The 15,000-square-foot showroom features more than 100 sets of outdoor furniture, plus kitchens, fire pits, grills, rugs, fabrics, and accessories.
Founded in 1987, Casual Image is a family-owned local source for outdoor furniture, kitchens, fireplaces, and related accessories.
Located in Grant Park, GardenHood is dedicated to urban gardening, though it’s also known for specialty plants from exotic locales like Indonesia, China, Taiwan, and Vietnam.
Kolo itself, one of the first retail shops in the Westside district, focuses on upscale outdoor furniture and accessories.
Well off the beaten track, this East DeKalb nursery offers one of the most wide-ranging selections of hard-to-find cultivars of Japanese maples in the Southeast, a collector’s dream of unusual conifer cultivars, and more than 200 hosta varieties.
Pike is known for its reliable selection of indoor and outdoor plants, outdoor patio furniture, and landscape design.
What began as a Christmas tree business in 1982 now includes a cafe, a garden center, vegetables, a bird department, and gardening supplies.
This Alabama-based company opened its 20,000-square-foot Roswell showroom in 2008. It specializes in high-quality outdoor furniture made of resin wicker, cast aluminum, teak, and iron.
There may be no better plant for an Atlanta garden than the South’s signature shrub, the hydrangea. Certainly there’s no better place to find them than Wilkerson Mill Gardens, where Elizabeth Dean and Gene Griffith have turned their South Fulton nursery into a regional destination for hydrangea enthusiasts.
Neighborhood: Chattahoochee Hills