Cilantro - Greenhouse Details

Cilantro

Ageratum

Ageratum

Alyssum

Alyssum

Vigorous flowers with amazing fragrance
Angelonia

Angelonia

Argyranthemum

Argyranthemum

Bright daisy; blooms all summer. Heat tolerant.
Artemisia

Artemisia

Silver Mound, a low growing silver foliage ground cover.
Asparagus Fern

Asparagus Fern

Aster

Aster

Large bright flowers that attract butterflies
Baby's Breath

Baby's Breath

Classic flower displays many tiny cloud like blooms
Bacopa

Bacopa

Baptisia

Baptisia

False Indigo, a perennial with huge spikey flowers.
Basil

Basil

Basil

Genovese Basil - An Italian variety used for pesto and traditional Genovese sauce

Lemon Basil - Known for its strong lemon scent

Opal Basil - A dark colored basil known to retain its color and flavor better than other basils

Siam Queen Basil - More tender and intensely flavored than sweet basil

Spicy Globe - Like its name is spicy

Sweet Basil - Most popular

Bay

Bay

Dried leaves are used in soups and stews.
Begonia

Begonia

Easiest and most rewarding to grow in containers.
Bidens

Bidens

Beautiful trailing yellow flowers. Heat and drought resistant.
Black & Blue Salvia

Black & Blue Salvia

Truly vibrant cobalt blue hooded blossoms with contrasting black stems
Blackberry Bush

Blackberry Bush

Plant in full sun.
Blue Angel Hosta

Blue Angel Hosta

Large blue hosta with heart shaped leaves.
Blueberry Bush

Blueberry Bush

Plant blueberries in an acidic soil for best results. Plant with different variety of blueberries to receive a higher yield of fruit.
Boston Fern

Boston Fern

Many people think of the Boston Fern as the only fern available during the growing season. The Boston Fern is very popular and is commonly used as a hanging basket. This is not a perennial.
Buddy Purple

Buddy Purple

A small purple flower good for dry arrangements
Caladium

Caladium

Variegated leaves
Campanula

Campanula

Bell Flower, blooms June and July with deep blue flowers.
Cape Daisy

Cape Daisy

Vibrant sunflower-like flowers with silky silverish-gray foliage
Catnip (Perennial)

Catnip (Perennial)

Contains nepetalactone, a natural sedative that helps to relax and provide sleep; also provides relief from constipation and bloating.
Celosia

Celosia

Bright upright flowers on a bushy plant
Chives (Perennial)

Chives (Perennial)

Belongs to the onion family and is drought tolerant; use to flavor salads and soups.
Chives, Garlic

Chives, Garlic

Also in the onion family with a hint of garlic.
Christmas Fern

Christmas Fern

Great native evergreen fern for shaded areas. Deer resistant.
Cilantro

Cilantro

Used in salsa, guacamole and even stirfrys.
Cleome

Cleome

Coleus

Coleus

Multicolored leaves
Commercial Varieties

Commercial Varieties

These common everyday vegetables can be found in our 12,000 square foot greenhouse. We suggest an organic fertilizer such as Garden Tone to boost the produce yield.
Commercial Varieties

Bok Choy
Broccoli
Brussel Sprout
Cabbage
Cantalope
Cauliflower
Collards
Cucumber
Eggplant
Kale
Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Parsley
Pepper
Squash
Tomato
Watermelon

Cosmos

Cosmos

Lovely mix of flower colors that stay compact
Creeping Jenny

Creeping Jenny

Fast growing groundcover with bright yellow foliage
Cuphea

Cuphea

Cuphea

Cuphea

Curly Fries Hosta

Curly Fries Hosta

Looks like the name "Curly Fries".
Dahlia

Dahlia

Striking flowers on compact plant
Delphinum

Delphinum

Spikes of brightly colored flowers.
Diamond Frost

Diamond Frost

Has tiny delicate white flowers that stand above itself.
Dianthus

Dianthus

Colorful flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds
Diascia

Diascia

Dicentra

Dicentra

Bleeding Hearts, popular Spring bloomer of pink and white flowers.
Dichondra

Dichondra

Fast growing silver colored vine.
Dill

Dill

For pickling.
Dipladenia

Dipladenia

Dipladenia are closely related to the mandevilla but do not trail. They keep a bushy appearance throughout summer. Available in red or pink, white.
Double Impatiens

