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Welcome to Tonkadale Greenhouse

Annuals & perennials

Tonkadale showcases the best and brightest annuals and perennials each spring. We think this is something to brag out.

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Fairy gardens

Miniature plants, fairies and accessories bring magic to your home and garden. For fairy gardeners, this is the place to be.

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Container gardens

The designers at Tonkadale are always busy creating container gardens for all seasons. It’s all about color.

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Seminars and events

At Tonkadale Greenhouse, we offer seminars, workshops and other events to share our expertise and experience with you.

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Tonkadale Greenhouse

Blooming and growing in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area

Tonkadale Greenhouse, serving the Minneapolis-St. Paul areaTonkadale Greenhouse is located in a quaint residential community in Minnetonka, Minnesota. We offer an extensive selection of plants and flowers, including annuals and perennials, herbs, vegetables, succulents, African violets and tropical plants.

Our specialties include our fairy gardens, container gardens, and custom designs for every season. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will guide you and inspire you as you build your creation.

Tonkadale Greenhouse will offer valet parking on certain days during the busy spring 2015 season to alleviate parking congestion. Cost will be $5.00 per car, and proceeds will be donated to community organizations. Please check the schedule for dates.

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Welcome to Tonkadale. Plant the Planet!

Jessie Jacobson, Manager

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