Whether you’re an experienced gardener with a beautiful collection of unusual plants, a beginner timidly learning the basics, or someone who just wants your yard to look nice, we think you’ll find a visit to Egan Gardens worthwhile.

Our sales are on-site only; we don’t do any online orders or shipping of retail products.

Our retail store will be open Monday – Saturday 9 am to 6 pm, Sunday 10 am to 5 pm, from Feb. 27th on. We only close on Easter and July 4th.

 Our wholesale side is open all year, Monday – Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm.

It’s prime planting time!  We have a great selection of all kinds of flowering and vegetable plants.   If planting in the ground sounds like too much work, come and get a big, beautiful basket, already made.  We do the work you just take it home and put it in place.  To make that even easier,
JUNE 18th THROUGH 24th


June 15th through 21st is National Pollinator Week, a week to pay attention to caring for the health, well-being and population-protection of honeybees, native bees, butterflies, and other creatures that keep the plant world going by spreading pollen around.  Included in that plant world are lots of food crops we humans depend on.  So, let’s hear it for the bees!  To learn more about what you can do in your own yard to help them, come to our class
Bee-Friendly Gardening
Sunday June 21 at 2 pm
The class is free, but please call to register so we know how many hand-outs to have ready.

We have a fairly regular schedule 100_2458of classes and workshops
- check out the Calendar page and see if some of them look interesting.  We always welcome suggestions for topics, so please let us know what you’d like to learn more about.





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The newest addition to our grounds and amenities is Thornton Park, named for my Scottie, Thornton. It’s a fenced area on the edge of the Perennial Field, with shade trees to lie under, lawn to run and tussle in, a flower bed to dig up and destroy, and a water bowl to get the mud off his tongue after that digging.  Visitors’ dogs are welcome to join him in the park; he’s friendly with everyone and loves having company.  If you have a dog who wants to go with you wherever you go, bring him/her along to play in Thornton Park while you shop.