Double Impatiens

Carnation like flowers; grandma's favorite shade annual
Dusty Miller

Dusty Miller

Silvery leaves
Echinacea

Echinacea

Coneflower, long summer bloomer with a variety of flowers.
Euonymus

Euonymus

This groundcover takes some shade; deep green foliage turns rich reddish color during the cool season.
Fennal

Fennal

Has yellow flowers and is anise flavored.
Fern

Fern

A great shade plant with several different foliage varieties.
French Tarragon (Perennial)

French Tarragon (Perennial)

Distinctively flavored leaves with mint and anise taste that is complementary to seafood.
Fuchsia

Fuchsia

Multicolored trailing flowers
Gardenia

Gardenia

Grandma’s favorite, known for its fragrance.
Gaultheria Procumbens (Winterberry)

Gaultheria Procumbens (Winterberry)

This native evergreen groundcover produces edible foliage and small red berries.
Gazania

Gazania

Blooms open and closes to the light
Geranium

Geranium

Cranesbill, long summer bloomer in multiple of colors.
Ginko Craig Hosta

Ginko Craig Hosta

Narrow green foliage with a white edge.
Grape Vine

Grape Vine

Available in both seedless and seeded plants. Does not require pollinators.
Halcyon Hosta

Halcyon Hosta

A late blooming hosta with gorgeous heart shaped steel blue leaves.
Hanging Baskets

Hanging Baskets

Whether you need sun or shade loving hanging baskets, we got you covered. From simple one plant baskets to fancy multiple plants, see our large selection.
Hanging Baskets
  • Bacopa
  • Begonia
  • Fuschia
  • Geranium
  • New Guinea Impatiens
  • SunPatiens
  • Lobelia
  • Pansy
  • Petunia
  • Portulaca
  • Scaevola
  • Strawflower
  • Torenia
  • Verbena
Heirloom Vegetables

Heirloom Vegetables

Open-pollinated varieties that have been around a long time, some for generations. Although the shelf life of freshly picked heirloom vegetables are short and they are not as a consistent in producing as the commercial varieties, the flavor is well worth it.
Heirloom Vegetables

Straight Eight Cucumber

Black Beauty Eggplant

Walla Walla Onion

California Wonder Pepper
Ghost Pepper
Hungarian Hot Pepper
Sweet Banana Pepper

Black Krim Tomato
Brandywine Pink Tomato
Brandwine Red Tomato
German Johnson Tomato
Golden Jubilee Tomato
Great White Tomato
Green Zebra Tomato
Mr. Stripey Tomato
Roma Tomato
Rutgers Tomato
San Marzano Tomato

Heuchera

Heuchera

Coral Bells, shade plant with various colors in foliage.
Hibiscus

Hibiscus

This is a very easy tropical plant to add color to your patio. Hibiscus comes in two shapes: bush or tree. Canton Road Garden Center carries many colors and sizes of hibiscus.
Impatiens

Impatiens

Most popular of all shade annuals. Several varieties of different colored flowers.
Iris

Iris

Several varieties from Japanese Iris to Serbian Iris.
Isotoma

Isotoma

Beautiful upright grower with blueish star-shaped flowers
Japanese Painted Fern

Japanese Painted Fern

This fern should be grown in full shade to bring out its silver varigation and dark red center veins. Deer resistant.
June Hosta

June Hosta

A chartreuse centered foliage changes to creamy white with increased sunlight and features blue green margins.
Kale

Kale

Resembles a head of cabbage that turns bright colors in the Fall
Kimberly Fern

Kimberly Fern

Kimberly Fern is an upright fern. This fern is not winter hardy.
Kniphofia

Kniphofia

Red Hot Poker, very hardy variety with coral red flowers.
Lady in Red Fern

Lady in Red Fern

This striking fern has vibrant burgundy color throughout its stems. Its color intensifies after a couple of years growth. Deer resistant.
Lamium

