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The Garden Center With Mulch More!

Monday – Saturday: 8am – 5pm | Sunday: 10am – 3pm

Monday – Saturday: 8am – 5pm : Sunday: 10am – 3pm

Our 2022 season is superb. We have beautiful nursery plants for you.

Our shrubs, perennials, and roses are plentiful and looking very healthy…

The Japanese Maples are in full leaf! Fruit and specimen trees are ready for planting.

This years Evergreens are looking lush and vibrant.

We have sod, seed, fertilizers, and everything you need for a great looking garden.

We have tons of Bulk Landscape Material on hand – and can get it delivered to you within hours!

Call us at 847-566-2176, or Contact Us for inquiries.

Country Bumpkin garden Center - May 2022

stop by for garden decor, accessories and more!

We have a great 2022 season garden center line up

Whether you are looking for trees, annuals, perennials, evergreens, shrubs and roses, vegetables and herbs, fruit trees, grasses, ground covers and more, we have the perfect selection for gardens both large and small. Explore all our nursery plants, you are bound to find the perfect plants for your space.

The garden center is bursting at the seams with new stock. From gifts to growing pots, fountains, ornaments, gardening gear, rustic garden features and much more…

Our bulk landscape materials crew is raring to go. We carry an extensive range of dirt and mulches, bulk sand, and gravel. Our natural stone selection is sought after by many landscapers and gardeners. We offer a timely and courteous delivery service to fulfill all your requirements.

Country Bumpkin Garden Center Spring 2022
Country Bumpkin Garden Center Spring 2022
Country Bumpkin Garden Center ceramic pots
Country Bumpkin Garden center gifts near Mundelein,     Hawthorn Woods, Vernon Hills

featured new arrivals – available now!

Hydrangea

Our hydrangeas are here! We have a terrific selection for 2022 – bigleaf (macrophylla), panicle (paniculata), smooth (arborescens), oakleaf (quercifolia), and climbing (petiolaris).

They come in all shapes and sizes; from super large bloom mopheads to delicate lacecap and a blend of both. Beautiful colors from white, pink, reds, green, lime and blue – tree form and shrub size.

If you are new to hydrangeas or looking to add to your collection, now is the time to plant them!

hydrangea - Country Bumpkin Nursery
panicle hydrangea - Country Bumpkin

in the garden…

Emerald Green Arborvitae 6′ to 8′ – NOW IN STOCK!

hydrangea macrophylla mophead

Are you planning to grow hydrangeas?

How to care for roses

How to care for roses?

Understanding garden soil

What soil is best for your garden?

by-the-month – garden care

june – finish planting your seasonal vegetables and annuals.

By the first week – complete planting your seasonal crop of vegetables and annuals. Two weeks after the last frost, the soil temp should reach about 65 degrees. Perfect!

Now is a good time to divide and transplant late summer and fall perennials.

Trees, shrubs and roses can all be planted as the prefer the still cooler weather to bed in.

Deeadhead spent blooms to encourage new growth, and for the best look.

Harvest your vegetables as they are ready, and to encourage new production.

Keep weeds under control and continue with your fertilizer program – flowers will enjoy a good phosphorous booster.

It’s an excellent time to mulch!

Our cool season grasses will be looking good and require weekly mowing. Cut no lower than 3 inches to conserve soil moisture and shade.

july – as the temps climb, hydrate your garden.

Water your beds and lawn about 1 inch per week for optimal garden performance. Watering during the coolest parts of the day is best.

Keep deadheading, weeding and feeding.

It’s still a good time to mulch – preserve soil moisture as much as possible. Do NOT mound mulch high up against branches – this can cause moisture rot and problems with bugs.

Continue to plant shrubs, roses and trees. Build small earth dams around new plantings to discourage water run-off – you want the water to soak into the root ball.

Fire up the grill – and enjoy summer!