At Heidi’s GrowHaus & Lifestyle Gardens, service is always in season. From premier plant material and gardening goods to educational workshops and landscape maintenance, we’ve got everything you need to flourish.
GrowHaus Garden Centre is a regenerative hub designed to empower the first-time gardener and experienced horticulturalist alike. We are a destination for gardening goods, premier plant material, and education. We regularly host open houses, garden clubs, and workshops. Our five-and-a-half-acre footprint includes our retail store and guest house, 15,500 square feet of production greenhouses, a high tunnel, and an edible lab. At GrowHaus, we believe in growing the right plants in the right places, so we cultivate, purchase, and prioritize Minnesota-grown materials. Our boutique offers hand-selected merchandise, tools, and remedies from our own campus and local artisans.
We focus on growing native, water-wise plant materials best suited to our region. Our responsibly grown plants will flourish in your gardens and enhance your landscape. We cultivate a variety of annuals, specialty dahlias, herbs, heirloom vegetables, tropical plants, perennials, shrubs, and ornamental, edible, and balled-and-burlapped trees.
We design vibrant plantscapes in containers using a variety of plants and decorative materials. Our expert horticulturalists can create a lasting, custom arrangement with your favorite colors, scents, and textures. This is a highly sought after service we offer to provide our clients with a touch of nature they can experience and appreciate year-round.
A beautiful, woodland wildflower native to eastern North America from the east coast to Minnesota. This early spring bloomer is easily naturalized in moist, shady woodland areas. The long, bell shaped flowers attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Fresh water is our most precious resource and with the warmer days of summer ahead, it is time to focus on the importance of water…
One of the first fragrant blooms of spring is the classic lilac. Their scent seems to carry for miles on a spring breeze. How do y…