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T.K. Marshall, Inc., better known as Marshall Nursery to its many loyal customers, has come a long way since its opening more than 35 years ago. In that time, Marshall’s has undergone numerous changes and expansions, yet has retained its unrivaled reputation for excellent service and product quality. Marshall’s first opened its doors to the public in 1975, the creation of 21-year-old owner Terry Marshall.  Spending his teen years working at his uncle’s St. Louis nursery, Marshall developed a passion for the industry while also gaining the knowledge necessary for running a successful business.

Marshall Nursery in Fenton has become one of the largest nurseries in St. Louis, covering seven acres filled with a large variety of trees, flowers and shrubs. Recent additions to the location include a massive flowers-only greenhouse. 

Marshall’s seasonal stock includes wide varieties of annual, perennial and tropical flowers, thousands of trees and shrubs, as well as fountains, birdbaths and intricate stone pottery. Marshall’s also offers full landscape services, including planting, wall building, paver patios and sidewalks, irrigation systems and drainage solutions.

Marshall Nursery carries a wide variety of lawn and garden products. We carry Jaguar, KY-31, Five-Star, Kentucky Bluegrass, Shady Mix and Perennial Rye grass seedFescue and Blue Grass sod is kept in stock on a regular basis throughout the growing season, along with Zoysia sod carried May 1 through September 1. Several different types of fertilizer are on hand.  The main brand of fertilizers sold at the store is Fertilome products:  New Lawn Starter, Crab Preventer with Lawn Food, Classic Lawn Food, Lawn Food plus Iron, Weed Out Plus Lawn Food and Winterizer. We offer organic fertilizers from Espoma and Dr. Earth along with Milorganite and 13-13-13. Lime and Gypsum are also sold for lawns. We also carry Fertilome insecticides, fungicides and herbicides for your lawn and garden needs both in granular and liquid.

You can find many hard good products for your lawn and garden needs. Bulk topsoil, natural, dyed red, chocolate brown and black mulches, and decorative gravel can also be found at the nursery. We also carry 3/8” minus and 1” clean in bulk.  All mulches, including cedar and cypress, can be bought in bags along with all decorative gravel, top soil, potting mixes, sand, minus and clean

Organic products such as cotton burr compost, vermiculite, perlite, cow manure and sphagnum peat can be found at the store. Bales of straw are also available. A variety of wall blocks, natural and man-made, along with many natural stones weighed by the pound can be found.
 

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Marshall's Nursery and Garden Center
1501 San Simeon Way Fenton, MO 63026
Store Phone: 636-343-4701 Landscaping Phone: 636-343-2818

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Marshall's Nursery and Garden Center

1501 San Simeon Way
Fenton, MO 63026

Store Phone: 636-343-4701
Landscaping & Irrigation Phone:
636-343-2818


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We’re located at the intersection of Highway 141 and San Simeon Way.
 

Winter Burn

Many Broadleaf plants died or suffered significantly due to the harsh winter. Broadleaf plants include Azaleas, Boxwoods, Hollies, Skip Laurels, Magnolias, Euyonomous, Crape Myrtle, Rose of Sharon, Butterfly Bushes, etc.

There may be browning of leaves, die back, or even death! Be patient, some plants like Crape Myrtle and Butterfly Bushes will come back from the ground. It may take until June to see new growth coming up from the bottom.

Prune out the dead leaves and brittle limbs. If you scrape the tree trunk or limbs with your thumbnail and see green, your plant is still alive. It will take a little longer to leaf out.

Please feel free to ask our advice!