Landscaping~Floral Shoppe~Garden Center~Interior Plants


Spring is Just Around the Corner

We are celebrating 50 years – Thanks to you!

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To celebrate our 50th Anniversary we are giving out 50 WEEKS of savings!  Specials will be announced at the beginning of every month so check back often!

  • April 13th - 19th 25% off Bulk Econo Mulch and 30%off Bulk Organic Topsoil
  • April 20th - 26th 25% off Grass Seed, 50% off 20' Plastic Edging
  • April 26th - May 3rd 30% off Red Enviromulch, 25% off Bayer Emerald Ash Borer Treatment
  • As part of our 50th Anniversay Celebration ~ find out how you could receive a free gift bag! 

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Fruit Trees arrive April 21st – call ahead to buy early, popular varieties go quick!

Honor Your Loved One With Our Memorial Planting Services

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New Perennials arrive April 14th

New Trees & Shrubs arrive April 21st

"Spring Favorites"

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We've been Green

now we're Golden!

Store Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 4 pm

Saturday: 9am - 5pm

Sunday: Palm Sunday 10am - 3pm

Easter Sunday Closed for Holiday


Nature's Nook

9801 S. 27th Street
Franklin, WI 53132

T: 414-761-8300

Fax: 414-761-8305

Current Enviromental Conditions 

The weather condition remains Prime throughout Southeastern Wisconsin, with a prime outlook coming out of summer in the near term.

The vegetable crop will produce a hearty bounty in both quality and abundance for you diligent growers.  Weed control will be the only deterrent, but by now you have put in your time in that regard.

The apple crop will be enormous, not just compared to last year, but historically.  Remember a fruit tree that struggles in the previous year returns robustly the following and we all remember last years terrible growing condition.

The pumpkin crop will be large, your tomato plants will harvest several times, and your perennials will expand at remarkable percentages.

This early autumn will be a perfect time to plant foundation shrubs and perennials at your home.  Strong plant material combined with lower soil temperatures and abundant soil moisture will offer a perfect condition for short term acclamation required for late summer and early autumn plantings.

Same holds true with tree installations.  There actually has been risk of overwatering large root masses this year. An over-correction of last years watering habits.

If you intend on applying a lawn of grass this fall, the weather condition should offer confidence in both seeded lawn and sod applications.

Here at Natures Nook we have always favored sodded lawns for their ease of maintenance and stronger first effort results.  But make no mistake; seeded lawns installed in 2+ inches of soil tolerate a wider range of future weather conditions, like drought or flood.

But also we must remark about the “human factor” in this weather condition report.  To be out doors this year has been a delight.  Calm wind, pleasant air temperatures, humidity of lower percentages all combine to make the outdoor experience worth the effort.

Landscape should be about 3 things.  First and foremost; control of the environment such as grade stabilization, water abatement and usability.  Second is the function and appeal of the space, does it suit your need?  But third is the enjoyment you derive from spending time in it and this year my friends, the weather is Prime!

 Come and Explore 


Natures Nook