The Sugar Pie Railway is rolling out for the season! Each Sat. & Sun. in October, 1-4PM, still just $6 per child. Package includes a train ride around the Fishin’ Hole to the Pumpkin Patch to choose a Sugar Pie Pumpkin. In warm ‘n cozy Grandpa’s Barn, decorate your pumpkin with supplies provided while enjoying fresh popped corn and apple juice or cider.
One adult can ride along free with child. Kids in costume can enter a drawing for Halloween prize baskets. Please purchase tickets by 3:45 at checkout building or in gift shop and check in at Grandpa’s Barn before boarding.
Experience our Fall displays as seen nowhere else! Treat yourself to a visit for a stroll through the garden center, courtyard and greenhouses all dressed up for the harvest season. Find Betty’s creation, “The Goddess of the Harvest” in the Mum House — she’s an all natural beauty! See the Great Pumpkin on Rusty, our old Ford farm truck, and visit with the pumpkin head family roasting marshmallows in the gazebo. From our head turning displays along 48 to the witch who had a bad landing in the goat pen, you won’t want to miss a thing. Fall family photos encouraged!!!
5 stars! The only place where I’ll buy plants. Phenomenal quality and a variety of options. ~ Becca M.
For 40 years, Grandma’s Gardens has had the privilege of serving our communities of the Greater Dayton and Greater Cincinnati area. Grandma’s Gardens is an award winning 14- acre family friendly garden center, gift boutique and landscape design center. We’re known for our park-like setting, paved pathways winding through landscaped displays accented by antique farm and garden tools, always fresh plant selection, and, of course — our atmosphere. We carry the finest, freshest nursery stock, fountains, pottery, garden art and accessories, unique gifts, packaged specialty foods, jewelry, handbags, fairy garden items, custom decor, and everything you need to create the gardens -and holidays- of your dreams! Come home to Grandma’s to see why we were voted “Best Garden Center” in the 2014-15-16-17-18 Best of Dayton polls by Dayton Magazine readers.