How to find plants, decorations, landscapers & more

red mums
Photo by Connie Oswald Stofko

by Connie Oswald Stofko

I often get emails from readers asking where they can find a certain plant or locate a landscaper.

It’s easy. Look at the ads on and go to our Gardening Directory.

When you click on an ad, it will take you to the website of that business, where you can see more about what they have to offer as well as the business’s contact information.

In our Gardening Directory, you can scroll through the businesses that are listed or click on a category to narrow your search. And when you click on the business’s link, you’ll be taken to their website.

Whether you’re looking for mums, houseplants, pumpkins, gifts or someone to redesign your landscape, our ads and Gardening Directory are the best places to start.

When you need more information, you can contact the business directly. They can tell you whether they have the particular plant you are looking for or do the kind of landscaping project you have in mind.

Bonus: You may find businesses and products that you didn’t know were available!

2 Comments on “How to find plants, decorations, landscapers & more

  1. Kathy, thanks for the tip on the Audubon Library plant swap. It is a great event, but I don’t list it on our Events page because the organizers have limited space and can’t accommodate a lot more participants. We have written articles about the Seed Library at the Audubon Library. You can find more about it here.

  2. If you don’t mind the type of plants that keep on giving, the Audubon library is having a semiannual plant swap on 2 Nov. If you haven’t anything to bring anything left over is available free. You must register to bring plants. I believe they also have a native seed bank. I don’t know how that works.

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