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Fall Hours

Tuesday thru Friday 9-5

Saturday 9-2

Shop north Georgia's largest retail nursery. We grow thousands of varieties of plants from the common landscape plants  to unusual plants not found in ordinary garden centers. Bring your walking shoes, the selection is endless......

Mark you calendar for our Free Fall Workshops Schedule:

Friday, September 29th at 2 PM- DIY Landscape Design. Kellie Bowen of Full Bloom Nursery and Host of the Homegrown Radio Show on WDUN will teach you how to pull it all together and plant like a pro. With decades of experience in landscape design and installation, Kellie will break down the necessary elements of proper design- in laymans terms- and show you just how easy it can be to design your own yard with confidence! See our Landscape Design Ideas Page to learn more. 

Friday, October 6th at 2 PM- Edible Gardening with Josh Presley. The best grocery store can be your own back yard and Josh

Presley, owner of Collar'd and Kellie's co-host of the Homegrown Radio Show on WDUN will teach you how to be successful with your fruits and berries. Planting schedule plus care and maintenance of edible plants will all be covered. 


Saturday, October 14th at 10 AM- Fall Container Gardening. Full Bloom Nursery's container gardening expert Cindy will teach you how to make fall/winter containers that pop! Pansies, violas, snapdragons, ornamental grasses, hardy herbs and so much more can be planted in combo for fabulous mixed pots and Cindy will show you how to pull it all together. 

Friday, October 20th at 2 PM- Trees! Hall County Extension Agent Garrett Hibbs will talk trees. Fall is the perfect time to plant trees and Garrett will discuss the proper varieties for our area, how to plant, plus care and maintenance.

Saturday October 28th at 10 AM-  Deer resistant Gardening. Full Bloom Nursery's deer resistant gardening guru Mary will help you with your deer problems! Her spring class was very popular so if you missed it, here's your chance to learn what to plant and how to keep deer out of your garden, just in time for the fall planting season.


Saturday November 4th at 10 AM- Bringing The Outdoors In. Full Bloom Nursery's Katie is our fresh cut flower expert and she will teach you how to make beautiful arrangements and centerpieces from your own yard to harvest for homegrown bouquets for the fall season plus Thanksgiving and Christmas table. It's the perfect time to plant shrubs and trees that provide berries, greenery etc that are perfect for those holiday centerpieces plus flowers that bloom in late summer and fall. 

Missed our workshops? Download and print the handout from the classes here:






Google review from Jake:
Recently I started landscaping my yard at my house along lake Lanier. I visited some of the intown nurseries along with some of the big box stores prior to visiting full bloom. At the time I knew nothing about them except what I saw on a local business advertising flyer. Once I arrived I knew I was at the right place. I was greeted by one of their resident experts and she took us on a tour to orient us on all they had to offer. I could readily see the large selection and how fresh everything looked. Our guide made us feel comfortable and was more than happy to teach us about all the plants they offered. That day we purchased many plants that were not offered at the local box stores. We planted them as soon as we returned and I can say after a few weeks they are thriving and have exceeded our expectations. We have been back for more and now consider this our go to nursery. It is fun to go there and walk through their gardens. They have enormous selection and variety with fantastic pricing for beautiful well taken care of plants and trees. I have never written an online review before but this unique place deserved it.





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