Under the Governor’s executive order and as an agriculture-based business, we are still operating and open for business Tuesday - Saturday from 11am to 4pm for in-store shopping and 10am to 5pm for curbside order pickup.
Delivery services are also available.
We are committed to providing you with the top quality customer service you are used to from our team, but our priority at the moment is safety--yours and our employees’. To protect you and our staff, we have implemented temporary changes to our operations, effective immediately.
Most of our inventory is now online
Click the categories below to browse what we have available. These lists are updated frequently to reflect changing availability and new arrivals.
HOUSEPLANTS & TROPICALS
VEGGIES, HERBS, AND FRUITS
PERENNIALS & GROUNDCOVERS
MULCH & SOIL
We also have a large selection of tools, pots, statuary, fountains, fertilizers, insecticides, herbicides, critter repellents, and much more.
For inventory questions:
If you still have questions after checking our lists, please send us an email
or message us on Instagram
, where we also regularly share pictures of our exciting new arrivals and sale items. At this time, because of high call volume to coordinate curbside pickup, we cannot answer inventory questions by phone.
For advice specific to you and your garden:
We are proud of our knowledgeable and friendly team of horticulturists and staff, and we love helping you decide which plants would thrive in your garden. At this time, if you have more complicated questions or need some of our great advice, please email us
instead of coming to our store. Include your name, phone number, and questions (or pictures, if applicable), and we will call or email you back as soon as we can.
Ready to place your order? You have options!
1. Online ordering for curbside pickup or delivery:
Send us your order, including exact variety, size, and quantity (by using our inventory list above) to email@example.com
or @tpklovesplants on Instagram
. Include your pickup preference--we offer free curbside pick-up or low-cost delivery to your home--and your phone number so that we can give you a call when your order is ready. Please be patient as we are expecting a very high call, email, and Instagram volume at this time, but generally, orders placed before 12 p.m. are available for same-day pickup and orders placed after 12 p.m. are available the next business day. Mulch and soil orders exceeding 10 bags will be next business day pick up. We can collect payment over the phone when we call to let you know when your order is ready or in-store at the time of pick-up. Note: we will only hold orders without payment until the end of day.
2. Limited in-store shopping (no in-store browsing):
We will only be allowing 3 serious customers into our store at a time, individual shoppers only, no groups. Please arrive prepared by using our inventory lists above.
Thank you for your continued support of the Plant Kingdom and other small businesses in Louisville, especially during these challenging and uncertain times. Happy spring and stay well!
Just for You!
Spring Arrival Calendar Houseplants
fresh deliveries arrive weekly - usually Wednesday
Spring Crops, Pansies and Spring Annuals
fresh deliveries will continue throughout March
Hardy Trees, Shrubs, & Groundcovers
have begun to arrive and will continue throughout spring
Hardy Perennials & Herbs
will arrive weekly on Fridays beginning mid-March
Hardy & Tropical Bonsai
first delivery - early to mid-April
Summer Vegetables, Herbs, Annuals, & Tropicals
first delivery - mid to late April
first delivery - early to mid-May
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.