Nodding Onion Gardens

Native Plant Nursery

Where Wildflowers Grow

Columbia Station, Ohio, USA

 

About Us

An Ohio Native Plant Nursery

 

Owned and Operated by Beth & Marty Coyne. Our nursery has been inspected and certified by the state of Ohio since 2010


Located - Columbia Station, Ohio, Lorain County -


Due to zoning laws our nursery is not open to the public. You are welcome to contact us in the spring of 2022 for plant availability


WCAS - Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society - Native Plant Sale - Going on now! August 2021


Shipping Plants - We do not ship our plants
older lady in pink jacket standing in fron of a table full of plants
Beth at frostville Farmer's Market
Pesticides, Herbicides and Fungicides


We do not use any type of "cide," which in Latin means "killer" or "the act of killing. Pesticides are designed to eradicate a wide range of plant problems, fungicides kill fungi and herbicides focus on eliminating unwanted plants.
backyard  full of leaves
Leaves from our neighbors!
our nursery 2020
Our Nursery - 2020
Our Native Plants
Organic Farming Practice

We propagate our native Ohio plants using organic farming principles, the majority of which are started from seed. This not only ensures that our stock remains diverse, strong and healthy it is our passion! We strive to procure Ohio ecotype seed, as it has a "history" with our region.

Seed Provenance

On our website, located on the bottom right hand corner for each of our plants is a record of where our seed was obtained. You will notice a large portion is ours!
Second Season 

Our Ohio native plants are sold in gallon pots (nursery trade) and in some cases quarts once they are in their second season and have survived an Ohio winter!

Our Secret 

Soil that is teeming with life! Oh, and lots of: pumpkins, leaves, hay and kitchen scraps that our community so generously collects for us!

Predatory insects are welcome with open arms!


car full of pumpkins
Pumpkins for our compost pile

With Gratitude to -

Marty Coyne - for handling the business aspects Nodding Onion Gardens. Don't forget those taxes! 

Roger Dahlin (my father) - For sharing his beautiful pictures and his willingness’ to experiment with our new plants,

Beth Reis (my sister-in-law) for kindly sharing her fabulous pictures.

Jim Whol - For his endless encouragement and generously gifting us with beautiful photos.

Webmaster - Beth Coyne