Nodding Onion Gardens

Native Plant Nursery

Where Wildflowers Grow

Columbia Station, Ohio, USA


About Us


Marty and Beth wearing thier biking gear
Beth & Marty

An Ohio Native Plant Nursery 

Located - Columbia Station , Ohio, Lorain County

We are located in Columbia Station - Lorain County,  Ohio. However, due to zoning laws our nursery is not open to the public.

Where You Can Purchase our plants

The Majority of our sales take place at the Frostville Farmers Market, Located at 24101 Cedar Road in North Olmsted, Ohio 44070.

See our Events Dates page for details.
View from the top Big Savage Mountain - Greater Allegheny Passage with a bicycle sitting in the forefront
View from Big Savage Mountain - Greater Allegheny Passage 22 miles up!
A lady in a blue jacket standing under a blue farmer's market tent. Under the tent are lovely pots of green native plants .
Rae at our first market
A six foot colorful metal butterfly in wildflower garden at Deckers Creek
Deckers Creek Nature Trail

Marty and Beth Coyne

Marty and I own and operate Nodding Onion Gardens.The majority of our native plants are started from seed. We practice standard organic gardening principles. Our cold-frames are used only for propagating seedlings. Second season plants obtain their hardiness by weathering our Ohio (USA) winters outdoors.

Beth & Marty Coyne

A man with a green jacket and green hat tossing milkweed seeds on to a snowy field
Dave spreading common milkweed seeds

Flash Back 2010 Nodding Onion Gardens

Top image - Dave Dvorak, a retired Cleveland Metroparks naturalist encouraged us to go forward with our native plant nursery.

Image to left  - Rae Endreola the founder of Frostville Farmer's Market, felt attending the farmer's market in Oberlin, Ohio was a good place to show case our fledging native plant business.