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Company History

McDonald's Greenhouse, Ltd. is owned and operated by James A. McDonald, a lifelong resident of Muskingum County, Ohio.  He obtained a greenhouse and management production degree in 1994 from the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI) located in Wooster, Ohio.
cows grazing Since 1995, James has provided custom landscape and design services, including wall and sidewalk paver installation, tree planting and removal, and spring and fall flower bed and yard clean up.  In addition, James mows several commercial and residential properties.

The McDonald's Greenhouse, Ltd. Retail Shop is open each Spring, at the farm, for annuals, bedding plants, perennials, trees and shrubs. 

ariel photo of our propertySeveral production greenhouses operate at the family farm on Adamsville Road (State Route 93), where James lives with his wife, Susan and their sons, Jack and Eli.  Both in-laws are within walking distance, as well as neighbors and 4-H members who help with the daily operations whether it is planting, harvesting or retail season.   

 

Spring flowersStop by, see the operations and say hello.  We will be glad to give you an answer to your gardening or lawncare questions.  But be careful ... you may be put to work!

 

Home of The Prettiest Place in Muskingum County - in fact - The Prettiest Place in the Country

It took 4 years for Dad to build the colonial-style house where my parents, John and Dorothy Montgomery, have lived for more than 1/2 a century. Mom and Dad, purchased their first 20 acres in 1956, the year they returned from the service. Today, they still own the farm, but now my husband, James, and I also live on the farm. We also have 15,000 square feet of commercial greenhouses where we sell annuals, perennials, mums and pumpkins. Read the full article (PDF)

McDonald's Greenhouse featured in local news!

It's going to snow or it was a slow news day. Regardless, McDonald's Greenhouse made the front page of the Times Recorder. Pat, the Mayor of Adamsville Road, is interviewing applicants to be her Press Agent.