Loudoun County’s Top Nursery and Garden Centers

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If it’s true that April showers bring May flowers, then it’s the perfect time to spruce up your curb appeal! Here’s a list of local nurseries to get some beautiful flowers!

Meadows Farms Nurseries

Meadows Farms is a full-service Garden Center.  Whether you want to do it yourself or have them professionally design it, they have everything you need to create a wonderful outdoor living space.  Great selection, price, service, and convenience.  Meadows Farms has 19 locations surrounding the D.C. area (including one in Leesburg) and a full-service Landscape division with over 30 designers.

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1360 East Market Street, Leesburg VA 20176


Abernethy & Spencer

As one of the Mid-Atlantic’s oldest greenhouses, they distinguish themselves by their commitment to environmental stewardship. They take great care in being “green and eco-friendly,” knowing that individual choices make a difference. 

Come visit and see why they are consistently voted  “Best of Loudoun”.

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18035 S. Maple Ave./Lincoln Rd., Purcellville, VA 20132 5


Blue Mount Nursery

Blue Mount Nursery is a local small business that has resided in Loudoun County for over 20 years. They are a family created establishment that has been privileged to grow along with the surrounding community. 
They have expanded our growing area, and take great pride in the fact that they provide their patrons with superior shrubs, trees, tropicals, annuals, and perennials. They also have an amazing gift goods selection; boasting 100’s of items to choose from perfect for that one of a kind birthday gift, teacher present, or just for you.

Come stop by for a visit, whether it’s your first time coming, or your weekly visit they’d LOVE to see you!!

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20052 Lexington Dr., Ashburn, Virginia


Watermark Woods

Owners Julie and Chris Borneman bought this property in 2009 and have always known they wanted some sort of a small business. As they volunteered with Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy and the Audubon at Home programs it became clear to them that making native plants more readily available to the people of Loudoun County was the way to make a difference in their community.

A watermark on paper is a faint impression on paper, which is how Julie and Chris hope their footprint appears on this earth.  Don’t leave a mark, leave a watermark.

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16764 Hamilton Station Rd., Hamilton, VA 20158