Thieneman's-Creativity grows here !

For garden variety that's anything but garden variety. 502-296-1499



We have been working our butts off cleaning, organizing, and mostly transplanting plants rushing to get everything just perfect before our opening. We will open our doors this FRIDAY APRIL 1ST with a SOFT OPENING. …meaning… we know everyone is anxious to check out our new digs, so come visit, but many of our plants are still small yet and purchasing car loads of plants should wait until after mid April. We are so excited to see all of your familiar faces and of course new ones. We hope that all of you are patient with us this first year as we are transitioning to our new place. We will not have the breadth of plants we’ve carried in the past, BUT we will have plenty still. Lynda has been full speed trasplanting peppers and tomatoes. Susan and Julie are fast at work on veggies like kale, broccoli, strawberries etc. Mom and I have been getting perennials potted up, and mom is dizzy from all the herb production she’s doing. Terry and I, when we aren’t running after our three boys, have been straightening up, decorating and putting up gates and signs. We know many of you are also wondering about MATER DAYS. it’s a go! FRIDAY APRIL 15TH, third friday in april, God willing and the creek don’t rise!!

our new address is:

coming from louisville, we are the second drive on the left just after 480 (aka cedar grove rd)

louisville rd (aka hwy 31E, or bardstown rd)


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HOW strange to greet, this frosty morn,
  In graceful counterfeit of flowers,
These children of the meadows, born
  Of sunshine and of showers!
How well the conscious wood retains         5
  The pictures of its flower-sown home,
The lights and shades, the purple stains,
  And golden hues of bloom!
It was a happy thought to bring
  To the dark season’s frost and rime         10
This painted memory of spring,
  This dream of summer-time. -JGW
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Announced by all the trumpets of the sky,
Arrives the snow, and, driving o’er the fields,
Seems nowhere to alight: the whited air
Hides hills and woods, the river and the heaven,
And veils the farm-house at the garden’s end. -JGW

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Closed for the Winter


We are officially closed for the winter as we transition to the new property.

There is a lot of work to be done !! See you in the spring.

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in the midst of moving…


September and October will be very busy months for us as we dive deep into moving greenhouses, plants and so much more to our new location. We will be open just a few more weeks, some plants are still available for sale. Any 4 inch perennials are still $1, gallon perennials are half off, and succulents are now $3. Come back and grab a few.  We will keep everyone posted with info and pics of the new farm through the fall and winter, and expect to reopen in March! Closed Thursdays and Sundays, open the rest of the week 10am to 4pm.

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Hours: Please call before visiting, our hours could change due to farmer’s markets, special events, etc.
Address: 315 Colonel Cox Road South 40013  ( Google Maps Link )
Phone #: 502-296-1499
Thieneman’s Greenhaus is a family owned and operated garden center, located in beautiful Coxs Creek, KY.
Two years ago we took a leap of faith and decided to relocate our garden center after the family farm sold.
We found a picturesque 10 acre farm just south of Mt Washington and we started settling in. After not quite 2 years now, we still feel like we’re moving in. But we thankfully didn’t have to skip a season.
We had a great first year, and it looks like we’ll have a great second year. We are extremely thankful our loyal customers followed us, and a bunch of new people have found us too.
We have been specializing in herbs and perennials for almost 60 years. Our herb collection is probably the largest in the area. For 15 years now we have grown a large variety of heirloom tomatoes, peppers and veggies. And we have a great love for succulents as well, our collection is ever growing.Our goal is to be your favorite local garden center known for unusual and hard to find plants. We love our plants!!