Welcome to Full Bloom Nursery!
6662 Holly Springs Road, Clermont, Ga. 30527
est. 2003

"We're not just growing plants, 
we're growing a lifestyle."

 Hours: 

 Monday thru Friday: 9 am to 6 pm
Saturday: 9 am to 2 pm
Closed Monday, May 25th for Memorial Day


Full Bloom Nursery-
Hall County Agribusiness of the Year 2007 

Gainesville Rotary Farm Family of the Year 2011
6662 Holly Springs Rd.
(Hwy 283) Clermont Georgia, 30527

) Phone: 770.842.2345
     Fax: 770-983-7575

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Kellie and Tim Bowen 
(Owners of Full Bloom Nursery)
“Your garden will do for you in proportion to 
what you do for it”.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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by the Season
"A callused palm and dirty fingernails precede a Green Thumb."
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This page was last updated: May 23, 2015
Come shop a true nursery.... We have over 4 acres of perennials, landscaping shrubs, and trees in stock and 6 greenhouses that we propagate and grow plants in. You won't find a bigger selection of healthy plants at affordable prices so come see why thousands of people in our region have shopped with us!

Thanks to everyone who has helped us become one of the largest retail nurseries in northeast Georgia. We are honored to provide a service to our community, and to be a source of relaxation for our customers. Our plants are healthy and we only sell varieties that are suited for our climate. That means they'll thrive in our Georgia conditions. 

In other words, 
"Our Plants Live...... or Die Trying"!

Our line of "Toe Ticklers" are groundcovers that are perfect for filling in between stepping stones, spilling over a retaining wall, or covering a space where grass is not desired. We have hundreds of them for sun or shade.
Tim & Kellie with legendary UGA coach, Vince Dooley on October 2nd, 2010. Coach Dooley was here for a book signing and he stayed 2 hours longer than planned because so many people wanted to meet him and purchase books! Coach Dooley's newest book is "Vince Dooley's Garden- the Horticultural Journey of a Football Coach". 
Visit his website: Vince Dooley's Garden
Links to Some of Our Favorite Websites
 Honeybee waits for someone to pet her.
We love dogs but ask that you please don't bring yours, with the exception of certified service dogs. We've had too many instances when we have stepped in the "presents" the visiting dogs have left behind that their owner didn't bother to pick up. Then there was the time that someone's German Shepard attacked our sweet Honeybee and had her by the throat. Unfortunately, a few inconsiderate folks have forced us to adopt this policy.
Succulent Table & Chairs- let our displays give you creative ideas. 
Over 4 acres of plants in a natural garden setting!
Listen to God's Thoughts on Lawns- a humorous story on what God might think about humans and their lawns, produced and recorded by WDUN's Bill Wilson. 

Be sure and check out our pages on annuals, perennials, vegetables, trees, etc (the purple tabs at the top of this page) for a wealth of information and growing tips on specific plants. 

We encourage you to compare our prices and quality and are confident you will find what thousands of folks already know- we are the place to shop for landscaping projects.
Our knowledgeable staff loves plants and will help you pick the right plant for the right spot. 
Kellie Bowen from Full Bloom Nursery and Gene Anderson, retired County Extension Agent, co-host Homegrown, a live radio gardening program on North Georgia's Newstalk, AM 550 and FM 102.9 WDUN Saturday mornings from 10 am to noon. You can tune in on the radio or log onto WDUN's website and click the "listen live tab" at www.wdun.com
Perennials and groundcovers in one of our propagation houses. We grow our own right here at the nursery.
Have you ever heard the story of 
"The Daffodil Principal"?
I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm free. And I won't forget those  who died who gave that right to me.
Please, just say NO to mulch volcanoes! In the photo above, mulch has been piled up high against the trunk of the tree. It will slowly smother and stunt the tree, along with creating a dark and damp environment for fungal diseases and wood boring insects to live happily ever after. Think about it.... when was the last time you saw Mother Nature do this? 
Who We Are

First and foremost, we farm. We grow & sell plants but we also have a working farm where we raise cattle, ride horses, and bale hay. We love the land and we love raising things. From baby calves to crops of plants, it's all interconnected. Below is one of our hayfields in summer and it's where you will find us in the hot summer months. "You gotta make hay while the sun is shining" is an old wise saying meaning that you better get to work when the work can be done. 

