Axdahl's Garden Farm
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Looking for fresh, Minnesota grown produce or a beautiful hanging basket for your deck? You've found the right place!!
Welcome to Axdahl's Garden Farm & Greenhouse, the place to shop for annuals, hanging baskets, and instant color gardens!. We also have a wide selection of perennials, shrubs and trees for your landscape. Axdahl's is home of the best sweet corn, green beans, tomatoes, pumpkins and other fresh vegetables available in Minnesota.
Axdahl's Garden Farm & Greenhouse is a family owned business located in the fertile St. Croix Valley of Stillwater, MN.
Axdahl's Garden Farm & Greenhouse is proud to be licensed by Minnesota Grown and certified by Food Alliance Midwest.
''Axdahl's grow the best sweet corn I've ever eaten, and I've eaten a lot of great corn. You could call me a corn connoisseur! I'd never buy fresh produce anywhere else but Axdahl's Garden Farm,'' says Nancy Bartie, loyal customer of Axdahl's.
Axdahl's Garden & Greenhouse is owned and operated by Brian and Leslie Axdahl. ''We have lots of great employees from the area during our busy harvest season,'' says Leslie. ''Stop by for a visit, and you may well see one of your neighbors working with us out in the field or at our garden farm and greenhouse.''
So, stop by our stand or visit us at the St. Paul Farmer's Market. Either way, we hope to see you soon!
Spectacular sweet corn and the taste of summer! Fresh favorites include Axdahl's famous sweet corn, green beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, melons and more. Visit our website for more details!
- Decorative Combo Planters & Beautiful Hanging Baskets
- Gorgeous Annuals Sold In 4-Packs & Flats of 48!
- Minnesota Hardy and Native Perennials
- Ornamental Grasses & Trees, Fruit Trees, and Hardy Shrubs
- Roses and Vining Plants- Unique Herbs- Garden Care Items
Whom to Contact
- Brian Axdahl
- Leslie Axdahl
7452 Manning Avenue Stillwater, MN One mile north of Hwy 36 at the intersection of Manning Ave. and Cty Rd 12 (also called Myrtle Street and 75th St.)