Hidden Springs Flower Farm
Hidden Springs Flower Farm
PO Box 602
18581 County Road 4
Spring Grove, MN 55974
(763) 218-4540

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Hidden Springs Flower Farm
PO Box 602
18581 County Road 4
Spring Grove, MN 55974

Available at the Nursery

Potted peonies, perennials, flowering vines, unusual flowering trees, shrubs and evergreens. 

The nursery opens for 2019 on May 1st.  

Potted peonies including; the rare double red fern leaf peony, hybrid peonies, tree peonies, Itoh Tree Peony Hybrids, Fragrant and Award Winning Garden peonies.  

Sun loving perennials; Daylilies, Asiatic and Orienpet lilies, party colored cone flowers, fall blooming asters, tall and groundcover sedums, hens and chicks, balloon flower, tall garden phlox, monarda purple and red selections, Siberian Iris, wide selection of dwarf miniature iris, Campanula, Hardy Hibiscus and more .

Shade loving; Astilbe, Hosta mini to large, Blood Root, Jack in the Pulpit, Native Blue Woodland Clematis, Iris tectorum, Iris cristata, Brilliant colorful Coral Bells, Heucherella, Tiarella, Lamiastrum, Bergenia, European and native ginger

Vines; 20 kinds of repeat bloom and double flowered Clematis, native wildflowers, Variegated Honeysuckle Vine, our own introduction of the repeat blooming Wisteria Blue Moon, 3 kinds of Beer Making Hops (WooHoo!) 

Unusual Trees; American Beech, Repeat blooming, fragrant yellow Catalpa ovata, Ginkgo, Tulip Tree, Ohio Buckeye, Red flowered Buckeye 'Brioti', White Beam Ash, River Birch, Katsura Tree, Weeping, Dwarf and flowering crab apples including weeping forms that mature at 8-10' in height, pink and white flowered and red and yellow fruit for wildlife. 

Evergreens; Wide selection of ground cover Junipers, miniature Arborvitae in all shapes and color forms (except we don't carry the really common huge ones).  

NEW A very wide selection of dessert, baking, juice and hard cider apples on dwarf and semi-dwarf disease resistant Geneva root stock. including some of the best antique apples that require no spraying. You won't find these at the hardware store and some have been custom grafted right here by us because they are not available from any commercial source!

You will find fantastic, flavorful russets like; Ashmead's Kernal, Golden Russet, Reinette Zabergau, Roxbury Russet. 

Hard to find hard cider varieties like Brown's Apple, Campfield, Dabinet, Harrison Cider, Kronebusch, Red Byrd Bitter and Wickson.

Heirloom Apples grafted onto the finest new Geneva dwarfing rootstocks for manageable size, excellent disease resistance and quick cropping so you don't have to wait 5 years for your first apples. Long storing apples like; Baldwin, Black Oxford, Blue Pearmain, and Spitzenburg Esopus grown by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello!

For those who prefer not to spray chemicals we have a group of apples, both modern and heirlooms noted for disease resistance too. Just think chemical free apples fresh from your own trees. And the heirloom varieties we carry have incomparable flavors you won't find in the super market apples that have been stored for months. It doesn't get any better than that now does it?

Shrubs;Fragrant miniature lilacs, tall Japanese Tree Lilac and early blooming large lilacs, Fantail Willow, Pussy Willow, Scarlet Curls Willow,  Painted Buckeye, Bottle Brush Buckeye, Red Buckeye.  Colorful flowering shrubs including; Hydrangea in white or pink selections, Diablo, Centerglow and the new Minnesota Sunrise Ninebark and Royalty Ninebark, Spirea MertyAnn and Magic Carpet. 

Magnolia including pink, white, yellow flowers and seedlings from our own breeding program. Repeat flowering woodland magnolia too!

Minnesota Hardy cactus with colorful blooms in yellow, pink, peach and red.

All this and more waiting for you to discover something new and exciting for your garden this year at Hidden Springs Flower Farm.

