PLANT CLASSIFICATION

Below you will see a breakdown of plants into various categories.  You can browse through the various plants we have to offer by choosing a category below and tapping or clicking the "Learn More" button. 

If you know the plant you are looking for, search for it directly using the search bar below.

Vinca Jams 'N Jellies
Photo Credits: Handy Andy's Nursery

ANNUALS

Annuals are a great and relatively inexpensive choice for the use in containers next to your front door, to decorate that outdoor space, or in the ground to add some constant color through the growing season.


Sunray Coreopsis Photo Credits: Handy Andy's Nursery

Sunray Coreopsis
Photo Credits: Handy Andy's Nursery

PERENNIALS

Perennials, these plants are great additions to your beds or other outdoor spaces.  Perennials come up year after year with no need for continual planting.


Fresno Chili Pepper
Photo Credits: Handy Andy's Nursery

VEGETABLES

Our selection of vegetable starts is extremely diverse, with over 20 different varieties of Tomatoes and over 20 varieties of Peppers you're sure to find what you're looking for to fill that garden this season!


Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple *Photo Credits: Bailey Nurseries, Inc*

Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple
*Photo Credits: Bailey Nurseries, Inc*

TREES

Our selection of trees is vast, with many to choose from.  Trees are woody plants that are cold tolerant for the climate, and typically achieve a height of at least 15 ft.  Some trees can reach as tall as 100 ft!  In this category are what would be called Shade Trees, Ornamental Trees, and of course, Fruit Trees.


Dwarf Korean Lilac Photo Credits: Handy Andy's Nursery

Dwarf Korean Lilac
Photo Credits: Handy Andy's Nursery

SHRUBS

Shrubs are woody plants, cold hardy for our climate, that leaf out each spring on last season's growth.  Some are covered with beautiful flowers during parts of the summer.  These range in height anywhere from 1ft all the way up to 15 to 20 ft tall!  The uses for shrubs could be many.  Smaller varieties can be used as border plants while others can make a great screen or hedge.


Schefflera 'Amate' Photo Credits: Handy Andy's Nursery

Schefflera 'Amate'
Photo Credits: Handy Andy's Nursery

TROPICAL

These plants are not cold tolerant for our winter seasons but can add tremendous interest to an outdoor space for the summer, after that time, they can be brought inside for the winter.  Tropical foliage can really enhance the indoor environment, reminding you of warmer seasons, or warmer climates.  We pride ourselves in having a very diverse selection of tropical plants.


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AQUATIC

These plants are typically also not cold tolerant of our winters and must be brought indoors if they are to survive.  Great for ponds, or aquariums these plants can be fun to grow, and can tolerate some of the indoors lowest light levels.


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SUCCULENTS & CACTI

This extremely diverse group of plants are grouped together by their unique abilities to store water and therefore tolerate some of the most adverse conditions on our planet.  There are many many varieties of succulents.  Some varieties are cold hardy for our climate, but many of these plants must be brought indoors if they are to survive the winter.