Mitchell's Nursery grows geraniums each spring. The greenhouse will be filled with more than 18,000 geraniums in full color after a long grey winter, just in time for Easter. April 4, 2021. You will also find Easter Lilies, mums, and azaleas. Be sure to check our events page for our annual Spring Open House. ( subject to change depending on COVID-19 status, but we are thinking positive and hoping for worldwide negatives!)


Dynamo™ Salmon

Dynamo™ Scarlet

Dynamo™ Violet

Dynamo™ Hot Pink

Dynamo™ White

Dynamo™ Dark Red

Dynamo™ Dark Salmon

Dynamo™ Light Pink
 Dynamo™ Orange

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Caliope- Medium Lavender Lt.

Dynamo™ Pink Flare 

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Precision Burgundy Ice Ivy Geranium

Precision Ruby Ivy Geranium

Precision Red Ivy Geranium

Precision™ Pink Ivy Geranium


Mitchell's Nursery and Greenhouse Grows thousands of poinsettias each year for sale during the holiday season. the process begins in August and by The middle of November, they are ready for sale.

Be sure to check our events page for our annual Poinsettia Open House.

Contact us about our poinsettia fundraising program for your church or organization.


Princettia White


The Poinsettia is NOT Poisonous


The poinsettia is the most widely tested consumer plant on the market today, proving the myth about the popular holiday plant to be false:  Scientific research from The Ohio State University has proved the poinsettia to be non-toxic. All parts of the plant were tested, including the leaves and sap. According to POISINDEX, the national information center for poison control centers, a child or pet would have to ingest 500-600 leaves in order to exceed the experimental doses that found no toxicity. As with any non-food product, the poinsettia is not meant to be eaten and can cause varying degrees of discomfort. Therefore, the plant should be kept out of the reach of young children and curious pets.