We spend some of our slow time riding and showing horses with the family.

In the winter, you will find us in the greenhouses growing things. In the spring, we will be at the nursery taking care of folks with "Spring Fever" and in the field watching baby calves come into the world. To the hayfield we go in summer, and in the fall we are back to selling plants for the planting season. It's a cycle we love and it keeps us busy. But that's ok, we like busy. It sure beats idle!


Our Plant Policy:

We are determined to sell quality plants at great prices. We have built a name for our business by word of mouth and would never knowingly sell unhealthy plants. We constantly receive compliments from our customers that our plants out-perform the big box stores  because they are well cared for and being locally grown, they are acclimated and go through little shock when planting in local gardens. 

However, there are a lot of factors which can cause a plant to die as it is a product of nature. Georgia red clay, late freezes, root nematodes, rodents, digging dogs, voles, improper watering - just to name a few - can cause the demise of a healthy plant. Unfortunately, we can not afford to replace plants. We would rather offer quality plants at lower prices. Large retailers offering a plant guarantee build the rate of returns into the price of their plants and this has been a major factor in the steadily increasing price of plants in the past few years at many stores. 

Very few customers ever have a problem with our plants. When we have a crop of 200 identical Azaleas, for example, and only one customer who bought some of that crop 
has a problem, we know that something happened to it after it was planted.
We are always available to help you understand what may have gone wrong with your plant, and we recommend you send us an email or drop by as soon as you see a plant looking unhappy. Many times we find the problem is something as simple as too much sun or not enough water and if the problem is remedied quickly, the plant can be saved.  
If you think that the big box stores are a better value and price, THINK AGAIN! Below are examples of "ours vs the big box stores" including Lowe's and Walmart. 
Our Talavera Pottery is hand painted and no two are exactly alike. Steeped in tradition and rich in history, Talavera pottery was introduced to Mexico by the Spaniards in the 16th century. Truly a unique one-of-a-kind pot to be filled with flowers and foliage. Beautiful (and whimsical) art at an affordable price. Makes a great gift!
Our perennials- $6.00 Their perennials- $6.44 
When comparing price, consider quality and value, also. Below are plants at a big box store. 
From the left, shrubs crammed and crushed onto a metal rack. On right, stressed and dying annuals. 
This is no way to merchandise and sell plants!
Gardening is very simple, really. You just have to think like a plant.
Compare price and value! Our Strawberry Sundae Hydrangea, above, is a large plant in a 3 gallon pot for $25.00 
Home Depot's small plant in a 1 gallon pot is $36.99

Check it out: Home Depot Price

Check out our Facebook page often to see what we're up to and get helpful tips. Like us & share!
This Week's Spotlight:
Notes From the Field....
We are your headquarters for summer color! We grow our own bedding plants here and we have fresh stock daily! Lots of roses in stock in many colors (see below). Check out all these new photos from the nursery taken May 12th. 

The greenhouses are full and bedding plants, hanging baskets, perennials, succulents, roses, evergreens, hydrangeas, Japanese maples, plus much more are in stock, ready to go and looking beautiful! 
We have a great selection of beautiful Kimberly Queen patio ferns. Their nickname is "Sun Fern" because they can handle full hot sun on the deck or patio! Big plants in 10" pots for just $20.00.
Full Bloom Nursery office. In the window boxes are Bonfire Begonia, a trailing begonia for shade.
We've got a great selection of culinary herbs and 4" pots are just $2.50!
Big gorgeous Macho Ferns in stock. Perfect for a shady porch. Large plants in 10" pots are just $20.00. 
New shipment of roses now in stock! Julia Child (yellow, fragrant floribunda), Iceberg (white, fragrant floribunda), Traviata hybrid tea romantica (deep red ruffled bloom), Bubble Double (landscape shrub rose with double pink blooms), Carefree Celebration (changing colors of orange/red and orange/peach shrub rose), plus Sunny Knockout (yellow) and White Out (white Knockout rose) and much more!
Julia Child Floribunda Rose. One of the best roses ever developed!
Talavera Pottery & Salmon Patio Pot Geraniums
Dwarf Lantana in stock in many colors. Excellent in pots, needs very little water and deer won't eat it!