Summer HoursMonday - Saturday
10am to 5pm
Just for You!
Summer is officially here and as usual we won’t let the hot, humid weather slow us down at The Plant Kingdom. Annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, and houseplants will continue to arrive throughout the summer. Keep scrolling for fall arrivals.
Summer Arrivals Houseplants
fresh deliveries arrive weekly
fresh deliveries arrive weekly as available
Hardy Trees, Shrubs, Perennials and Groundcovers
will continue arriving throughout summer as available
*During the summer months availability of plants becomes somewhat limited as growers have sold out of their spring stock and are waiting to release their fall availability. This year’s summer availability will be ever more limited due to the increased demand our industry has been experiencing over this last year. In 2020, as people were confined to their homes due to the pandemic, the demand for ornamental trees and shrubs, houseplants, and gardening supplies increased dramatically.
At The Plant Kingdom, we source quality plants and materials from suppliers all over the country. Unfortunately, these nurseries and hardgood vendors have not been able to keep up with demand. Due to many factors out of our control, including shipping and transportation delays, we are experiencing shortages in all of the product lines we carry - plants, mulch, pots, tools, etc. Because of this we would recommend that if you see a plant or an item you like, buy it! It may not be available tomorrow. It could also be beneficial to be flexible if a particular variety of plant you’re looking for isn’t available and be willing to accept substitutions. We are doing our very best to keep The Plant Kingdom fully stocked with all of your favorite items, but we ask for your patience as we continue to make our way through this challenging season.
Fall ArrivalsMums & Fall Annuals
Early to mid August
Fall Vegetable Crops & Fall Seeds
Bulbs & Pansies
Locally Grown Pumpkins & Gourds
Mid to Late September
Hardy Trees, Shrubs & Perennials
will begin arriving in early September and continue through fall.