The garden center, reimagined.

With a focus on food, plants, entertainment, education, and farming, we’re not your typical nursery.  
Blue Springs Nursery

Where plants, food, and home connect.

Around every trellised corner you’ll find elements that cultivate a culture of growth in mind, body, and soil.

Hang in the Garden

There’s always something blooming around here. Join us for music in the garden, yoga in the orchard, or shop popups.

Shop the Gardens

We don’t have departments, we offer experiences. Cultivate yours.


Plant of the week
Just-your-style accents
Fresh Produce
Do It Yourself

Where every vine intertwines.

Our farm feeds our café nestled inside our Kansas City nursery. Chickens provide fresh eggs in the market. And the education we provide today regenerates the earth we need tomorrow.

A crop of green thumbs 

The faces behind the foliage get to the root of every challenge with a smile.


A place for nourishment

We believe in whole body health. That’s why our shelves are carefully curated for mind, body, and belly.


A space to learn

Classes, workshops, and how-to’s for the budding—and mature—garden expert. Come get your hands dirty with us.


Come for a visit

Pick apples with the kids. Celebrate in the twinkling courtyard. Become a perennial pro. Here, you and your family can bloom. 

Sage advice

This is how you can keep your garden flourishing all season long.
Gardening Tips

Garden Pest Control

You work hard to create and maintain a garden, but pests can quickly wreak havoc on your produce. Being aware of the signs, effects, and treatments can help quickly save your plants and avoid pest …

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Gardening Tips

Building a Raised Bed

Raised garden beds are an excellent way to organize your garden! They help keep your bed weed free and can keep predators, such as rabbits, out of your garden. They also allow for much easier …

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Gardening Tips

Spring Seed Starting

Tips & Tricks on Seed Starting As the seasons change from winter to spring, the days get longer and warmer, we start to get that itch. The itch to go outside, to play in the …

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