Bareroot Days

2024 Update coming soon...

Thursday, Friday & Saturday, April 27th - 29th ~ 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Shopping for good deals
Shopping for Good Deals

Greenhouses are open for shopping
Greenhouses are Open for Shopping

Pansies and Violas on Display
Pansies and Violas on Display

Thousands of Blooms
Thousands of Blooms

Hanging Baskets
Hanging Baskets

Early Spring Bloomers
Early Spring Bloomers

Virginia Bluebells
Virginia Bluebells

Spring tulips
Spring Tulips

The 2023 season gets going with our three-day Bareroot Sale.

We are looking forward to seeing you all again!

As always, during this sale, all bareroot nursery stock is sold at 25% off the regular potted price. The sale includes most of our ornamental trees, fruit trees and shrubs. In addition, some of our small fruits and roses come bareroot and are also 25% off the regular price.

We have found that bare root plants thrive when planted in the cool spring weather. They are also much easier to handle than container grown plants!

They can be stored safely for at least a week, provided they are kept moist and cool. Please ask our staff for more care information and for our handouts, which we hope you will find very useful. Our staff is available to answer any additional questions on planting and pruning, or choosing the right plants for your location.

For highlights and details on some of the new 2023 varieties, please refer to our plant catalog for photos and a complete listing.

In addition to the wide selection of bareroot plants, there are many trees and shrubs that are available in containers only. These include all evergreens and a few other trees and shrubs. In the catalog, any nursery item listed without a “Ct” in the column will be available on Bareroot Days. After April 30th, everything will be potted up into containers.

Even though it may still be a little cool outside, the greenhouses are already full. New plants are making their debuts. We can’t wait for you to see these new varieties in different colors, and with improved hardiness, garden performance, better disease resistance and more controlled growing habits. We think you will fall in love. If you purchase a plant for home, just be aware that it may need to be kept in a warm area until the danger of frost has passed.