After 41 years, The von Trapp Greenhouse will be closing to the public on Labor Day, 2021.
We are so grateful to our customers from near and far who have nurtured our plants in their gardens for the past four decades.
As we shift our focus away from the demanding process of growing plants for spring and summer sales, we are looking forward to a vastly reduced work load.
Our cut Anemone, Cyclamen and forced bulbs in pots will still be available at local markets during the winter months.
We hope to partner with local non-profits to host occasional "Open Garden" days as fundraising opportunities. We may also host occasional "Pop-Up" shops to sell some of our specialty plant offerings. More information will be available on our website in the future.
It has been our pleasure to share our plants and display garden with you over the years and we hope that your gardens will continue to thrive and bring you joyful sanctuary.
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Von Trapp Greenhouse in the News!
Our display garden is featured in the July / August 2017 issue of "The American Gardener," the magazine of the American Horticultural Society.
The article is "A Crescendo of Summer Color" by Charlotte Albers.