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Merry Christmas!

Our greenhouses are full of beautiful poinsettias and cyclamen. Do you want want to get into the Christmas mood? Come and see our selection. We may not have Santa, but we do have what it takes to get you ready to celebrate Jesus' birth

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At Miller's, it is all about quality as it always has been since my Great Grandfather started it all.  Sure, you could find similar flowers at the those big retail stores, but we guarantee that our flowers will last longer and look a whole lot better.  If you are ever unsatisfied with the quality of any of our products just let us know and my wife, April, and I will take care of you!.

​~Dave Miller


Our feature plant...

Poinsettias, Poinsettia, Poinsettias!


Bright and colorful, poinsettias are nearly synonymous with the Christmas season. They provide you with a wealth of opportunities for holiday decorating.​

To keep them looking good, give poinsettias a sunny, south-facing windowsill or bright filtered light. Don't press them close to a cold windowpane however, because this can damage the leaves. Keep them at about 68 degrees F during the day, and cooler at night, to prolong the display.​

Poinsettias should be watered regularly and kept evenly moist. Never let plants sit in water; always empty their saucers or planters shortly after watering.​


With proper poinsettia care after Christmas, you can get a plant to perform again. Water it until mid-spring, then let it dry out and allow the stems to shrivel. Keep it cool. At the end of spring, cut all growth to a couple of inches above the soil and repot it in new soil. Water well and keep it warm, feeding it with houseplant fertilizer when new growth appears. A month later, move the plant outside to a shady location, pinching out the growing tips in midsummer, before returning it indoors. Give it a sunny spot, watering and feeding regularly; then from mid-autumn, keep the plant in total darkness between 5 p.m. and 8 a.m. It will then re-flower and produce colorful bracts.

Top Tip: Leaf Drop

It's common for a few poinsettia leaves to turn yellow and drop off when you first bring them home. Don't be alarmed — the plant is just reacting to its new living conditions.

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Hours

Monday thru Thursday: 8:30am -5:30pm

Friday: 8:30am -4pm

Saturday: 8:30am -4pm

Sunday: Closed


High Quality Flowers Since 1835


Annual and perennials for all seasons. We specialize on wholesale and retail of high quality plants grown on site.