Welcome to Cory's Wildflower Gardens located in south central Ohio on 7 acres of rolling hills with lots of shade and 2 small streams. This is a hosta wonderland. We have over 500 different cultivars of hosta.Robert Cory has been in business raising and selling plants for 63 years.
Plan to spend no less than an hour walking the paths enjoying the native trees and flora.View the hostas in the landscape at their very best.
Hostas are in 1-5gal containers on some tables,under trees: most are in raised beds to be dug for you. We now have 1500 feet of raised beds to improve plant quality.There are no greenhouses here. Some hosta cultivars sell out early in the season.
Helleborus are in 1-2gal containers;Royal Heritage Strain
At present we do not accept orders or ship.. No credit cards accepted Personal checks or cash accepted
Hours:10:00A.M.-8:00P.M. 7 days a week including holidays
March 15th-October 1st
***Wear your walking shoes***
Location:1461 Valley Drive,Chillicothe,Ohio 45601
Contact: Robert or Carolyn Cory 740-774-1771 e-mail:email@example.com
Hostas Peonies Wildflowers Ferns
Pulmonarias Helleborus Hardy Begonias
INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE
ON ALL HOSTAS
1-5 gal containers or we can dig from tens of thousands of field-grown hostas; there are no greenhouses here No hosta is over $10.00 + tax regardless of size or number of eyes Some varieties will SELL OUT EARLY The sale is effective from now and as long as I am able I turn 87 years young August 17th
Potted helloborus-mixed colors in 3 quart pots
8-10"tall fieldgrown $3.75 plus tax each
2014 This year we no longer will do Garden Tours
We have HARDY BEGONIAS 1-2gal pots $7.50 + tax in Fall only
To keep prices down we do not publish a catalog
Directions: Take RT50W.,pass Dogwood Apts.,turn left on Stanhope Drive,then right on Valley Drive. We are at the dead end of Valley Drive. If you get lost just give us a call
When the wildflowers and daffodils go dormant,thousands of hostas cover the area
Each March, Cory's Wildflower Gardens becomes a sea of blooming Daffodils,Narcissi and Bluebells. To the already existing planting,Robert added 10,000 bulbs in 2010 and another 7500 in 2011. Two years ago he started what he calls "The Daffodil Project".Vases of daffodils are delivered to the residents of surrounding nursing homes for the 3 weeks the flowers are blooming. Volunteers of individuals and church groups donate their time and energy once a week for 3 weeks. They fill the vases and deliver them to 15 nursing homes in 5 counties. If it were not for these dedicated individuals this project would not be possible. Cory's Wildflower Gardens extends a big THANK YOU of appreciation to all those involved.
2014 Trillium grandiflorum
all with buds;$4.75+tax
available in Spring only
2014 Digging Peonies
We dig Peonies August 15 thru October 1st
Alot of the plants are extra large
You get all the roots and eyes from each plant
This website last updated January 10,2014
This site created/maintained/photos by Carolyn Plumley-Cory