Red Cedar Gardens
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Red Cedar Gardens

Red Cedar Gardens

The Linda Garden

Oh what color!

Tropical Greenhouse

Find your perfect Fern

We are nestled in Red Cedars

Shop for Birdhouses and Garden Art

Our Shop

Full of Unusual Gifts and Accents

Our Fairy Gardens

Enter our world of Imagination

Ricki's Personal Garden

Visit with a Perennial Expert

Custom Arrangements

Order or choose an unusual Centerpiece

Welcome to Red Cedar Country Gardens!
A Garden Boutique and Nursery in Stilwell, Kansas


About Us

Nestled in a grove of Red Cedar trees, our small, family owned nursery has been a source of inspiration since the late 1980’s. We specialize in unusual annuals, perennials and shrubs hardy to our Midwest climate. We offer a wide selection of miniature shrubs and have an extensive hosta collection.

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Ricki's Notes

  • Fanciful Fall

    Dear Gardening Friends: The days of crisp mornings have begun and are so welcome. The gardens look great despite those hot, dry days of July and August. The rain has given a fresh look to the garden and we thankfully did not have much of those strong storms some of you experienced. Fall planting is upon us and we will have some beautiful choices of peonies in late September.

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  • Springtime Dreaming

    We have been trying to keep our hands out of the dirt these warm, late winter days, but the garden just had an extra early clean up. Those tender plants will just have to toughen up. Tiny crocus and iris say spring is really on the way. So do those new wedding series of hellebores with lots of ruffled blooms and the exotic foliage of arum italicum catches your eye across the greenhouse. A new batch of unusual pixie plants for fairy gardens are reaching for the sun, and our selection of tropical ferns give the greenhouse a painter's palette of Irish green.

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  • Spring Passion

    On this early February morning, the fireplace keeps us toasty as snowflakes fall on the garden. But tucked under that blanket of snow is the promise of spring. The January ‘thaw’ gave us the gift of warmth to work on trimming garden trees and cleaning up the perennial border, so we actually have a jump on spring chores. Our plants are snug under their winter cover, but if you peek under you see the Marsala (2015 color of the year) eyes of peonies, lake water blue iris beginning to green up and the welcoming jewels of hellebore buds.

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