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Luxury Garden Center Inc., is Family owned and Operated. We strive to meet the plant, and landscape needs of our community and surrounding counties.

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With our sales yard stocked year round ranging from annuals, perennials, shrubs, grasses, to trees of small and large calibers. We are sure to have everything you need to complete your landscaping needs, including bulk rock, mulch, and topsoil.

We offer Railroad Ties, Edging, Fountains and many more items to spruce up your landscaping.

Open Year Round!

March-May hours: Monday-Saturday 8-6 Sunday 1-5

June-August hours: Monday-Saturday 8-4 Sunday Closed

September-November hours: Monday-Saturday 8-4 Sunday Closed 

WE Will be closed Thursday the 26 , Friday 27th, and Saturday 28th to celebrate Thanksgiving with Family. We Wish you a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving.

December-February hours: Monday-Saturday 8-12 Sunday Closed


   Located at 1757 W Main St., Glasgow, KY

     Give us a call today! (270) 678-5555



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