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The Little Greenhouse

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The Little Greenhouse is located on Harford Road about 5 minutes north of the Baltimore Beltway. For more than 35 years, owner Tom McBride and his staff have been one of the leading specialists in orchids and hardy tropical plants in the Baltimore area. Their expertise and extensive inventory is perfect for experienced orchid enthusiasts. If a customer is unfamiliar with orchids, the staff would love to help them start learning about these special plants, and The Little Greenhouse has everything growers need to get started cultivating. Customers should note that The Little Greenhouse is closed on Wednesdays. The parking lot is located directly off of Harford Road--just look for the "Orchids and Rare Plants" sign.
9845 Harford Rd, Parkville, MD 21234
(410) 661-4748
  • Accessibility Details: The building is at street level with no steps.
  • Hours: Mon, 9am - 8pm; Wed, Thu, 9am - 6pm; Fri, Sat, 8:30am - 1pm; Tue, Sun, closed
  • Hours: Sun - Tue, 9 am - noon, 1pm - 5pm; Wed, closed
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John Jacobs August 11, 2013 at 11:04 am
I WOULDN'T go here EVER again! My friend recommended the place,and I shouldn't of listened to him. IRead More was greeted by the first man nicely. Then after looking around for a bit things changed. A second gentleman had come in, and was working on potting plants. He was nothing but rude! I don't think I was ever talked to at another place of business like I was at The Little RUDE employee House! I will buy my significant other Orchids from the grocery store and will never spend a penny at this place.
Clayton Hillhouse April 13, 2014 at 11:40 pm
I live in Alaska. I needed lots of help to set up a three foot tall cork tree with a stag-horn fernRead More and epiphytes. the men at The Little Greenhouse gave me all the help i needed plus several plants at discount and another for free. They have survived the winter, are blooming, and making new plants. For another recommendation talk to Kirsten at www.gardenarchitecturellc.com Clayton Hillhouse, Soldotna, Alaska
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