I actually discovered B&B Greenhouse in the 1970s through Papa Geno's Herbs, who used to rent some of their greenhouses. Most of the plants for sale are outside, but herbs and other plants are also inside some of the greenhouses. Annuals are in the areas shown here. The photos enlarge when clicked on.
Perennials and veggies are shown here:
I got permission to take pictures after I had most of my shopping done. Tigger was sitting next to a shopper on the counter where items are paid for.
Mary and Van are the owners, and one or both of them are always there when the place is open, and even when it's not. One of their daughters, whose name I know, but is not coming to my brain, also works there a lot, but wasn't there last night. Mary, who is walking the other way in the next picture, told me if I want to take pictures of blooms, I should go into the greenhouses.
So, off I went, and enjoyed taking sky pics, too.
There were pansies and violas growing alongside weeds on the edge of this greenhouse, which has the side raised, I assume to regulate temperature or harden off the plants.
There were different set ups and things to see in the different greenhouses. A lot of the plants were either already sold, or not for sale yet, but I was pleased to pick out a couple black and blue salvias. I saw a hummingbird a few times on the ones I grew last year.
Mostly sweet alyssums:
Ornamental kale, and I don't remember what else:
Lots of colors of petunias:
Lots of bleeding heart blooms!
Mary walked back to get some plants to carry out. We saw a robin near the hanging plants, and she said they sometimes make nests there.
Some of these in the next photo will need to be weeded before going out for sale, but the plants are doing well, and some are blooming. Shortly after I took these, Mary nicely told me they close at 7, if I was ready to come pay. I knew that, but when I looked at my watch, it was 7:20. Oops! They were good sports about it, but I felt bad.
Here's Van, (I hope I spelled that right), holding the plants I just paid for. I had bagged up all the asparagus that was left when I got there, and he told me he could've sold it to a couple other people. (Van and Mary, if you read this, the first close up photos I took of Mary didn't turn out very well, and Van, I really like this one of you!)
Here's what Mary was doing as I was paying:
I took these last 2 on my way out.
This is the shady area where shade plants are sold from:
I took more pictures than these, and had trouble deciding which ones not to include, so I ended up with lots, but am assuming you scrolled by some of them. :o) Here are my purchases at home:
I love B&B Greenhouses for the variety of plants, some of which are natives, and the fact that you can choose large or small pot sizes. There are actually more plants in the smaller size.