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Since 1919 (That's 99 Years Ago!)

Welcome to Bloomington Garden Center and Landscape Company. We’re a family-owned business that's firmly planted in Bloomington, Minnesota. In fact, we've been around since 1919. That was the year World War One ended. And the year women got the vote with the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. Today, we are the oldest business in the city of Bloomington.

Ready for Spring?
At Bloomington Garden Center, we’re always ready for spring. Even when there’s snow on the ground and the temperature drops below zero. If you're ready, so are we. Stop on by!

New Annuals for 2018
Check out our new annuals for 2018:

  • Eucalyptus
  • Prince Tut Grass
  • Beedance Red and Beezar Funny Honey Bidens
  • Candy Shop Sweet Dream and Blue Moon Calibrachoa
  • Popcorn Plant (Cassia)
  • Astra Orange Sunrise, Bright Lights Yellow and Zion Cooper Amethyst Osteospermum
  • Night Sky and Pink Sky Petunia
  • Lemon, Lime Basil
  • Lemon Balm
  • Stevia

    And don't forget:
  • Tomatoes and Peppers (Sweet & Hot Varieties)
  • Daylillies, Black-eyed Susans, Daisies
  • Zinnias, Marigolds, Geraniums, Vincas
  • Specialty annuals to fill your decorative pots
  • Hanging baskets and Pretty Pots

And remember: any time is a good time to think about landscaping and planting trees!
Our Facebook page has photos of all the pretty plants. Take a look!

Everything You Need (Sort Of)
Along with annuals and perennials, we have a wide selection of plants, shrubs and trees. We also offer custom landscaping and design services—and expert advice. In fact, pretty much everything you need to survive except for food, shelter, clothing and TV. But we can help with those, too. Come visit us today!



2018 HOURS

In September, the garden center is only open Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.




Floyd always went to Bloomington Garden Center in the spring to find new ways to jump-start his garden.