Nursery Trees, Shrubs & Roses
Walk our three acre Nursery at Canton Road Garden Center full of shade and ornamental trees, flowering shrubs, roses, evergreens, topiaries, grasses and so much more. This is a beautiful time of the year to see your favorite bush in bloom and to envision a new landscape at your home.
Evergreens are just that: ever green! We have a large selection: Norway Spruce, White Pine, Frazier Fir, Canann Fir and Colorado Spruce.
Cool your home during the hot summer months with shade trees. We carry a large selection of shade trees from potted to balled and burlapped.
Make that homemade pie with fruit from your own fruit tree! Apples, pears, peaches and cherries are here in our Nursery for your eating pleasure.
Stand out in your neighborhood! Our topiaries are available in many sizes and forms. They are a great way to add pizzazz to your landscape.
Whether you want to add privacy to your home or block out an unwanted sight, arborvitae are the way to go! Our Nursery offers several varieties in different sizes for every price range.
Stop and smell the roses! Or at least slow down to see the large selection of roses offered in our Nursery: Carpet Roses, Tea Roses, Floribunda Roses and Knockouts!
Flowering Shrubs give great color to your landscape. We offer many choices: azaleas, rhododendrons, weigelas, viburnums, Rose of Sharon, cistena and many others.
Why just have a "tree" when you can have a tree with lots of blooms! Flowering pear, red buds (the first tree to bloom in Spring) dogwoods and flowering crabs are just a few of the many varieties available.
We offer the old favorites as well as the new. Quick Fire, Pinky Winky and Moonlight are some of the hydrangeas that bloom on new wood making it an easy plant for any homeowner.
Vines are fast growing and look great on an arbor or trellis. Honeysuckle, Clematis, Wisteria and Trumpet Vine provides summer blooms to enjoy during the season.
Pro Tip: Rose Cutting
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If you did not cut back your roses at the end of the blooming season last year, now is the time to cut back your roses. Cutting roses back (about three to four inches from the top) will clean up any winter dieback and promote new growth from the ground up. This annual cleaning will help create a stronger rose with less chance of diseases.