Welcome to Tonkadale Greenhouse
Annuals & perennialsTonkadale showcases the best and brightest annuals and perennials each spring. We think this is something to brag out.
Fairy gardensMiniature plants, fairies and accessories bring magic to your home and garden. For fairy gardeners, this is the place to be.
Container gardensThe designers at Tonkadale are always busy creating container gardens for all seasons. It’s all about color.
Seminars and eventsAt Tonkadale Greenhouse, we offer seminars, workshops and other events to share our expertise and experience with you.
Blooming and growing in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area
Tonkadale 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.
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Summer events 2017
We have a full calendar of summer events and workshops! The highlight is our second annual Pollinator Day, set for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 30. Get the details here!
Other events on the schedule:
- Wednesday Walkabouts, 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays, June 21 through Aug. 30. Guidance on perennial gardens from our expert staff.
- Fairy Garden Friday, 10 a.m. to noon on 18.
- Cactus/Succulents Container Garden Workshop, 10 a.m. on Aug. 19.
Please check our Events page for the flyer and more details. Some events require pre-registration.
Welcome to Tonkadale. Plant the Planet!
Jessie Jacobson, Managing Director
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