2021 Spring Update

Dear fellow gardeners,
The 2021 spring season is fast approaching and we are modifying the parameters
for visiting the greenhouse as the pandemic slowly loosens its grip.

Opening Saturday, May 1, 2021

We are permitting eight cars in our lot at one time with two shoppers per car.
Please wait in line on the road until a space opens up.
No walk ins.

Masks, worn properly over the nose and mouth, are required during your entire visit. No exceptions.
Social distancing must continue to be practiced.

The two retail greenhouses will be open for entry, but the potting shed /cash out will remain closed.
Payment will again be conducted at your car.

Our rest room will remain closed, but we will have a port-o-let for the desperate.

Our annual Mother's Day Hanging Basket Sale will run from
Thursday, May 6 through Sunday, May 9.
This will be on-site only with no pre-orders, no phone orders, and no curbside pick-up.

Please leave your pets at home.
We do not permit them on the property and there is little shade in our lot.

The display garden will be open for viewing only in early June.
We must discourage lingering during the month of May when sales are so busy.
We are trying to accommodate as many customers as possible within our parameters.

41 Years Growing!

The von Trapp Greenhouse is a retail grower of annuals from seed, annuals from cuttings, perennial plants, vegetables & herbs, hanging baskets, and blueberries. We also have a large display garden and additional garden beds to view on our property. Tour groups can be arranged by appointment.

Hours of Operation 2021

Open May 1 through Labor Day (closed July 4th)

May 1 - July 12

(closed July 4th)

July 13 - Labor Day

Closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Monday - Saturday 9:00 - 5:00 Mon, Fri & Sat 9:00 - 5:00
Sunday 10:00 - 4:00 Sunday 10:00 - 4:00

 

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Von Trapp Greenhouse in the News!

The American Gardener magazineOur 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.

View a PDF of the article.