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Countryside Gardens is an award winning locally owned garden center, plant nursery, and gift shop. At Countryside Gardens we pride ourselves in treating our customers like honored guests where our experienced staff of Virginia certified Horticulturalist can assist you with your home, gift and garden wishes. We also offer additional services that include landscape design and a free venue for hosting your next special event.

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Early notice about our “Ladies Night Out” Wine & Cheese party!  MARK YOUR CALENDAR. Friday & Saturday, November 2 & 3 ~ 7:00pm both evenings. Get your groups together.  Call ASAP 722-9909...

Mums the word. They’re here, along with our first shipment of pansies. The mums are tight with color tags. We also received more fall vegetables. Stop by Countryside Gardens to see what’s blooming....

So many unique gift ideas are awaiting your next visit to Countryside Gardens. WOW your guests at your next gathering by bringing out these Appetizer and Hors d’oeuvre plates. These durable platters are perfect for appetizers, desserts, and more. Superbly designed, these platters are multifunctional as......

Lots of different varieties to pick from.  We have everything from pumpkins with warts to pie pumpkins and pumpkins with peanuts!  They are in an array of colors too!  White, blue, orange and striped ones.  We also have mums, goards, cornstalks and straw bales for......

They smell so good you may want a spoon. Countryside Gardens introduces our Fall candles. Pumpkin Pecan & Caramel Rum Cake They are clean burning soy candles with cotton wicks....

A great way to use all those extra herbs from your summer garden is to make herbal ice cubes. To preserve fresh herbs, freeze them in ice cube trays. Chop leaves of your favorite herbs, pack into the trays, cover with water, and freeze. Store......

TIP#2 Divide and replant iris, daylilies, cannas and other perennials. Don’t toss extras; drop them off here and we pot and love them back to beauty for Habitat for Humanity....

TIP # 1 Houseplants that have been outside all summer should be allowed to make a fairly slow transition to indoor conditions. Quick changes in environment can result in yellowed foliage and leaf drop. To avoid injury, bring plants indoors before temperatures dip below 55......