The Seed Is Planted

MayFlower Nursery was started in 2007 by Michael Gleason. Michael was the previous owner of Pierce Farm Service from 1996-2006. After offering flowers on a small scale at the feed store for many years, it was decided that Pierce and the surrounding areas would be served better with a larger scale operation. And so MayFlower was born!

In the first year of operation MayFlower offered a wide array of flowers ranging from annuals to perennials and even some herbs. MayFlower also offered garden seed, mother’s day and memorial day baskets,  and vegetable plants.

In the fall of 2012, MayFlower expanded to include an additional 90×30 greenhouse.

We’ve Sprouted

MayFlower Nursery has expanded its operations since its initial opening.  We now offer a full line of nursery products including bedding plants, perennials, vegetables, herbs, house plants, trees and shrubs.

Our hanging baskets are in high demand and are available in four sizes to fit your budget.  We offer a variety of patio pots, color bowls and ovals and custom potted arrangements perfect for gifts.

We continue to offer bulk garden seed and hard to find annuals that box stores are unlikely to carry.  Gift certificates are available in any amount and never expire.

  • Annuals: singles, 4pk and 6pks
  • Vegetables: singles, 4pks and 6pks
  • Herbs
  • Perennials
  • House Plants
  • Succulents
  • Accents
  • Bulk garden seed
  • Hanging Baskets
  • Patio Pots
  • Color Bowls & Ovals

We Continue To Grow


We’ve experienced tremendous growth every year and 2018 is on track to be our best yet.  Our expanded product line of succulents, trees and shrubs is a welcome addition and a sure customer pleaser.

Our services will expand from custom bring-in-your-own-pot plantings to now include tree service. If you purchase your tree from us we’ll plant it for you for an additional fee.


MayFlower will be adding another 30×60 greenhouse to production in 2019. This will increase our growing capacity and ability to continue to bring you a larger selection of plants.

We plan on expanding our trees and shrubs inventory, too.  We’re not done growing yet!