Fall Bedding Plants

Bedding plants for late summer and fall have arrived: color, veggies and perennials!

mum-closeupGarden Mums

For great fall color, we have hundreds of garden mums in stock ready to bloom.

The bonus? They’re perennials!

Have you tried Cool Wave Pansies?

Cool Wave Pansies at Trinity NurseryThey are a great trailing style perfect for spreading in the garden or hanging from baskets and pots.

Phenomenal Lavender is a very attractive rebloomer which is very cold hardy and quite fragrant.

Cool-season veggiesHow about a fall vegetable garden?

The same plants we grow in the cool spring also do great in the cool fall.

Choose from broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale and lettuce, to name a few.


Are you looking to add to your perennial garden? They are cold-hardy, so will survive our winters just fine. Plant them this fall for bigger, bloomier plants next season.

Check out our Fall Gardening Calendar for more seasonal gardening ideas and tips.

Store Hours

Thanks to you all for making this another wonderful spring! Now it’s time to get out and enjoy the fruits of all your hard work in the garden.

With the coming of summer, our store hours go back to normal: closing at 4 pm on Saturday, and closed on Sunday.

We will also be closed July 4-6 so staff can spend the holiday weekend with friends and family.


Store hours

Mother’s Day Beauty

Treat your Mom to a special day Sunday, May 11 — bring her into the nursery for a stroll amid lovely plants and our garden-inspired gift shop. (We’ll be open normal Sunday hours, 10 to 4.) She may even pick out her own Mother’s Day gift!

trinity-nursery-rhodie-pinkIf you’re looking for some gift ideas, we can suggest:

  • Color bowls
  • Hanging baskets
  • Rose bushes
  • Beautiful Rhododendrons
  • Dish gardens
  • African Violets
  • House plants

This time of year, there are many plants in bud and bloom including:

  • Dogwoodstrinity-nursery-sunflower
  • Rhododendrons
  • Roses
  • Azaleas
  • Spiraea — many kinds
  • Sunflowers
  • Dahliettas
  • Impatiens
  • Begonias

And new arrivals? Several times each week this time of year! Here are some of the latest:

trinity-nursery-pelargoniumSpecialty plants = tons of color

  • Purple Fountain Grass
  • Lantana
  • Bacopa
  • Calabracoa
  • Fuchsias
  • Geraniums
  • New varieties of Coleus, Petunias, Zinnias and more

April Arrivals

It’s a great time of year to be in the nursery. Stop in anytime just to take in the beauty of these plants!

lilacs-and-birdbathdogwood-pinkhanging-basketIn Bud and Bloom:

  • Dogwoods–many colors
  • Wisteria
  • Lilacs–many colors
  • Jupiter’s beard and many other perennials
  • Peonies
  • Flowering Crabapple
  • Flowering Cherries
  • Azaleas–both re-bloomers and deciduous

New Arrivals:

  • Beautiful hanging baskets
  • Huge selection of house plants
  • Strawberries in 6-packs
  • Calibracoa
  • Bacopa
  • Geraniums
  • Alstromeria
  • Lavender–many varieties
  • Scented geraniums
  • Seed potatoes–restocked for the last time this season
  • Color bowls
  • African violets
  • Wave petunias
  • Ferns
  • Many new perennials

See you soon, and happy planting!

Veggie Land is Open!

Veggie Land is open and quickly filling up with tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, cucumbers and all of your favorite summer vegetables and herbs, herbs, herbs!
Seasoned Trinity gardeners know that it may still be too early to put these tender veggie and herb starts in the garden unprotected, but that’s why we carry Season Starter water walls, Grow It Now plant protectors, and other products to help protect your plants against the harm of spring frosts. Check out our Protecting Frost-Sensitive Plants article or stop in the nursery for more details.

We have many certified organic, open pollinated and hybrid varieties to chose from, but if you’re looking for a special variety for your veggie garden and we don’t have it in stock, please ask! We’ll do our best to find it for you.

The Crew’s Been Busy

We’re busy at the nursery receiving several deliveries each week. Here’s a look at some new arrivals!

After enjoying these pictures, make sure to check out the list of other new arrivals at the end of this post.

Garden-Inspired Gifts: New hats, solar-powered lights and yard art, bird feeders and wind chimes. Did someone ask for chickens? No feeding required for our cute feathered–or metal or resin–friends!

Perennials: Six-pack to gallon-sizes in stock. Ground covers, too.

Dry Goods and Fertilizers:
Some new, some back in stock.

  • Black Owl Biochar
  • Organic Buffalo Compost
  • Water Wands
  • Liquid Bone Meal
  • Liquid Calcium
  • Liquid Kelp

Veggie Gardening:

  • Organic Fingerling Potatoes — yum!
  • Tomato Cages in many colors and sizes

Spring Plant Showcase

We have received some really exciting and spectacular plants over the past few weeks. So spectacular, we think they deserve to be profiled in our 2014 Spring Plant Showcase. You know what they say … “A picture is worth a thousand words,” so we recommend you click on the images below to view larger versions.

2014 spring plant showcase flyer, pg 1     2014 spring plant showcase flyer, pg 2

We hope you enjoy this showcase selection of new and exciting plants we think you’ll love! They all have unique characteristics and are cold-hardy. We have many more gorgeous plants than we can showcase here, so please stop in the nursery to see them all!

If you would like to download your very own pdf copy of our 2014 Plant Showcase for printing, click here. We’ve even included a few words highlighting some of their special features.


New Arrivals

Glazed PotteryHave you seen the new pottery in the nursery?

This is just one of many shipments we have received over the past few weeks.

Others include:

  • Bareroot Strawberries: make sure to ask us about the best way to plant them
  • Garden-inspired Gifts
  • Beneficial Insects: Ladybugs and Praying Mantis
  • Tomato Starts??? We know you know, but we have to say it anyhow: don’t forget the frost protection!


Beneficial Insects

LadybugLadybugs and praying mantis are gardeners’ friends. They are called “beneficial insects” because they help control–by eating!–other pest insects in our gardens.

We carry live ladybugs that can be released directly into your garden. Ask us how you can help make sure they stay nearby rather than flypraying-mantis-away-home!

The praying mantis come as an egg sac that you place in your garden. Wait and watch as small, hungry praying mantis emerge to help you control your pest insect populations.

Either insect–or both–is a fun and effective way to manage pests the natural way!