Lamium

Spreading perennial with purple or white flowers
Lantana

Lantana

Blooms all summer; great for hanging baskets
Lavender, Hidcote

Lavender, Hidcote

Deep blue flowers and a nice compact habit; heat and drought tolerant. A perennial.
Lavender, Lavandin

Lavender, Lavandin

Blue gray with foliage and lavender flowers. A perennial.
Lavender, Munstead

Lavender, Munstead

A June bloomer. A perennial.
Leatherwood Fern

Leatherwood Fern

Lacy bright green fronds; likes moist humus soil. Native to Ohio.
Licorice

Licorice

Grown for its silvery felted foliage
Lillium

Lillium

Oriental Lily, large striking fragrant flowers, mid summer blooms.
Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley

Fragrant white bell shaped flowers in early spring; prefers the shade.
Lobelia

Lobelia

Low spreading flower with multiple colors
Lobelia

Lobelia

Lobelia

Lobelia

Blooms profusely; grows both upright and spreading
Mandevilla

Mandevilla

These tropicals need to climb. Available in pink or red and in six or ten inch pots. Mandevillas love the sun!
Marigold

Marigold

An old time favorite
Million Bells

Million Bells

Mint

Mint

Mint

Chocolate Mint (Perennial)

Corsican Mint (Perennial) - low growing with bright green leaves and a strong minty aroma

Mojito Mint (Perennial) - will grow 18 to 24 inches tall

Peppermint Mint (Perennial) - hybrid mint, a cross between watermint and spearmint

Spearmint Mint (Perennial)

Monarda

Monarda

Bee Balm, excellent for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds.
Myrtle (Periwinkle)

Myrtle (Periwinkle)

Evergreen groundcover grows slowly, large blue violet flowers blooms heavy in Spring and Fall. Full sun to part shade. Grows to 6” tall.
Nasturtium, Jewel Mix

Nasturtium, Jewel Mix

Round green leaves with red, orange and yellow flowers add color and peppery zip to salads.
Nasturtium, Variegated Alaska

Nasturtium, Variegated Alaska

Variegated foliage with red, orange and yellow flowers.
Nemesia

Nemesia

Nepeta

Nepeta

Catmint, gray green aromatic foliage with heavy flowers most of the summer.
New Guinea Impatiens

New Guinea Impatiens

Variegated foliage with multiple colored flowers; will tolerate some sun
Nicotiana

Nicotiana

Red, white and pink flowers grow twelve inches tall
Non Stop Begonia

Non Stop Begonia

Vibrant blooms on striking foliage
Oenothera

Oenothera

Evening Primrose, cup-shaped pink flowers with yellow centers.
Oregano, Greek (Perennial)

Oregano, Greek (Perennial)

Wonderfully aromatic.
Oregano, Italian (Tender Perennial)

Oregano, Italian (Tender Perennial)

Leaves are aromatic and flavorful.
Pachysandra

Pachysandra

Loves the shade but will tolerate some morning sun; white flowers in Spring, grows 4 to 6 inches tall.
Pansy

Pansy

Early spring bloomer and again in the fall
Parsley, Curly

Parsley, Curly

Used for garnishes.
Parsley, Flat

Parsley, Flat

Sometimes known as Italian parsley.
Patio Pots

Patio Pots

Nothing is easier! Just water and enjoy. See our large selection of pots for sun or shade.
Patio Pots
  • Begonia
  • Dahlia
  • Geranium
  • Gerber Daisy
  • New Guinea Impatien
  • Cape Daisy
  • Petunia
  • SunPatiens
Patriot Hosta

Patriot Hosta

The rich deep green slightly heart shaped leaves have a striking white border.
Paul's Glory Hosta

Paul's Glory Hosta

Stunning variegated foliage has deep green margins with creamy yellow centers that turn white in summer.
Pentas

Pentas

Sun loving annual with large blooms
Perovskia

Perovskia

Russian Sage, aromatic gray leaves blooms in late summer with purple flowers.
Persian Shield