Come for a visit and see what treasures you will find at Hidden Springs Flower Farm, Specialty Nursery. 

Please note: Cut flowers and potted plants, trees and vines are only available for purchase and pick up at the nursery. Plants available at the farm and nursery may include different peony varieties than those offered on the web site for fall shipping.

2019 Nursery Dates and Hours:

Open 10 am - 5 pm Wednesday - Sunday May 1 - August 18. Closed Monday and Tuesdays.  

We would like to list everything we carry but supplies change as the season progresses and rarer items sell out. We add items from our propagation program as they fill out their pots and are ready to go to a new garden home.


Wisteria Blue Moon Available at the nursery in #3 pots.  (Buchite 1997)

Wisteria Blue Moon was developed by Harvey and Brigitte Buchite and all plants are from cuttings of the original plant which we have moved to Spring Grove to enjoy at the farm where we now grow all of our plants. We are happy to offer this wonderful hardy variety of the Kentucky Wisteria. Hardy to -40 degrees F. it will bloom up to three times a year when planted in full sun. We offer large budded and blooming size vines in #3 containers for a reasonable price at the nursery. Sorry they are too large to ship.


[Available at the nursery in large pots only. ]

About the 2019 Apple Tree List Since we do some of our own grafting of a large number of different heirloom apples we never have a large supply of any one kind which allows us to offer a wide diversity of apples that include disease resistant, heirloom, eating, dessert, cooking, juice and both heirloom and some of the newest hard cider types. It takes time to produce these special trees. For example; trees grafted in the spring of 2017 will typically not be ready to sell until 2019. Some folks with small city lots are interested in the dwarf kinds that grow to about 6-8 feet tall while those with more space may prefer the semi-dwarfs that can grow to 15 feet. Dwarf trees need a support stake because the produce full size apples and lots of them. Some of the smaller semi-dwarf trees may need support and some of the larger semi-dwarf root stocks will only need support while getting established. We can help you with any questions you have. Some root stocks also produce better on loamy soils and some better on sandy soils. 

Desert Apples These make the best eating apples and are used fresh and also in salads. Blue Pearmain (An heirloom from England known for its long storing qualities and winter hardiness) , Novaspy (disease resistant hybrid of Northern Spy and Golden Delicious, sweet with good storage qualities), Bonkers (NY35 an un-official release from the disease resistant apple program in Geneva, NY but people are crazy for it. Very large dark red apples are very appealing for market stands.) Rubinette (An intense honeyed pear-drop sweet Swiss variety with the famous Cox Orange Pippin as a parent with just enough tartness to give it great appeal.) 

Hard Cider Varieties are used for juice or hard cider but do not make good eating apples. Brown's Apple, Campfield, Harrison Cider, Kronebusch, Dabinet, Redfield and Red Byrd Bitter.

Dual Purpose Varieties These make great dessert apples for fresh eating and can also be used in juice and hard cider blends as well as being good culinary or cooking apples. Many of these are rare heirloom varieties that have survived for centuries in some cases. Arkansas Black, Baldwin, Black Oxford, Golden Russet a must have russet apple for fresh eating and both fresh and hard cider. Newtown Pippin from 1795 American Colonies it is the main ingredient of an award wining fresh cider producer. Reinette Zabergau a deliciously flavored russet apple from Germany in 1885. Spitzenberg Esopus the famous apple of Thomas Jefferson 1790. Ashmead's Kernal an English russet variety from 1740. Roxbury Russet a top notch American russet apple from 1635! Wickson is a delicious sweet large crab apple perfect for snacking that also makes an excellent addition to fresh and hard ciders. It is our number one recommended pollinator for our other apple trees because it is so versatile. Saint Edmund's Russet is the earliest ripening russet and excellent flavored it is from England 1875. 

A note about russet apples: These apples have a rough brown skin that while some people find less than attractive conceal some of the richest and most flavorful apples ever grown. As you can see we are big fans of this group at Hidden Springs and have several more varieties that will be ready later this summer or in 2019 if the supplies last.    

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