Bedding Plants2019-05-29T15:58:05+00:00

Radebaugh Greenhouses

Bedding Plants, Bedding Flowers

Looking for gorgeous bedding plants for your home or garden? If so, we invite you to stop by our beautiful greenhouse. We offer the best selection of beautiful bedding flowers and bedding plants in Baltimore. Choose from all your favorites. We have asters, daffodils, gerbera daisies, marigolds, pansies and more. All guaranteed fresh and affordably priced.

Radebaugh Florist & Greenhouses is a third generation, family owned and operated floral design firm. We operate a flower shop, along with our retail and wholesale greenhouses. All of these facilities are co-located on the same Towson area property. The address of our retail greenhouse isĀ 120 E. Burke Avenue, Towson, Maryland 21286. We are open Monday through Saturday, from 8:00 am through 5:00 pm. On Sunday we are open from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

We offer both annual and perennial bedding flower and plant options. The annual varieties complete their life cycles over the course of one year, or growing season. We label these annuals, based on their sun and drought tolerance. They will be marked as full sun, partial sun or shade. The perennials live generally live for more than one year, or growing season. their life span is directly related to the manner in which they are planted, the care the receive and the amount of moisture they have access to. We also label our perennials so that customers have a better idea of the type of environment each perennial is suited to. For larger, more mature plants, we place these in individual pots and containers. The small starter bedding plants generally come in trays. Our firm has the best selection of bedding plants and flowers that you will find in Baltimore.

 

 

 

 

Gorgeous Bedding Plants & Flowers

 

 

Growing Recommendations – Bedding Plants

The bedding plants we sell generally come in starter trays. Each plant will generally have a reasonably well developed root base. They roots are very fragile and should be handled carefully. The best way to remove a bedding plant from the tray is to push up softly on the bottom of the tray. The plant will generally pop up and can then be easily removed from the tray by hand. As is the case with most bedding plants, they perform much better in soft, well tilled soil. We generally recommend that you add peat moss to your flower beds or gardens to help with water retention. You can also add some cow manure to the soil to provide some base elements that enhance plant growth.