Since 1966, the Center for Human Services and Cooperative Workshops, Inc. have provided meaningful work opportunities for men and women with disabilities. CHS Bloomin’ Gardens was established in 2014 to offer a creative, retail environment that offers opportunities for our individuals to explore new job opportunities while connecting with our community.
Thanks to generous donations from the estates of two long-time friends of CHS/CWI, Robert W. and Mark W. Mason, we were able to construct a state-of-the-art 5,760 square foot greenhouse, which we honorably named The Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center.
We are pleased to offer an extensive assortment of plants and flowers that are grown right inside our greenhouse. Our employees take great pride in knowing that what once was a tiny seed is now a hearty, beautiful plant or flower that they helped grow. Unlike many retail greenhouses, we welcome you to shop inside our greenhouse for a more enjoyable experience. You will be greeted with a warm smile and we are sure that you will leave with one, too.
At CHS Bloomin’ Gardens, our goal is to provide customers with excellent service and a large variety of quality plants and flowers at competitive prices. Our knowledgeable staff will be happy to answer any questions you might have about plants and flowers and will also provide you with valuable gardening tips. Come grow with us…and see what’s bloomin’ at CHS Bloomin’ Gardens!
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Container Gardening w a Twist
Bring a flea market treasure from home (approximately 12-15” planting area)& we’ll help you fill it up! Limit 1 container per class per person. Who’s invited: General Public
Container Gardening for Mom
Kid friendly! Get a 10” pot and enough plants to fill it up just in time for Mother’s Day Limit 2 kids per adult. Minimum age 6 years old
Learn all about Herbs. Planting, harvesting, drying & preserving. Take home 3 herb plants
Get tips and pointers on attracting pollinators and Monarchs to your yard. Take home 2 native plants to put in your yard