Celebrating over 60 years in business!

Since 1961, Garden Ave Greenhouse has been serving the Billings area with high quality products at reasonable prices. All of our plants are grown in our own growing facilities resulting in healthy, acclimated plants that will thrive when you take them home.

Browse our plant selection to find the right plant for the right place!

From the patio to the garden plot, we have the plants for you. Our greenhouse space is brimming with annuals including herbs and vegetables, perennials, hanging baskets and our great selection of Montana grown trees and shrubs are ready to provide shade, color, and beauty.

Looking for planters and yard décor? Shop our unique inventory of accessories and décor that will round out your outdoor space and liven up your yard!

Located on Garden Avenue, just south of I-90, come on down and see why we were voted the Best Garden Center in 2020!

We’ve moved all our pumpkins indoors. Enjoy your pumpkin and Halloween décor shopping inside our greenhouse! Hurry down for the best selection.

Fall is Here and Halloween is on the Way

Get out your carving tools and come choose the perfect pumpkin. Our selection is the best in town!

Pumpkins come in all different shapes and sizes; there are round ones, petite ones, stumpy ones, tall ones, and even lumpy/warty ones. If you’re planning to carve or paint your pumpkin, make sure the one you choose has a pleasing shape and fits your carving needs. When the time comes to carve a Halloween pumpkin, give free rein to your imagination. Draw the mouth first, followed by the nose and the eyes. To make the task easier, you could draw the face you want to create on a white sheet of paper. Cut out the different parts of the face and glue them on to the pumpkin with sticky tape that can be repositioned. Using a pen, outline the facial features, leaving enough space in between each shape so that the whole face doesn’t collapse when you start carving. With a very sharp knife, cut the pumpkin in a sawing motion and without exerting too much pressure. If you want to make an opening at the top, position your knife at a downwards angle, towards the inside, to prevent the top from falling into the pumpkin when it perches on your front porch. Be daring! Every pumpkin is a masterpiece on Halloween night, as kids prowl the streets.


You might already know you can roast and then eat the seeds of your pumpkin and use the sweet flesh in all sorts of recipes, but did you know that you can eat the skin too? Make pumpkin skin chips by peeling long strips of skin with a potato peeler, seasoning with salt, pepper and olive oil, and baking in the oven at 350 °F (175 °C) for 25 minutes or until crispy. They make a great topping for soup and are delicious on their own as a snack.

Don’t forget to decorate your patio, entryway or porch. We also have corn stalks, straw bales, squash, gourds and a huge inventory of outdoor décor. We are your one-stop shopping source for all your Fall and Halloween decorating needs. Stop by today for the best selection. We’re open every day from 10am – 5pm through October 29th.

Don’t Miss Our 7th Annual 2019 Holiday Kickoff
Sat. & Sun., October 19 & 20