5721 Bells Ferry Road, Acworth

Busy B Plant Supply

For tropical plants, exotic houseplants, and other unique garden elements, look no further than Busy B Plant Supply in Acworth. Owned and operated by husband and wife duo Brandon and Caitlin Robinson, Busy B is a family-focused gardening destination.

On the property you’ll find a wide variety of topiary, yard art, and pottery in addition to an impressive collection of plants. Along with Brandon’s fourteen years of industry experience, the couple works with a network of companies all over the Southeast to curate an excellent mix of flora. In addition to more than one thousand houseplants ranging from common to rare, you will find fruit trees, seeds, and garden products such as soil and fertilizers. Busy B also offers many other goods, including Adirondack chairs, local honey, and locally made candles.

Busy B is a place where the family can gather, especially on weekends, when you’ll often find coffee or food trucks there in nice weather. Kids can pet the chickens that roam the grounds while parents search for their perfect plants.

Brandon and Caitlin strive for superior customer service and pride themselves on the community connections they’ve made in just two years of being in business.

Hours of Business:

Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.

7470 Hickory Flat Highway, Woodstock

Buck Jones Nursery

Buck Jones Nursery is happy to be celebrating their fiftieth anniversary in 2022. While the fifteen-acre landscape supply nursery in Hickory Flat opened in 1992, owner Arthur A. “Buck” Jones and his wife, Mary Jane Jones began their company in 1972 from the headquarters located in Lawrenceville, GA.

The company is still family-owned with several members of the Jones family taking active rolls.  Buck was a man everyone admired, sadly passing away in 1999. He was dedicated to helping his customers become successful and inspiring them through plants. He instilled principles of respect for customers that are carried on today by a dedicated staff of experienced horticulturalists.

As the spring planting season begins, the staff at Buck Jones Nursery invites you to visit the Hickory Flat location. By working with high-quality growers from across the United States, the nursery supplies the newest and highest quality plants on the market. Homeowners and landscapers alike will find a variety of large and small trees and shrubs, fresh sod cut to order, groundcovers, perennials, native & edible plants, soil amendments, natural stone, mulch, seed, and much more.

Buck Jones Nursery is grateful for the generous support the community has shown the nursery over the last fifty years. If you haven’t visited, make a point to stop in to see what you’ve been missing.

Hours of Business:

Monday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (March 5 – June 11)

450 Marietta Road, Canton

Cloud Supply

Celebrating its twenty-fifth year of business, Cloud Supply is the local supplier of all things feed and seed and lawn and garden. A family business, Cloud Supply was started by father and son, Sam and Walker Cloud, in 1997. Emphasis on family has never slacked, and Walker’s sons now work at the business too.

Located at in Canton, Cloud Supply works with both homeowners and gardeners as well as landscapers, offering a variety of mulch, soil, stone, and gravel. Calling all gardeners! In spring you’ll find vegetable plants such as tomatoes and peppers, as well as bulk seeds sold by the scoop. Beautiful hanging baskets of ferns and mixed flowers will be available in the spring season as well.

For landscaping Cloud Supply has a large selection of power equipment, from Snapper and Simplicity lawnmowers to handheld Echo products like blowers and chainsaws.

A major draw for many customers is Cloud Supply’s delivery service. The ability to deliver any amount of mulch, soil, sand, or gravel to your project makes Cloud Supply a versatile business. Walker Cloud encourages you to stop by. He says, “Family business is what we are and it’s what’s kept us going in this community for twenty-five years.”

Hours of Business:

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed on Sunday



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