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Greenhouse Plant Availability

  • Veggies
  • Herbs
  • Flowers

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Fruit Plant Availability

  • Fruit Trees
  • Specialty Trees

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Greenhouse Plant Availability

These are the varieties we had in stock at last inventory on February 6th, 2019. Our greenhouse plants turn over quickly, and we receive new shipments most weeks in the planting season. We try to keep this list up to date, but it is not ‘live’ and we cannot guarantee that we will always have everything shown here.

Please give us a call 704-847-4088 if you are looking for a specific item, or just stop by and see us!


  • Bok Choy
  • Asparagus Crowns – Jersey Knight
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts – green, red
  • Cabbage – red, OS Cross, Early Jersey Wakefield, Stonehead
  • Cauliflower – white
  • Collards
  • Kohlrabi – green
  • Lettuce – Buttercrunch, Simpson, Romaine, Mesclun Mix, Bibb, others
  • Onion Sets (scallions)
  • Onion plants – Candy (bulbing)
  • Pac Choi
  • Seed Potatoes – Yukon Gold, Pontiac Red, Kennebec White, Adirondack Red, Adirondack Blue, Russian Banana Fingerling, French Fingerling, Magic Molly Fingerling
  • Shallots
  • Spinach
  • Strawberries – Camarosa (one plant per pot, bulk bundles not available this year – crop failures in Eastern NC due to record amounts of rainfall from September – January)
  • Swiss Chard

  • Lavender
  • Mint
  • Oregano – Greek
  • Parsley
  • Rosemary
  • Sage – Berggarten, Golden, Purple
  • Tarragon – French
  • Thyme – English, Silver, Golden Lemon, Creeping Lemon

  • Aquilegia (Columbine) – purple
  • Creeping Speedwell
  • Lithodora

Fruit Plant Availability

Our abundant selection of Fall 2018 fruit plants have arrived! Inventory updated on October 3rd.

We try to keep this list up to date, but please call if you are looking for specific varieties, as we sell out of some more quickly than others. We receive one to two shipments each fall, and so once a variety is sold out, we won’t get new ones until the following October.

The best time of year to plant fruit trees is in the fall and winter when the plants are dormant and have less transplant shock. If it’s April and we no longer have what you’re looking for, we really recommend waiting until the fall to make your purchase and plant your fruit.



  • Anna
  • Fuji
  • Gala
  • Yellow Delicious


  • none available this year


  • Brown Turkey
  • Celeste


  • Fuyu
  • Tanenashi


  • Parfianka


  • Brightwell
  • Climax
  • Delite
  • Premier
  • Tifblue


  • Kiowa
  • Ouachita
  • Triple Crown
  • Dorman Red
  • Fall Gold
  • Heritage


  • black and bronze varieties, self fertile unless otherwise noted
  • Carlos
  • Cowart
  • Doreen
  • Fry *bronze female
  • Jumbo *black female
  • Magnolia
  • Nesbitt
  • Triumph

Goji Berry

Specialty Trees

  • Elderberry
  • Meyer Lemon Trees