***Winter Indoor Farmer's Market, Saturdays 10a-2p*** This Saturday 3/7/15: Bernie's Baked Goods, Bright Hope Farm - Honey, Cheryl Albert, Field of Dreams Farm and Produce, Gatewood Farms - Beef, Kayleidoscope, Mardelian Farms - Fresh Eggs, Real Country Sausage, Ron's Purpose, Sister Talia's Naturals, Sweet Temptations by Teresa, Tater Dave's Bakery, Unkol Chucks Brunswick Stew and Wandering Cow Farm... Buy Fresh, Buy LOCAL!


Weekly tips from our very own Mark Landa are featured on WRIC 8, Great Gardens, every Saturday morning 6:40 & 8:40 a.m

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Local, Family Owned/Operated Garden Center located in South Chesterfield, Virginia.  Specializing in nursery stock, organic herbs, annuals/perennials, exotic water gardens, wine/gift shop, and a full service florist.  We stock Virginia First products including food items that are featured in our gourmet cafe!

2100 Ruffin Mill Road, South Chesterfield, VA 23834, 804-526-4000

Store Hours

Mon-Sa- 10:00:00 am-5:00 pm
Sunday- 12:00-4:00 pm
Cafe hours
Mo-Fr- 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

News & Updates

Latest Articles


We’re very excited about one of the newer trends… vermicomposting, otherwise known as worm composting! This simple process mixes food scraps with yard waste and other organic materials in an enclosed area containing specific types of worms. Continue reading

Seven Top Trees for Multi-Season Interest

Obviously, we love trees. What’s not to love about a tree? As they grow, their photosynthesis removes and stores CO2, thus maintaining a safe oxygen level for us. Additionally, they provide beauty in our gardens and parks. Many provide shade, fruit, syrup, nesting places, animal refuge, even the subject for poems! Continue reading

Worm-Casting Tea

Perhaps you used compost tea on your plants and saw the amazing effect it had. (If you haven’t, you should try it and then you’ll see it… promise!) However, if you think your plants loved their compost tea, try giving them a drink of worm casting tea. No, it’s not the liquid dripping from the bottom of an elevated worm bin. Continue reading