Fruit Trees, common and rare

We joined the Rare Fruit Tree Society first to learn about the edible plants one could grow in Florida. Now, we belong to many different Rare Fruit Tree Societies in Florida.

If you can eat it and grow it here, we have it or we can get it for you. If it does not grow here successfully, we will let you know. We have the most up to date edible plants for maximum fruit production on this coast.

Bamboo and Vines

We are members of the Bamboo Society. We have bamboo gardens all around the property, and a special place, Bamboo Island. We sell 20+ varieties of bamboo in all sizes from 3 gallon to 45 gallon.

We are members of the Passiflora Society. We love vines, and have the largest collection and selection of vines in the State of Florida.

Antique or Old Roses

About 200 varieties of old garden roses are planted on the property. Of these, we keep a changing inventory of some of our favorites. Some date back to the 1800's.

All are on their own roots. They do not have to be sprayed like the hybrid roses. They bloom on and off all year with the largest blooms during the cooler months. These are roses that need very little care.

Most of the website is complete...

Most of the website is complete. The Home Page is ready, The Frequently Asked Questions, Products and The Instructions are ready. Please be patient while we work on the catalog. You can still use the website and you can keep up with us on facebook.

About Us

Crowley Nursery is the inspiration and creation of it's owner, Kathy Crowley, who says, "I invite everyone to come and visit my Heaven on Earth."

The Dream

My parents and grandparents were in the nursery business in New Jersey. I helped weed, water, and whatever else was needed. I loved working with the plants, making them beautiful.

The Vision

We have 20 acres at the end of a dirt road. I had a vision of a nursery and beautiful gardens. The vision has become reality.

A Family Business

My son, Paul, who passed away, was first to help. He was my inspiration and direction. Charlie, my husband, travels to select and buy our stock. My oldest son, Warner, is our expert in plant propagation, especially bamboo. My son, Brad, loves landscaping and creating interesting features along the garden paths.

Are you ready to continue your quest?

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