• Bloomington Valley Nursery
  • Come Visit!
    Bloomington's Premier Nursery
    Our nursery aspires to provide products, services, and education that we can be proud of.
    The combination of our plentiful inventory and diverse, knowledgeable staff guarantees that
    customers will leave satisfied.
  • Create your dream landscape
    Specializing in unique plants, we aspire to stock quality
    products that will bring something special to your home or business.


Landscaping

Bloomington Valley Nursery has extensive experience managing every
aspect of the landscaping process - ensuring that you will be provided with an end product to make
your home or business look it's best. Contact us today for a detailed quote and design sketch!


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To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.
- Audrey Hepburn

Garden Center and Plant Material

At Bloomigton Valley Nursery, we strive to bring you unique and high quality products. We encourage you to take a look at our extensive stock of ornamental trees, interesting conifers, and ever-gorgeous perennials and annuals. Make sure to check out our garden center to pick up that perfect accent piece to bring your landscaping or outdoor living space up an extra notch!

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Latest News

Recent posts from social media

September 28th, 2016

Do y'all have any Aesculus parviflora - Bottlebrush buckeye?

September 18th, 2016

I wonder if any of you guys would like to join our group too, seems like a good fit! I'd like to invite everybody to visit and follow, "The Survivors...Hardy Perennials of the Midwest," where there are daily contributions from gardeners in the Midwest and Canada, describing plants they have found to be especially hardy, beautiful, or fruitful in their own Midwest gardens: https://www.facebook.com/groups/593297904171092/?ref=ts&fref=ts We'd love to have you join us. Please also post an invite to your group at ours...it's all good!

September 12th, 2016

We have a nice assortment of deer-resistant bulbs in. Don't you love it when the hyacinth and daffodils pop up and say "Spring!" ?