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Annuals, Herbs & Vegetables

Starting in early spring, John’s Country Nursery carries a great selection of annuals, herbs, and vegetables. From pansies to basil and tomatoes, we have everything for your garden. We also pride ourselves on offering our customers a wide variety of beautiful hanging baskets and planters.

Once frowned upon, smart gardeners know that planting annuals, herbs, and vegetables together is a great way to naturally control pests, boost pollination and provide color to your garden. Certain vegetables, such as onions, can help deter aphid attacks on plants like roses. Marigolds have the same effect and work well with tomato plants, fending off snails. Another good example might include placing petunias with beans to repel bean beetles.

Try these ideas for landscaping with herbs: Fill in empty spaces with parsley to add foliage interest. Basil can be tucked into the garden as an accent nearly anywhere. Thyme, mint, and oregano can all be used as ground covers in the flower garden. Many herbs have attractive flowers and fragrant foliage, which can be easily integrated into the garden such as lavender and bee balm.

Trees & Shrubs

Locally grown trees and shrubs are plentiful at John’s Country Nursery.

Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Junipers are just a few of our Evergreens. Deciduous Trees and Shrubs include: Dogwood, Crab Apple, Maple Trees, Rose of Sharon, Lilacs, Hydrangea, Viburnum, Roses and more. Fruit Trees and Bushes include: Apple, Pear, Plum, Peach, Blueberries, Raspberries, Black Berries and more.

If we don’t have the perfect tree or shrub for your project, we will do our best to find it for you.

Perennials

At John’s Country Nursery, we have hundreds of potted perennials for you to choose from.
From your grandmother’s favorites like Delphiniums and Peonies to the latest new and exciting cultivars,
you are sure to find a multitude of hardy, healthy perennials to meet your needs.

Shop John’s Country to get quality flowers and vegetables for your home.

Quality

Quality

Variety

Variety

Education

Education

Ideas

Ideas

“You have to get up and plant the seed and see if it grows, but you can’t just wait around, you have to water it and take care of it.”
–Bootsy Collins

Have a question? We’re here to help!