Visitors are welcome to the Cheesehead Garden by appointment only. Visitors are welcome to stroll through the gardens and view the 400+ different hosta varieties. The Cheesehead Garden was featured in The Green Scene on WFRV Channel 5, the Post Crescent, Northern Gardener, and the 2011 Garden Discoveries Walk for the Outagamie County Master Gardeners. If you would like to visit the garden, please use the contact me button on the web page.
June: Many of the hostas will be in their glory during this month. In late June some of the daylilies and other lilies in the garden will be starting to bloom.
July: Daylies and lilies will be in full bloom.
August: Hibiscus, Four o'Clocks, and other late blooming flowers will be in bloom. In late August most of the fragrant hostas will be in bloom.
The garden is not large, but I pack a lot in a small area. I am located in a residential neighborhood.
Are there plants available for purchase:
Yes, I usually have hostas and other perennials available for purchase. I have a hosta list posted on the webpage. The list is not always current, so contact me if looking for a certain hosta.
What payment methods do you accept: I can accept cash, local checks, and credit cards.
A visitor to the garden posted pictures on their blog.
Some other gardens/nurseries of interest near me are (within an hour of me):
Pondside Gardens in Kiel, WI - specializing in hosta
Edgewood Hostas in Kaukauna, WI
Solaris Farms - Daylily Farm
Wreath Factory in Menasha, WI
Honeymoon Acres in Chilton, WI
Mayflower Greenhouse in Hobart, WI
Rose Hill Gardens in Hobart, WI
Green Bay Botanical Garden
Bonnie's Greenhouse in Howard, WI
Green Handel Greenhouses in Appleton, WI
Gardens of the Fox Cities in Appleton (free admission)
Appleton Farmer's Market on Saturday morning during summer
Paine Art Center and Gardens in Oshkosh, WI
Stein's Gardens and Gift, Appleton, WI