The Place To Go for Things That Grow.
One million. That’s the number of plants that Lee and Anne Niepagen have at Wendell Niepagen Greenhouses at peak season. The greenhouse, whose roots date to 1910, has been officially operating since 1963. It was established to grow produce to sell to all the “mom and pop” grocery stores in town. Today, Niepagen’s has a full line of annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, pottery and more.
“Wendell Niepagen Greenhouse always has the best plants and trees in town. The people are so friendly and willing to help. I love shopping there!”
– Kelly Y.
“Could not ask for better customer service. They treat everyone like family. Quality of plants and merchandise is excellent! Thank you Anne & Lee”
– Cathy M.
“We have bought flowers from other places and they NEVER turn out looking as well as when we get them from Niepagen’s!!! This is hands-down the best floral shop in Bloomington-Normal and they are so sweet and friendly! They give you that “small town feel” right when you walk in the door! Very knowledgeable! Gearing up for another season!!”
– Angie W.
“Been coming here with my family for years, this place is awesome! The staff is really friendly and helps answer any questions you have. Try to get there early in the spring season because they run out of certain things. ”
– Adam Hendricks
Classes & Events
Talk with us NOW about signing your club up for gardening classes and demonstrations. We’ll tailor a presentation to your group’s needs– annuals, perennials, shrubs, container gardening, etc. During our “busy” season, we can’t come to you, but you can come to us! Give us a call or stop by to schedule your class today!
Jump into Spring at our Open House on Saturday, 4/22 & Sunday, 4/23 from 9am-5pm.
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“Our goal at Wendell Niepagen Greenhouses & Garden Center is to provide the highest level of quality plants and garden products, outstanding service by friendly and helpful staff and the expertise of four generations of growers. We strive to educate our customers, young and old, to become successful gardeners for generations to come.”