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Friday, July 18, 2014

Winston-Salem, NC Garden Nursery Reviews (Zone 7)

If you are gardening in Winston-Salem, here are some nurseries that I have used and found really good. 

House of Plants,  Small selection of annuals and perennials but high quality; also have one of the best selections of clay pots, bird baths, benches, etc. Lovely gift shop and indoor house plants too.

Reynolda Nursery and Landscaping, 5353 Reynolda Road, west of the intersection of Reynolda and Shattalon (where Old Town School is). Go past the road to Bethania and continue up the hill. Nursery is on the right. High quality plants and large selection; includes a shop for tools etc.

Frank's Perennials.  1744 W. Clemmonsville Rd. 650-111Excellent nursery for perennials.  Good prices.


Shouse's Nursery, Reynolda Road about half mile on right after intersection of Yadkinville and Reynolda. Has basic annuals and some perennials, shrubs and trees. Knowledgeable staff.

Farmstead Nursery. Corner of PeaceHaven at Robinhood. Good selection of annuals and perennials. Seasonal. Spring and summer only. Is closed until next spring (April).


L.A. Reynolds. Biggest nursery in Winston-Salem. Has wide variety of good quality flowers, shrubs and trees, including good selection of roses. Includes many pots, soils, mulches, etc. also.
Styers Ferry Road. Prices are higher but quality is good.


Myers Nursery. Stratford Road just northwest of intersecton with Stratford Rd. and Jonestown Rd. Small and diverse nursery. Very knowledgeable and friendly staff. Some vegetables they have been grown from seed. Very reasonable prices.

Mitchell's Nursery (King).  Excellent. 1088 W. Dalton Rd., King, NC. 983-4107. One of the best in our area.  Go up HWY 52 and take King Exit. Stay on Main Street until intersection with W. Dalton Rd. Turn left.  At least 2-3 miles.

Best selection of vegetable flats but also sell trees, shrubs, annuals and perennials.


If you have others to add, please let me know. I can assist you in choosing plants and/or determining which plants are best suited for your situation. Ellen

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