Wright Gardens

Wrightgardens.com is a family-owned and operated farm in central Alabama. Our family has been farming for many generations and began growing plants in the late 1960’s. In our greenhouses, we grow annual, perennial, herb and vegetable plants. We have also started growing flowering shrubs, edible fruits, and trees. Our mission is to spread the joy of gardening with excellent products and honest customer service.

Why Buy From Wright Gardens?

  • Large, diverse selection of annual, perennial, herb and vegetable plants online.
  • Guaranteed healthy, correctly labeled plants.
  • Orders shipped within 48 hours Monday-Friday or get $5 off your next order.
  • All plants propagated on site, ensuring quality and consistent supply.
  • Expert staff with many years of plant and garden knowledge.
  • Simple, Send a picture and problems will be taken care of.

Fox Farm Soil & Fertilizer

FoxFarm is passionate about producing the finest soil mixes, fertilizers, and micro-brewed liquid plant foods. They have an ever-growing list of OMRI Listed® and CDFA OIM Registered products for your organic growing needs!

Proven Winners

Proven Winners searches the world to bring you vibrant flowering annuals, perennials and shrubs that deliver the most beautiful garden performance. Every plant that is chosen to become a Proven Winners selection has passed a lengthy series of tests lasting two to three years. When you choose Proven Winners for your landscape, you can count on plants that will deliver exceptional quality, beauty, and something unique and interesting to the landscape.

How Birds and Other Flying Creatures Can Benefit a Garden

Seeds are planted, watered, washed with sunlight, charged with electrons during a thunder and lightning storm and nurtured to maturity. We as humans absolutely depend on this process. But so do the pollinators. Those hard-working players in this ecological balancing act are active in our gardens 24/7. Birds, bees, butterflies, moths, bats, beetles, ants and… Read More »How Birds and Other Flying Creatures Can Benefit a Garden

Black Flowers For Your Garden – 10 Almost Black Flowers

Black rose and black tulip has always been the dream of gardeners. We haven’t reached that dream yet, but we are getting closer. Flowers we call black, are actually very, very dark red or purple flowers, so dark they appear black to us. If you are like me, and want…