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Tree Special

Pick your tree.

We deliver and plant it for you.

So you have more time for you!

All this and a warranty for only $350!*

*Offer good on B/B trees only.  Bagged trees not included.

Mums Are Here!

Choose from a wide variety of colors including Girona Orange, Padre Yellow, Amiko Bronze, Padre Purple, Espero White, Colina Red and Milano Orange!

 Available in single pots or planters

Take a walk around our nursery and see all the new trees and shrubs that are here!  With acres of land to choose from you are sure to find the plant that is right for you! 

Beautiful vibrant Orchids

Just $18.99

Great for gifts or self indulgence

Supplies are limited

 We are celebrating 50 


 Thanks to you! 

~Join Us for Our Upcoming Events~

To celebrate our 50th Anniversary we are giving you 50 ways to SAVE!  Specials will be announced at the beginning of every month so check back often!

  • August 25th - August 31st: 25% off Container Shrubs. 40% off Shepards Hooks 
  • September 1st - September 7th: 50% off Wodden & Metal Trellis's, 25% off Container Evergreens 
  • September 8st - September 14th 25% off EconoMulch, 30%off Organic Topsoil 
  • September 15th - September 21st: 30% off Red Enviromulch, 50% off Plastic Edging 
  • September 22nd - September 28th: 40% off Flowering Crabapples, 25% off Grass Seed 
  • September 29th - October 5th: 25% off Weed Blaster, 15% off Delivery Charges 
  • October 6th - October 12th: 25% off Brown Enviromulch, 25 %off Hardwood Mulch 
  • October 13th - October 19th: 20% off 1 gallon Perennials, 40% off Glazed Pottery 
  • October 20th - October 26th: 60% off Nursery Stock,  25%off Emerald Ash Borer Treatment  

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Emerald Green Arborvitae

-Great for Privacy Screening-

Starting at $69.95

Honor Your Loved One With Our Memorial Planting Services

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Does your pond look boring?  Add some plants!  Flowering pond plants are here and will add color and excitement to your water feature!

New Statuary is in!

"My Guardian Dog"

"One Piece Football Fountain"

“Tranquility Spill with Birds”

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Store Hours

Monday: 9 am - 6 pm

Tuesday-Friday: 9 am - 6 pm

Saturday: 8 am - 6 pm

Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm

May close early due to crummy weather


Nature's Nook

9801 S. 27th Street
Franklin, WI 53132

T: 414-761-8300

Fax: 414-761-8305

Current Enviromental Conditions 

Never underestimate the limitations of how weather can affect your experience.  Or in this case the livability of plant material here in Southeastern Wisconsin. In 2012 we saw a drought that had an impact on plant varieties that was harsh, predictable and avoidable. Now we look at the harsh cold of the winter of 2014, which is also predictable, and sadly unavoidable, and we ignored weathers imposed limitations.

       In the drought of 2012 the lack of natural rain could be overcome by metered watering to save the plant material.   But the winter of 2014 had no defenses that could salvage plant tissue from the killing cold air driven by wind. We learned that late season trimming of evergreens goes beyond livability limitations, as does late season fertilizer.

      And then after many years of mild winters we pushed the envelope of plant varieties and placement, and now must pay the toll.  Boxwood, Japanese Maples, Azaleas, Smokebush, Holly, even durables like Yews and Alberta Spruce have fallen victim to minus twenty degree air temps of 2014. Some plants will recover if you factor livability, but their landscape value will be greatly diminished to the point of replacement.


        The current recommendation is no trimming of any sort until the stock is fully leafed or new evergreen growth has hardened.  This trimming will reduce the new growth extension and further stress the plant.  Watering the plant material will push new growth faster, as will fertilizing to any degree. The truth is you won't know the extent of the damage until the new leaf is fully formed and hardened, same with evergreens.  

     The limitations of salinasation were easily meet this winter, plants and lawns are affected. Client reports of salt free winter maintenance on site with salt-scared lawns are testament to the gross overuse of municipal salt applications.  Also snow doming was prevalent this year, even in very cold air!  Sunlight reflecting and heating the snow covered plants acted like a greenhouse (ironically in single digit temps) and contributed to much of the burned plants you see.


       We must pay closer attention to the limitations that we as stewards of our landscapes have hereto fore ignored. The demand of exotic plants and the desire for something different is not always conducive to Wisconsin’s unpredictable climate.  

 Come and Explore 


Natures Nook