We want you to be successful with the high quality plants that you take home from our nursery. We promise that the plants you are purchasing from us are healthy, true to name, and painstakingly cared for.
Plants are living things and must be treated as such. The quality of care they receive is directly proportional to how much they will grow and thrive. Purchasing plants is acquiring a responsibility. We encourage you to ask questions and share your planting plans, as plants are not hardy to every location they may be planted in. We welcome conversation about your space and design goals so that we may provide you with helpful information to bring about success.
When things don’t go right, we are here to help. Please notify us of a problem right away so that we may help you with a solution.
Dave and Jen Tubbin, Owners-Second Nature at Reads Creek
Links, Contacts and other Helpful Resources:
A Way to Garden - Organic gardening and landscaping blog with Margaret Roach. An excellent source for inspiration, information and product reviews
Garden Rant – A weblog with a dynamic range of contributors covering a vast range of topics on anything remotely associated with gardens; philosophy, writing, visits, tools, plants trends, personal antidotes and opinions
thinkinGardens - for people who want more from gardening than gardens by Anne Wareham
Learning Store – UW Extension Service Bulletins
Allen Centennial Gardens – Allen Centennial Gardens, Madison, WI
Olbrich Botanical Gardens - Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Madison, WI
Rotary Botanical Gardens - Rotary Gardens, Janesville, WI. Fantastic blog with Mark Dwyer
Riverside Gardens - Riverside International Friendship Gardens, La Crosse, WI
Wisconsin Master Gardener Program - Master Gardener Program. Offers great gardening related links to resources around the state.
Wisconsin Gardener – Wisconsin Gardener Program on WPT. An archive of Shelley Ryan’s fantastic work with the Wisconsin Gardener Program. All shows worth watching and re-watching.