containers, ground beds, or raised beds. Want to skip the seeding step all together? Then check our our nice selection of locally grown spring crops sprouted and ready to be planted. Seed potatoes, onion and shallot sets, garlic, and asparagus crowns are scheduled to arrive in early March and should ideally be planted by mid-May.

If you need soil, we have organic potting soils for your containers as well as soil amendments, like worm castings and hen manure, for your raised and ground beds. Stop by soon to see our full collection of seeds, soils, seasonal transplants, tools, and supplies.

For more information on preparing your vegetable garden, visit our Monthly Tip & Contest page. While you’re there you can also enter to win $25 Plant Kingdom Gift Card.

Operating Hours

March Hours
beginning March 1st
Monday - Saturday 9am to 6pm

Sunday hours will resume in April.

Just for You!

Frost Free? You Decide…

According to the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration the estimated last day of freeze for Metro Louisville is April 1st – 15th; however, because we are in a “warm pocket” surrounded by “cooler counties” this puts us higher risk for a drop in temperature later that estimated. To read the full article, visit the NOAA website. The map you will see depicts the time of year, on average, that areas across the nation can expect to see their temperatures dip to 32°F or below for the last time. Use this information as a guide to plan your schedule for the garden this spring. You will need to take appropriate measures to protect any cold sensitive annuals, warm season vegetables, and houseplants taken outside from the potentially damaging frost or freezes we might see in the coming weeks.

Spring Arrival Calendar

fresh deliveries arrive every Wednesday or Thursday
Pansies & Spring Annuals
our first delivery has arrived and fresh deliveries will continue throughout March
Pottery & Garden Accents
our first shipment has arrived with more to come soon
Spring Crops, Onion Sets, Seed Potatoes, Garlic, Garden Seeds, & Supplies
have arrived!
Hardy Trees, Shrubs, & Groundcovers
have begun to arrive and will continue throughout spring
Hardy Perennials & Herbs
will arrive weekly on Fridays beginning March 22nd
Hardy & Tropical Bonsai
hardy Bonsai have arrived
tropical bonsai expected this week
Summer Vegetables, Herbs, Annuals, & Tropicals
mid to late April
Water Plants
early to mid-May

Yoga Cat