Covid-19 Update

We are practicing social distancing and safety measures to keep our staff and our valued customers safe. Masks are REQUIRED indoors at the Garden Center. If you don't have a mask, we will provide one for you!

Edgefield Plant & Stone Center

Your Vision Brought to Life

Personalized Landscape Design Services in Greensboro, NC

Edgefield Plant & Stone Center in Greensboro, NC, is your local landscaping expert. As a single-solution for your landscape design needs, we’ll transform your outdoor space into a thriving and healthy garden that you’ll love. Our friendly and expert staff will assist with every step of the process; from the initial consultation where we learn more about your vision to overseeing the landscape installation and finishing touches. 

Wanting to start a garden, but unsure of where to start? Let our gardening expertise ensure you’re on the right track. If you’re having a problem with keeping your plants alive, we know what it takes for plants to thrive in this climate and we’ll work with you to pinpoint the issue you’re having. Our staff understands the common issues faced when maintaining a garden, and we’ll answer all of your landscaping questions to ensure success.    

Edgefield garden center in Greensboro, NC


Known for our helpful staff, we’re confident you’ll always have nothing but the best experience when you visit Edgefield Plant & Stone Center. Committed to helping novices and experts alike, you receive personalized, customer-focused service every time you stop by. From questions about your garden or to begin the landscape design process, we’re more than happy to answer any questions you have.


When you come to Edgefield Plant & Stone Center in Guilford County, you’ll always get the assistance you need. To learn more about how we can help your landscape design needs, call our store today to speak with a staff member. You can also reach out to us online for more information.  

Landscape Design

At Edgefield Plant & Stone Center, we understand the difficulties that come with bringing your vision to life. From start to finish, our staff takes your budget and preferences into consideration, ensuring your project is exactly what you want and doesn’t break the bank.    

Installation Services

It can be overwhelming to manage the installation of the plants you’ve selected, which is why we offer expert installation services. We’ll ensure it’s done correctly so your plants not only look extraordinary but thrive after the installation process.    

In-store Consultations

If you’re wanting to redesign your outdoor space but unsure of where to start, we offer in-store consultations. We’ll listen to what you’re looking for and bring your dream to life.  Call to schedule your consultation today!

2020 Bird Friendly Native Plants of the year

Big Bluestem

Purple Joe-pye Weed


Cardinal Flower

Black (Smooth) Alder

New Jersey Tea

Fragrant Sumac

Highbush Blueberry

Northern Bayberry

White Pine

Black Cherry

Sugar Maple

Why native plants?

Native plants benefit our environment, our birds and our local economy.

We see it pretty simply; native plants are a winning choice for gardeners because they are:


Native plants are easy to grow in North Carolina's climate. This means less maintenance and, once established, less plant care.

Earth - Friendly

Native Plants are made to endure North Carolina's pests, heat, cold, natural rainfall and other plant maladies. Fewer pesticides and herbicides mean a healthier, happier planet.  

Food for Birds

You will be helping birds raise their chicks, and who isn't happy about that? Birds need native plants to feed their chicks and to stay fed all winter. In the spring, birds pick off caterpillars to feed their babies. In the fall, the seeds and fruits from native plants are excellent sources of energy for the winter.  


Since these plants are made for North Carolina, after the first year these selections often grow with little coddling. Plant it and forget it.  


Native plants are gorgeous. If you haven't seen a beautyberry with fruit or a Coral honeysuckle in bloom, we suggest you take a moment and do an image search. These native plants are great additions to your garden over time. We're not recommending a total plant makeover, but just adding a few of these species to your backyard can make a world of difference for birds.


We're actively working with Audubon North Carolina to offer a select list of native plants. Find out what made this year's "Native Bird-Friendly Plants of the Year".
Stonework with native plants