Six places to go big for your garden

There’s nothing like the sweet smell of flowers wafting through your yard, or plucking plump tomatoes from the vine in your garden. Garden centers all around Elkhart County are there to help you turn this vision into reality.

Linton's Enchanted Gardens

Linton’s Enchanted Gardens

315 County Road 17, Elkhart. Open daily. Lintons.com

If there’s any place that’s a must-stop in Elkhart County, it’s Linton’s Enchanted Gardens, often called the “Disney of garden centers.” Lose yourself in Linton’s nine acres of rare and unusual plants, including a greenhouse with all that you need to spruce up your yard. Bring the kids, who will fall in love with the enchanted gardens with hours of fun from a petting zoo to train and interactive activities. When you need a break for a snack or lunch, there’s the Garden Cafe right on site serving sandwiches and paninis piled with your favorite fixings, coffee and cold beverages, and mouth-watering desserts.

 

And there’s more

Check these places out for even more gardening goodness

Shipshewana Flea Market, 345 S. Van Buren St., Shipshewana. Open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, some Saturdays and holidays through September. A good number of the 700 open-air vendors offer plants, shrubs, seeds and all manner of gardening accessories and tools.

Turkey Creek Tree Farm & Garden Center, 55039 County Road 8, Middlebury. Variety of flowering shrubs, fruit trees, and annual flowers including hanging baskets. Trees are field-grown; the staff will spade, ball and burlap for you.

Martin Seed & Supply, 61329 County Road 9, Elkhart, 574.875.5273.

Country Garden Greenhouse, 68417 County Road 15, New Paris. Open through end of June.

Myers Landscape Nursery, 15497 U.S. Highway 6, Syracuse, 5744575354.


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