We can assist you plan your landscaping, garden, and outdoor living spaces. If you can dream it, we can design it, build it and furnish it. We constantly are getting in new and unusual items all the time. Our stock changes frequently and we currently have a huge inventory on hand. We have over 3 acres of specimen trees and shrubs, native plants, aquatics, and unique hard to find and unusuals.


Contact Details

  City Little Rock, AR
  Zip Code 72223
  Address 15603 Cantrell Rd
  Phone Number (501) 221-1142

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Arkansas Gardens (Arkansas Garden Center) is a full service locally owned and operated nursery located at 9511 Hwy 107 (JFK) in Sherwood, under continuous operation since 1957. We offer a full line of trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials and seasonal & decor items. We are open 7 days a week, and only close 3 days a year. In addition to locally grown plants, we specialize in unusual perennials and patented Japanese Maples from across the country, plus 15 concrete bulk bins of bulk stones, soils of all type and single & double hardwood mulch, plus red, black, brown dyed cedar mulch, Same day delivery and planting services are offered.


Did you know that theArkansas Cooperative Extension Services offers free soiland plantanalysis? Read Below to find out how to use this service to improve the heath of your garden!


Do you know how to adjust the soil pH of your garden. Most garden soils have a pH between 5.5 and 8.0. This number helps you determine when and how to adjust your garden soil's pH level. If the pH level is below 6, the soil ls too acidic, and you need to add ground lime. If the measurement is above 7.5, the soil is too alkaline for most vegetables, and you need to add soil sulfur. In general, soils in climates with high rainfall -such as east of the Mississippi River (particularly east of the Appalachian Mountains) or in the Pacific Northwest -tend to be acidic.


Do you have crape myrtle bark scale? It's important to keep a close eye on your crape myrtles. CMBS was discovered in Texas in 2004 by a landscaping company. CMBS is an insect infestation that gestates in early stages underthe bark of crape myrtles and soon after spreads to the exterior of the bark causing black sooty mold to grow. The insect is spreading at a rapid pace through the south killing off many crape myrtle of old and new growth. Crape myrtle bark scale is easy to identify because it's the only scale insect that infests crape myrtles.


Don't forget you can buy a tree planting kit which includes everything you will need to plant your tree, including tree staking. The price of the kit is $43.99. Succulent plantsare always in style. With juicy leaves, stems, or roots, succulents form a vast and diverse group of plants, offering easy-care choices for your home. Plus, they look stunning planted.


Arkansas Gardens is proud to offer a wide range of free and paidservices: Design Recommendations - Bring pictures of your homeor lawn and let's discuss how to make itbetter Landscaping Design.