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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Blooming Business

The old saying “April showers bring May flowers” could not be truer in Evansville. As we move through the rainy, unpredictable weather of spring, many Evansvillians are prepping their indoor and outdoor gardens for new additions and updated decor. These four local plant paradises are sprouting a variety of products and plants to satisfy every green thumb in the River City.

Kiwi’s Garden Center

100 N. First Ave.

Featured in the March/April issue of Evansville Living, Kiwi’s Garden Center is your one-stop plant shop. Overflowing onto the sidewalk with seasonal flowers, rare and unique indoor plants, staple succulents, and a host of plant necessities, accessories, and household decorations, the store is overseen by assistant manager and resident cute kitten Momo and her boss Kayleigh “Kiwi” Iwamoto.

SWN Garden Center

5115 Millersburg Road

For six years, SWN Garden Center has offered the Tri-State one of the largest inventories in the area. A majority of their trees, plants, and garden suppliers — which cater more to the outdoor garden — are grown and sourced locally.

Timberview Flower Farm

4501 Orchard Road

On Evansville’s North Side, 20 acres of farmland are home to Timberview Flower Farm. One of the most well-known flower providers in the Tri-State, Timberview partners with many local stores and events, such as River City Coffee and Goods and Evansville Schnucks. Their specialties include fresh and dried flower arrangements and bouquets for holidays and events.

Colonial Classics Landscaping and Nursery

3633 Epworth Road, Newburgh, IN

Colonial Classics Landscaping and Nursery is more than your typical garden center. For more than 60 years, they’ve offered landscaping services, a full garden center, and diverse stock of patio furniture and garden décor. Colonial opened their brand new garden center building filled with indoor and outdoor plants and garden accessories on April 16.

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Jodi Keen
Jodi Keen
Jodi Keen is the managing editor of Evansville Living and Evansville Business magazines.

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