Southview Garden Center

50 Crusader Ave E
West St Paul, MN 55118 651-455-6669
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Consumer from SAINT PAUL, MN
Aug 19, 2014
I stopped there to look for Mums on August 17, 2014 and most of the plants looked terribly neglected. I was shocked because they usually have excellent stock. Many things looked like they were never watered. I sure hope this is an isolated issue and they get back on track because I've always thought they were among the best. There staff has always been informed and friendly.
Consumer from SAINT PAUL, MN
Apr 29, 2010
I've gone to Southview Gardens for years. It's not as large as Bachman's, Gerten's, or Linder's but that's one of the reasons I keep going back to Southview. Because it's a smaller garden center, it doesn't have the variety of plants that some of the others do (it's also not overrun with customers like the large garden centers). But, the prices are pretty good and I've had good luck with most of the plants I've bought from them. I had one plant for 6 years that came up one year very stunted--it only grew an inch or two instead of the 2 feet that it typically grew. When I asked one of the Southview staff about it, the first thing he asked was "Is it planted in a wall?" When I said yes, he told me that walls are bad when there's a winter with a lot of freezing and thawing like the previous winter. Walls apparently absorb the heat, warming the plant roots and then when it turns cold again, the roots freeze. I was told my plant wouldn't come back. It stayed at that stunted height for that summer but didn't come back at all the following year.