Thieneman's-Creativity grows here !

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

2010 Summer Class Schedule


Come in and make something beautiful for your garden. These classes are great excuses to get dirty and the perfect outlet for all of your creative energy. As always, we are open to scheduling a class specific to you and a group of friends. Just call and speak with Peggy and hopefully we can set something up for you. 502.296.1499

Casting Leaves in Concrete: August 13th (Fri. 10am), August 14th (Sat. 2pm), August 15th (Sun. 2pm). Learn to make impressions of real leaves in cement, to use as a small birdbath, garden ornament, or coffee-table conversation piece. All materials supplied, but participants are encouraged to bring leaves. Once again, be sure to wear old clothes, just in case! $30.00 fee, advance registration is required.

English Troughs: September 10th (Fri. 10am), Sept. 11th (Sat. 2pm), Sept. 12th (Sun. 2pm.) One of our most popular classes – make a rustic hypertufa planter from cement, peat moss, perlite and water. All materials are supplied – and the best thing is that we’ll clean up! Be sure to wear old clothes since this is definitely a “hands-on” workshop. $30.00 fee, advance registration is required.

Make a Stepping Stone: September 17th (Fri. 10am) or September 18th (Sat. 2pm) Make your own work of garden art – a concrete stepping stone, finished with white cement and embellished with real leaves, stones, shells, or anything else to hand! All materials supplied, but you can bring your own embellishments if you’d like. $30.00 fee, advance registration is required.

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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!!