Welcome

Aerial view of nurseryCahoon Nursery is a traditional garden center, and we have been serving discerning gardeners from Cleveland's western suburbs since 1948. Our emphasis is on customer service and high quality nursery stock. We offer by far the widest selection of plant material in our area, with hundreds of varieties of trees, shrubs, perennials, and annuals, and well over 600 varieties of Hosta. We also carry all the related products that contribute to successful gardening...soils, mulches, fertilizers and garden chemicals.

Our key employees have over 200 years of combined experience in the "green industry," and they are ready and able to help customers in any way they can.

Stop by and experience a garden center where plants are still more important than patio furniture.

Hours

April Hours:

 

Monday through Saturday 9:00 - 6:00

Sunday 10:00 - 6:00

 



 Cahoon Nursery will be closed on Easter Sunday.

 

 

27630 Detroit Road
Westlake, Ohio 44145
Phone: 440.871.3761  
Fax:440.871.5074

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New @ Cahoon

 

We have Easter Lilies, forced

   bulbs and flowering hydrangeas

 in the store.

 

 Pansies are in and looking

 Fabulous.

 

 We have a nice selection of quart perennials.

 



 

  

 

 

 

Our History

aerial view of displayCahoon Nursery was established in 1948 by Dr. and Mrs. Schwartz...
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Seasonal Tips

 Put a little color in your yard.  It is definately too early to plant annuals, but stop in and pick up some pansies or violas to add a dash of color to your entranceway. 

 Don't plant that vegetable garden too soon.  You can prep your vegetable garden by adding organic ammenities like cow manure or mushroom compost.  Remove the weeds, add the Poop, mix it all up and rake it out so you are ready when the weather finally breaks.

 Grab some indoor color for Easter.  We have forced bulbs in the store and you can put them in the house to add color, then plant them in the yard later in the season. 

 Get that pre-emergent down.  NOW is the time to put down a crabgrass pre-emergent on your lawn and also Preen your landscape beds.  Remember, pre-emergents do not kill existing weeds so pull any unwanted vegetation first, add ammenities to enrich the soil, then put down the Preen.  If mulch is needed, you can apply it over the top.