Premium Plants & Gardening Products
We offer a large assortment of your favorite gardening products: Annuals & Perennials, Trees, Shrubs & Roses and proudly offer top quality Chef Jeff brand Vegetables & Herbs.
Pam’s Greenhouses staff is trained and recognized as a Certified Proven Winners® garden center.
Each year Pam & Chelsey shop for the newest, hottest and finest products.
Check out what’s new for 2019!
Chef Jeff Tomatoberry
The Tomatoberry™ has broad shoulders tapering to a blunt point, giving it a unique strawberry-like shape! This new tomato variety has a sweet and juicy taste that is different from other tomato flavors. The fruits are only one inch high and wide with soft skin and a meaty, firm texture.
Tomatoberry yields up to 30 deep red tomatoes on multiple grape-like clusters and produces fruit all summer long.
Scardy Cat plant will drive dogs and cats away from gardens, flower beds, sandboxes, and play areas. We had these several years ago and are bringing them back! They are fabulous and really work. I know because my St. Bernard used to love my bushes until I planted one of these next to his favorite shrub. He never peed on it again! Not only do they keep varmits away, but they get huge (very tall) and get beautiful blue/purple flowers! *The Coleus will not survive frost or winter, but it doesn’t matter…my dog never peed on my shrubs again! I’ve been told that these work with rabbits too!
Trifolium was named for the number of four-leaved clovers usually found but there also may be three leaves. Leaves are bright, two toned, dark green and chartreuse. A very nice filler plant in tubs or mixed containers. Because of its vigorous habit, do not plant next to slow-growing alpine plants that might get smothered. Trim back hard in midsummer to rejuvenate the foliage, if plants begin to look scruffy. Easily divided in spring or fall. May be used as a lawn substitute and mowed at any time to the desired height.
The Hula Berry is North America’s original white strawberry with a tropical taste! With a size that is smaller than typical red strawberries, it packs a big flavor, reminiscent of pineapple. These non-GMO, extraordinary berries came from an inventive improvement of a very old white strawberry called a pineberry. Hula Berries are a great addition to salads, desserts, drinks and more!
Martha Washington geraniums offer colorful blooms and showy foliage which is why they are a garden favorite. These geraniums grow well in plant hardiness zones 5 through 10, but do best in areas that have warm days and cool nights. With a little care and knowledge, you can use the plants to create a beautiful display along borders, in patio containers or in hanging baskets.
Seeds & Early Spring
The Olds’ brand dates to 1888, when Levitt Lincoln Olds founded the L.L. Olds Seed Co. at Clinton, Wisconsin. Through the years, Olds became known for selling only the finest quality seed of better varieties, whether selling alfalfa and seed potatoes for Wisconsin farms or garden seed through a mail order catalog for 97 years. Today, Olds Garden Seed continues that tradition in its sales to independent garden retailers nationwide.
Botanical Interests Seeds
At Botanical Interests our goal is to inspire and educate the gardener in you. That is why, since 1995 we have been supplying gardeners with the highest quality seed in the most beautiful and informative seed packets on the market.
About Organic Seed – At Botanical Interests we offer the choice of organic seed and conventionally produced (untreated) seed. Both the organic seed and conventional seed varieties are non-GMO and untreated. We now offer over 150 organic seed varieties.
What does No GMO’s mean? The acronym GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organisms, which refers to any food product that has been altered at the gene level. Genetically modified foods are also frequently described as “genetically engineered”, “genetically altered” or “genetically manipulated.”
You can have a healthy organic garden by caring for the soil organically and using organic growing methods. Fertile soil and organic gardening techniques can give you a vigorous organic garden.
Seed Sprouter Kits
Early Spring Plants
- Dusty Miller
- Mountain Carpet Phlox – Blue, Pink, Lavender, White, Candystripe
- Chef Jeff’s 4″ Cold Vegetables – Broccoli, Broccoli Raab, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Kohlrabi, Lettuce
- Garden Star’s™ 6″ Decorative Annuals – Cabbage, Kale, Millet, Ornamental Mustard, Ornamental Pepper, Swiss Chard
Perennials & Hostas
Accents, Grasses & Foilage
Chef Jeff’s Vegetables & Herbs
Baskets, Combos, Signatures & Climbers
Berries, Asparagus & Rhubarb
Shrubs & Roses
Plant Food & Care
Shake ‘n Feed®
In-Container Soils & Potting MIx
Soils & Ammendments
Proven Winners Soil
Raised Bed Soil
Coop Poop Garden Food
Sphagnum Peat Humus
Cocoa Bean Shells Mulch
EZ Straw Seeding Mulch w’ Tack
Montaho Cedar Bark Mulch
Hardwood Cedar Mulch
Great North Forest Cedar Mulch
Sunrise Red Mulch
Sunrise Gold Mulch
Pine Bark Mulch
Pine Bark Nuggets
Deep Forest Brown Mulch
Red Sundown Stone
Gray Slate Rock
White Marble Rock
Red Volcanic Rock
Pots, Containers & Accents
Bird Houses & Mixes – Hummingbird & Oriole
Windmills & Spinners
Fairy Garden Supplies
Watering Can Combo Planters
Best Mix of Calibrachoa Superbells
Extra Fancy Tuberous Begonias
Dragon Wing Begonias
New Guinea Impatiens
Coleus Kong Jr.