All Year - (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Apple Trees, Peach Trees, Cherry Trees, Pecan Trees, Elderberry Shrubs, Persimmon Trees, Raspberry Bushes, Blueberry Bushes, Blackberry Bushes, Grape Vines, Native Shrubs, Native Trees, Plum Trees, Pear Trees
Our sales yard is open year 'round. To confirm seasonal hours of operation, call 615-597-9560 or go to www.bertdrivernursery.com.
We are at the site of the old DeKalb Drive-In Theatre just west of the Smithville City limits on US 70.
We have over 500 species of trees and plants from the most common to the most unusual, including natives and edibles. We have 7 acres of tees, shrubs, perennials, and fruit trees with an emphasis on the Japanese Maple and "west coast" material such as laurel, topiary, and unique evergreens.
We are also home to The Burlap Room, a space for live music and local craft beer.
We have a peaceful and pleasant environment surrounded by good vibrations along with a knowledgeable and entertaining sales staff always happy to answer your
questions and eager to pass along our horticulture knowledge.
Last modified: Tue Jun 18 2019
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