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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 January 26th, 2018. Our greenhouse plants turn over quickly, and we receive new shipments several times per week in peak 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 – green, purple
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts – green, red
  • Cauliflower
  • Cabbage – Early Jersey, Megaton, Stonehead, Rio Verde, Red Head, OS Cross
  • Collards – Georgia Southern
  • Kale – Dinosaur, Red Russian, Curly
  • Kohlrabi – green
  • Lettuce – mix, black-seeded Simpson, buttercrunch, red romaine, others
  • Spinach
  • Swiss Chard
  • Allium family – garlicshallots; supersweet bulbing onion sets; red, white, and yellow onion sets for scallions; yellow vidalia-type sweet onion plants; candy onion plants (red, white & yellow)
  • Irish Potatoes – Yukon Gold, Pontiac Red, Kennebec White, Adirondack Red (red flesh), Adirondack Blue (blue flesh); Fingerlings – French, Russian Banana, Magic Molly (purple flesh)
  • Strawberry Plants – Sweet Charlie (June-bearer), bare-root bundles of 25 plants

  • Lavender – French, Grosso
  • Mint – chocolate, KY Colonel, orange
  • Rosemary
  • Sage – purple, tricolor, golden
  • Thyme


Fruit Plant Availability

Fall 2017 plants arrived 9/14/17. List last updated 2/7/18.

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
  • Arkansas Black
  • Granny Smith
  • Red Delicious
  • Yellow Delicious


  • Desirable
  • Kiowa
  • Oconee
  • Stuart


  • Black Mission
  • Brown Turkey
  • Celeste
  • Chicago Hardy
  • Italian Honey
  • LSU Purple
  • Magnolia


  • Callaway


  • Asian:
  • 20th Century
  • Hosui
  • Korean Giant
  • Chojuro
  • Shinko
  • Bartlett
  • Kiefer
  • Moonglow


  • Alice
  • Baldwin
  • Brightwell
  • Climax
  • Delite
  • Powderblue
  • Premier
  • Tifblue
  • Pink Lemonade (Pink Fruit)


  • Arapaho
  • Kiowa
  • Navajo
  • Triple Crown
  • Fall Gold
  • Heritage
  • Mysore
  • Nova
  • Tulameen


  • Salavatski
  • Wonderful


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


  • *best to have two for pollination
  • Fuyu
  • Jiro
  • Matsumoto

Specialty Trees

  • Goji Berry
  • Meyer Lemon Trees *more coming in springtime

Bare-Root Strawberry Bundles (25 plants/bundle)- Sweet Charlie, June-bearer