New spring plants arriving daily!
Edible cold crop plants including mixed greens, single variety lettuces, cabbages, and kales are all available! Pansys to brighten your entryway have arrived. If there is a hard-frost predicted, be sure to cover your newly installed plants.
Annuals and Perennials? What’s the difference?
This article provides valuable information about the differences between annual and perennial plants!
Easter Plants available in Mid April!
Come see our selection of locally grown easter plants to decorate your home!
Welcome to the new pvnpaxton.com!
Welcome to our new website! Check back here for news and updates!
Dyed Mulch- Why We Don’t Sell It
There are numerous reasons why we don’t recommend to use dyed mulches in the landscape. Aside from looking artificial here are a few more: Origin of Dyed Mulch Dyed mulches (black, red, green and other colors) are usually (with few exceptions) made up of recycled wood...
Hydrangeas, Tulips, and Easter Lilies
Locally grown easter plants are here welcoming spring!
Order your Custom Wreaths and Pick out your Christmas Tree!
Hank's been making handmade wreaths and roping around the clock, and Diane and Caroline are busy making bows. Come join us to sip some cider and pick out your Christmas tree! We're taking orders for custom decor!!
Planting Season is Here!
The full moon has passed, and planting season is at its peak! All of our annuals and perennials are in. Come in and see our selection! Be sure to check out our fine assortment of vegetables while they last!
Open for Season! 4/7/2014
Spring flowers, tools, grass seed, bark mulch, loam available! Now Open 7 Days Per Week!!!
Best Garden Center!
Asian Longhorned Beetle Update
Check out this update on the Asian Longhorned Beetle issued by the Town of Paxton.
Replacing Storm-Damaged Trees
The ice storm of December 2008 took our community by surprise and left a wake of damaged and broken trees. Consider installing small new trees next to older specimens to mitigate the mess! Tree species vary in their resistance to ice accumulation. A tree's...