The snow has all melted, the mud has all dried up, and all across the Ticonderoga area, lawns and gardens are looking for fresh pops of color and our local greenhouses have the solution! Whether you are a local looking to fill your window boxes or a visitor looking for a little piece of the Ticonderoga area to bring home with you, we welcome you to visit one of our area green houses to see what they have in bloom this spring!

Tromblee’s Greenhouse & Gifts, Crown Point

A rusted antique pickup truck serves as a display for brightly colored flowers, in front of a rustic shop.

Tromblee’s Greenhouse & Gifts has been a staple of the Ticonderoga area since Sylvia and Bob Tromblee purchased the property in 2001. Fast forward to 2016, Renee Scuderi began working for Sylvia and discovered her love for all things plant-like. Two years later, the business transferred ownership to Renee and she’s been mastering her green thumb ever since.

Tromblee’s Greenhouse & Gifts consists of 5 greenhouses – three for retail, one for vegetables, and one for Fort Ticonderoga’s King’s Garden, as well as a gift shop. Within the greenhouses you can find a plethora of plants, flowers, vegetables, and herbs including: impatiens; cosmos; pansies; dusty miller; eggplant; strawberries; tomatoes; basil…the varietals are almost endless! The Tromblee’s team also has soils, mulch, and your other gardening needs on hand to make Tromblee’s Greenhouse and Gifts your one-stop shop!

Flowering plants hang from baskets in a greenhouse, with rows of small plants on tables below.

Within the gift shop you can find a beautiful selection of antiques, farmhouse décor, candles, repurposed furniture, and select local vendors including Buck Mountain Maple Syrup; Eugene Woods’ cutting boards, wooden spoons, and birdhouses; and Maiden by the Lakes’ rustic creations. Maiden by the Lake also hosts Make and Take classes at Tromblee’s Greenhouse. Check out her class schedule online.

A gift shop display featuring farmhouse decor, including lighted greenery, candles, and tea towels.

The greenhouses at Tromblee’s will be fully stocked by May 1st. The Tromblee’s team is ready to help fulfill your needs. “It takes a village,” says Renee, stating that the contents of the five greenhouses need constant maintenance from her amazing staff, including herself and husband, Dan. This team not only serves the plants, but the customers as well, ensuring you find exactly what you’re looking for, even providing specialized planters if needed.

Hanging baskets of flowering plants and plants on tables fill a tunnel greenhouse.

Tromblee’s Greenhouse and Gifts is open Monday - Sunday,10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Decker’s Flats Greenhouse, Port Henry

With 33 years of experience operating Decker’s Flats Greenhouse in Port Henry, Jim and Ronnie Cunningham are at the ready to help any gardener, from the most novice to the most experienced. Upon arrival at Decker’s Flats, you are most likely to be greeted by Jim, his calm demeanor welcoming you to the property and colorful plants surrounding you on all sides.

Bright pink potted geraniums sit in a greenhouse next to potted yellow zinnias.

No matter what you are looking for, Decker’s Flats likely has you covered. In Jim’s own words, “We have bedding plants from ageratum to zinnias and vegetables starters from artichokes to zucchini!”

Long rows of small pots of plants and hanging baskets of flowering plants fill a tunnel greenhouse.

In addition to all of this, they also carry herbs, perennials, soil, hanging baskets, Moo Doo products, and a limited amount of organic fertilizers and pesticide.

If your visit to Decker’s Flats Greenhouse has you dreaming of operating your own greenhouse, you are in luck! The Cunninghams are looking for someone who share their love of horticulture to pass along their business to. Check out their online business listing to learn more!

A man in a blue shirt and plaid jacket stands in a greenhouse next to plants.

Decker’s Flats is open Monday - Sunday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

My Hope Flower Farm, Ticonderoga

This Spring will mark Miranda Holman’s first season at My Hope Flower Farm, but her greenhouse and flower shop is on the site of Ticonderoga’s original florist, Mr. Gerald Abbott. The greenhouse was purchased from Francine Burke of The Country Florist.

Miranda has given the greenhouse a facelift and has made plans for more changes in the future, including the flower shop located directly behind the greenhouse. My Hope Flower Farm will be open starting April 29th. They will have a variety of annuals and perennials available. Throughout the season Miranda looks forward to offering a pick your own arrangement as an affordable option in the gardens.

This news business will be a welcome addition to the Ticonderoga area that will surely bloom and grow for decades to come.

My Hope Flower Farm will be open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Enjoy spring in the Lake Champlain Region, where there are always fun events, new businesses in bloom, and so much more to do!


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