Persian Shield

Spectacular silver and purple colored leaves great for adding height
Petunia

Petunia

Many colors to choose from - loves the sunlight
Petunia

Petunia

Phlox

Phlox

Portulaca

Portulaca

Low ground cover with multiple colors
Rainforest Sunrise Hosta

Rainforest Sunrise Hosta

Lush leaves emerge solid light green color than quickly develop dramatic dark green borders with gold centers. Leaves are puckered.
Raspberry Bush

Raspberry Bush

Fun to plant for the kids. Does not require pollinators.
Reiger Begonia

Reiger Begonia

Another favorite of Grandma! Vibrant blooms on sturdy foliage.
Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Plant in full sun with well drained soil. John's favorite fruit pie!
Robust Male Fern

Robust Male Fern

A robust large evergreen fern that can tolerate a little more sun than other ferns. Deer resistant.
Rosemary, Spice Island (Tender Perennial)

Rosemary, Spice Island (Tender Perennial)

Upright cultivator with dark blue flowers and thick leaves.
Rosemary, Tuscan Blue (Tender Perennial)

Rosemary, Tuscan Blue (Tender Perennial)

Has an added appeal of sea green foliage and violet blue flowers.
Rudbeckia

Rudbeckia

Black Eyed Susan, popular summer bloomer.
Sage (Perennial)

Sage (Perennial)

Used for digestive problems.
Sage, Gold (Perennial)

Sage, Gold (Perennial)

Fast growing with a flavor deer find distasteful.
Sage, Pineapple

Sage, Pineapple

Produces red flowers in late autumn and attracts hummingbirds.
Sage, Tri-Color

Sage, Tri-Color

Grows 10 to 18" tall in part sun to sun; heat and drought tolerant.
Salvia

Salvia

The famous flower found in kettles to resemble flames
Sanvitalia

Sanvitalia

Beautiful tiny yellow flowers bloom all summer
Scaevola

Scaevola

Scented Lemon Grass

Scented Lemon Grass

Oil is used to ward off insects.
Sedum

Sedum

Grows both as a groundcover or as an upright; more sun the better for this groundcover.
Sorrel (Perennial)

Sorrel (Perennial)

Grows 3 feet tall and leaves are good in salads.
Stevia

Stevia

Used as alternative sugar sources.
Stokesia

Stokesia

Stokes Aster, a very long bloomer of lavender blue flowers.
Strawberries

Strawberries

June bearing strawberries bloom in June; they are larger and sweeter. Everbearing strawberries bloom all summer and are not as sweet.
Strawflower

Strawflower

Summer Savory

Summer Savory

Reminiscent of mint and thyme because the leaves are so tender they can be added to salads.
SunPatiens

SunPatiens

Great for sunny areas; heat tolerant
Surfina

Surfina

Blooms resemble a petunia
Sweet Woodruff

Sweet Woodruff

A fast growing deciduous ground cover for shade.
Sweet Woodruff (Perennial)

Sweet Woodruff (Perennial)

White flowers that scents potpourri sachets and herb pillows, the leaves and flowers are used to flavor tea and wine.
Thyme, English (Perennial)

Thyme, English (Perennial)

Has a pungent, clover flavor.
Thyme, English (Perennial)
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Thyme, Gold Edge Lemon (Perennial)

Thyme, Gold Edge Lemon (Perennial)

Gold edged leaves with a lemon scent.
Thyme, Lemon  (Perennial)

Thyme, Lemon (Perennial)

Blooms mid to late summer with pink and lavender flowers.
Torenia

Torenia

Profuse flowers on trailing plants
Torenia

Torenia

Tradescantia

Tradescantia

Spiderwort, easy to grow with blue flowers, drought tolerant.
Verbena

Verbena

Large flowers that are very showy
Verbena

Verbena

Veronica

Veronica

Speedwell, nice dwarf variety with thick clear pink flower spikes.
Victory Hosta

Victory Hosta

The shiny green leaves with yellow margins have good substance but are slow to mature.
Vinca

Vinca

A great substitute for an impatien that will grow in the sun
Wide Brim Hosta

Wide Brim Hosta

Green centered leaves with wide irregular margins. Dense clusters of lavender blooms in late summer.
Zinnia

Zinnia

Bright flowers to attract butterflies; heat tolerant