We are a family owned full service Florist & Nursery
Stop in or call for delivery of a special arrangement
Explore our old fashioned cottage-style gardens in the middle of urban sprawl, farmed free of chemical pesticides & preserved in perpetuity via the Maryland Environmental Trust between Baltimore and Washington. We warmly welcome individual and corporate clients.
||Visit Willow Oak for unique herbs, potted shrubs, many native shrubs and plants, vegetables, local cut flowers, and a wide selection of nursery stock. We strive to provide the best varieties of all different plants at a fair price. Herb plants and hand-crafted herbal products can be purchased at the farm, along with perennial and annual flowers, planters, and floral arrangements. Learn about earth friendly gardening in one of our many classes or enjoy a tea hosted by the pond. The farm has been featured in national publications such as Better Homes & Gardens, Garden Ideas, Country Home and Southern Living's Christmas Book. Make your yard into an oasis for your family, your pets and wildlife. Garden Tours and Talks are available by request. Call us at 410-551-2237 for more information.
Being Green, Being Responsible.
Willow Oak is proud to produce pesticide & herbicide free plants and cut flowers. Our farm cultivates our plants in an environmentally friendly, organic manner that lessens our footprint on the earth. We take pride in being a self-staining farm through our helpful farm animals. Also, we specialize in native plants that naturalize well in our area and help to feed our native wildlife. Our farm is not only a nursery but also a preserve for our ecosystem.
Conveniently located near Severn, Odenton, Gambrills, Millersville, Crownsville, Linthicum, Ft. Meade, Annapolis, Baltimore, and Washington DC
8109 Telegraph Road
Severn, MD 21144
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 am - 6 pm Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm
Hours can change due to weather conditions
Upcoming Classes & Events
Fall Harvest Festival October 28th
For every $10 you spend, you will receive $1 of Reindeer Money to spend from November to December 2017.