Beautiful Blooms from Northeast Ohio’s Premier Greenhouse
Urban Growers Greenhouse is a family-owned business that resides on farm property that has been in the Urbanowicz family for generations. Owner John Urbanowicz has expanded the business into a wholesale and retail operation boasting 145,000 square-feet of covered growing space. They offer a wide variety of perennials and annuals carefully cultivated and available at the Garden Center located on route 87 between Burton and Middlefield…
Most people don’t know that we GROW virtually everything you see in our Garden Center from our 145,000 square feet, state-of-the-art greenhouse located on Claridon-Troy Road in Burton…
This is one of the best run and most innovative greenhouses with the best variety of plants in my opinion. Love!
Joycie Hewitt-Mascio | Newbury, OH
Our Garden Center
We’re proud to say that our Garden Center is quite the gardening store and gift shop. Stop by and stroll through our beautiful plant selection from Astilbe to Zinnia, it’s a good spot to check out. Not sure what Astilbe is? Thankfully, the store is staffed by knowledgeable plant experts who are quick to point you in the right direction, or even point out which plants your cats won’t eat…
Everything looks absolutely beautiful. I will be back with my list of needs and wants. Thank you again!
Cynthia A. Pfund-Poole | Novelty, OH
Looking for a fun and easy spring or fall fundraiser? We offer fresh, quality flowers to help raise money for your school, church or organization. We now offer easy online ordering. Please contact us to discuss your fundraising needs.
Urban Growers flower fundraisers are easy to manage and we had a lot of success with ours! The company communicates well and the products are high quality.
Karen Loze-Retych | Middlefield, OH
Are you looking to update the beauty found within your community? Are you looking to brighten the streets, utility poles, walkways and even bridges? Then let Urban Growers provide you with the flowers and foliage you need to “beautify” your community