Nodding Onion Gardens

Native Plant Nursery

Columbia Station, Ohio, USA

 
Frostville Farmer's Market
May 3, 2014
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Ohio Native Plant Nursery

 

Nodding Onion Gardens

Our family run native plant nursery is, located in Columbia Station, southwest of Cleveland, Ohio. We propagate and raise a variety of wildflowers that are suitable for either: rain, prairie, woodland or pollinator gardens. To encourage diversity in our stock the majority of our plants are started from seed.

  

Our Methods

We are proud of the fact that we are implementing holistic agricultural practices. Future goals include becoming a certified urban organic farm.

 

Our Vision  

That small backyard wildflower gardens become the norm in the Cleveland, Ohio area. Collectively, these gardens will contribute to an improved ecosystem not only for us but for the wildlife we share it with.


Our Role

As a means of encouraging local residence to "give wildflowers a try" we provide locally and organically grown, affordable native Ohio plants.

Where You Can Find Our Plants


Frostville Farmer's Market - Visit our News and Events page - Our First Market May 3, 2014


"Teach your children not to pick flowers but to sow them, and a whole generation starts out with a fresh approach to nature"

 Bebe Miles 1969
Bloodroot
Bloodroot
Spring Flowers - April 15, 2014 - Our Bloodroot flowered yesterday. Between the snow, rain and clouds I wasn't able to get a good picture, this image is from last year.
Liatris and Monarch
Jim's Garden

"If you feed them they will come"


Rosemary, Cleveland Metroparks volunteer.


NOG News

April 17, 2014


Recycled Pots -
Like always we appreciate your recycled nursery posts

Inventory - I was hoping to update our inventory, unfortunately it snowed again last night covering everything with a nice white blanket.


First Market - May 3, 2014 - 
Come early so that you don't miss out on the free packages of Swamp Milkweed (Ascelpias incarnata) seeds that we are giving away.

Learn to Propagate Milkweeds

Date:
Monday, April 28, 2014
 

Location:
Columbia Branch of the Lorain County Library System, Columbia Station, Ohio

Time:
6:30 p.m. - 7:15 p.m

Register on line -
At Lorain Public Library System

 
This program is free and is open to 15 participants, who will each plant a pot of Purple and Swamp Milkweed seed. There will also be an opportunity to stratify (cold storage) your own Common Milkweed seeds.

Videos - Yards that Support Life!
Native Wildflower Garden -
Jim Wohl, Parma Heights Ohio,

Our Most Recent Blog Posts - Marsh Marigold  Something a Little Different