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

NEW HOURS for: November


Starting November 2nd

Monday through Friday 9:00 - 5:00
Saturday 9:00 - 5:00
Sunday 10:00 - 5:00

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

Specials

Select shrubs now

25-50%OFF

 All Ornamental Grasses are 50% OFF

 

Select roses now 30% off 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Valid while supplies last. No Limit
Not valid with an
y other coupon or offer.

 

No Guarantee of any kind on Sale Items

 

New @ Cahoon


We are proud to announce a new vendor line:

Kansas City Art Statuary

 

Firewood is now in stock.

 Stop in for fall harvest decor.

 We have Pumpkins, cornstalks, straw bales,

Pie pumpkins, mini-pumpkins and mini-gourds! 

We just received another shipment of

Art Poles. They are stunning and meaningful. 

 

 

 

 Coupons may not be used on Art Poles.
Art Poles are not discountable

 

 

Our History

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

 PROTECT YOUR TREE TRUNKS!!! Be proactive and get there before the Buck Stops at your home!!!  We have a new procuct to help!!


Stop in and pick up your fall Greenview fertilizer for the final feeding of the year, there is still time.

 Perennials are waning.  As your perennials turn yellow and brown, you can cut them back so they are ready for this winter.