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Garden Centers Charlotte

DearnessFlowerGarden Centers in Charlotte are gearing up for spring planting season. Although Charlotte might still see snow this year, many Charlotteans are ready for spring to appear. In fact, most home gardeners are already making plans for their spring planting at the end of February and early March.

The Charlotte area is overflowing with fabulous garden centers and great gardening resources as well. Some of Charlotte100Best picks for local garden centers and gardening resources are below.

DearnessSignBy far, our favorite nursery is Dearness Gardens in Huntersville. This garden center is filled to the brim with everything to complete your landscaping needs. An enormous selection of trees, plants, shrubs can be found here, and the knowledgeable staff make selections easy. A multitude of statuaries, planters, water features and other garden accents are all available for purchase. Landscape consultation, design and installation services are also available.

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If you want to add a water feature to your landscape, be sure to head up to WhiteHouse Gardens in Cornelius. With the largest selection of fountains, statues and planters in the Charlotte area, you are sure to find the perfect piece to complement your landscape design. We love this place so much, this is our second mention! Read our original review here.

 

Within the Charlotte city limits, we have several nurseries that we love to frequent:

Rountree Plantation Greenhouse & Garden Center 
You can always find a great selection of standard annuals as well as some of the newest and more difficult to find varieties. Also offers a selection lawn products, tools, gloves and accessories.

 

Blackhawk Garden Center
Part of Blackhawk Hardware, this garden center boasts a staff who are passionate and knowledgeable about plant care. Top-quality Monrovia plants, shrubs and trees are available as well as specialty gift items.

 

Southern Styles Nursery
The spacious grounds of Southern Styles Nursery offer a wide variety of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, and Japanese Maples. Design help is available on site at no charge.

 

If you live in south Charlotte, you will find great resources, too!

Pike Nursery
Located in Ballantyne, this nursery has a wide selections of annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees, and ferns.

 

Pine Lake Nursery
Located in Matthews with over 5 acres of plant material to choose from, Pine Lake is one of the largest retail nurseries in the Piedmont area of North Carolina. Landscape design and installation is available.

 

In addition to Dearness Gardens in north Charlotte,

Turtle Creek Nursery
Located in Davidson, this nursery has an abundance of landscaping trees, shrubs and plants for homeowners. Delivery is available to the local area.

 

If you want to learn more about sustainable gardening, or simply want tips on how to create a food producing garden, as well as techniques for preserving what you’ve grown, check out the 2015 Sustainable Living Series from Mecklenburg Family and Consumer Sciences and Mecklenburg Extension Master Gardeners.

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