Moyer's Nursery is a destination garden center.  
Our mission is to be a responsible leader in the Massillon
Community while providing a stimulating and enjoyable
shopping experience in a garden center that is admired for
its quality service and innovation by our customers,
employees, and the nursery industry.
 
"GOOD BUSINESS AND GOOD FRIENDS - IT'S A GOOD COMBINATION!"
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A Gift That Grows
Consider giving a gift that grows… a Moyer’s Nursery gift certificate!
Give the gift of gardening!
The perfect choice for…Holidays, Mother’s Day, Birthdays, Father’s Day,
Anniversaries, In Remembrance, or just to say Thank you!
Our gift certificates are available in any denomination.  
They’re perfect for anyone who enjoys the outdoors, the beauty of nature,
and gardening.
 With a Moyer’s gift certificate,
you’ll always know that you’re giving the perfect gift!
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Come Grow With Us!
Ladies Night - Spring Preview Event
Thursday, May 10...5:00-7:30pm

Let's Celebrate!  
Please join us for our annual Ladies Night.  Enjoy a
relaxing evening out, with friends, while you preview
exciting new selections of annuals, containers, garden
gifts, and much more!  Complimentary hors d'oeuvres,
desserts, and drinks...
Along with an extra special gift with any purchase.  
(Ladies Night purchase only).  

An RSVP is
appreciated,
but not required.  
330.832.0889

In Bloom since 1978!
EARLY SPRING CHECKLIST...
Check for signs of growth.
Did you remember to plant snow crocus last fall? If not, cut
forsythia or magnolia branches to bring inside for forcing
to get a dose of early spring color.

Prep the beds.
Remove winter mulch or, if well composted, work into the top
layer of the soil. Work in some leaf mold or well-rotted manure,
too.

Prune.
Now is the time to trim fruit trees if you didn't prune in winter.
Prune before buds begin to break into bloom or you'll stress the
tree and get a tiny crop (or possibly none).

Divide perennials.
Before plants have begun spring growth is a good time to divide
many perennials. Share some divisions with your friends this
year.

Perform basic maintenance.
Check stonework for frost heaves. Check and clean the deck
now so you don't have to do it later; make any repairs.

Start seeds indoors.
You've spent the winter reading seed and plant catalogs, so try
some.

Plant veggies.
Hardy vegetables, such as onions, potatoes, artichokes, and
some lettuces, should be planted now.