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Green Gate Farms

Green Gate Farms

. . .for all your green solution landscapes.

When landscape designers and garden centers want the best plants for their projects, they call Green Gate Farms. They know that Green Gate Farms makes creating beautiful and lasting commercial and residential landscapes easy and affordable.

Green Gate Farms is a leading wholesale grower of quality landscape plants specializing in groundcovers, perennials, ornamental grasses and now small shrubs! We grow a FINISHED product, not plugs or starter plants. Based in the central United States, our customers trust us to provide a high level of service, growing all of our products locally here in St Charles County, Missouri. We deliver within a 250-mile radius of Augusta, MO in our own trucks with weekly deliveries to St Louis and to Kansas City. Your plants will arrive as beautiful as they looked when they left the farm that morning! 

Green Gate Farms constantly seeks improved and new varieties for our expanding list of landscape plants. Our 2017 plant list counts over 200 varieties of top-notch perennials. This current inventory includes popular groundcovers such as sedum, ivy, vinca, euonymus, and pachysandra. Our perennials inventory boasts drought-tolerant achilleas, coreopsis, echinacea and rudbeckia plus landscape standards like hosta, coral bells and daylilies. Our complete line of versatile ornamental grasses includes feather reed, blue fescue, maiden grass, and prairie dropseed. And with the addition of shrubs for 2017, we'll carry classic favorites like Anabelle hydrangeas and Goldmound spirea along with new varieties just released this year!

Green Gate Farms a wholesale-only company and is not open to the public.  

Check out Wendy's Pick for more information and a weekly-changing photo gallery of new plants, staff, greenhouse shots and photos around the farm!


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                                           Aerial photo of Green Gate Farms circa 1990's