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Lincoln, NE South
Garden Center

Explore Earl May's South Lincoln, NE, Garden Center for premium plants, tools, and expert advice. Let us inspire your gardening journey and help you create the garden of your dreams in South Lincoln.
Find garden supplies and services including landscaping, weed solutions, garden seeds, and lawn care in Lincoln South, Nebraska.


Contact Info & Hours

5555 S 48th St Ste G
Lincoln, NE 68516


Phone: 402-423-5354

M - F - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

Sat - 8:00 am to 7:00 pm

Sun - 9:00 am to 6:00 pm


Departments
    - Nursery (Trees, Shrubs, Perennials, Ornamental Grasses)
    - Flowering Plants (Annuals, Pre-Made Container Gardens, Hanging Baskets)
    - Garden Seed & Seed Starting Supplies
    - Gifts & Garden Decor
    - Houseplants
    - Lawn Care & Grass Seed
    - Watering Supplies
    - Weed, Disease & Pest Solutions
    - Wildlife & Birding Supplies



Services
    - Landscape Design & Planning
    - Landscape Installation
    - Landscape Maintenance
    - Planting Services
    - Custom Container Potting
    - Delivery Service (see store for details)
    - Weed, Disease & Pest ID (bring in photos or bagged samples)
    - Soil Testing (pH levels)
    - Lawn Checks

Meet the Manager
Jessica Jasnoch

History: I have been working at Earl May Garden Center for 11 years.

Favorite Things to Do: Watching Huskers sports, paddle boarding, traveling, and spending time with my family

Favorite Place to Visit: The Lincoln Children Zoo with my grandchild.

Favorite Houseplant: Pink Princess Philodendron

Favorite Tree & Shrub: Catalpa Tree

Top 3 Perennials: Spiderwort, Hardy Hibiscus, Liatris

Why Work at Earl May?
"I love the customer and helping them create their own personal beautiful retreat in their yards."

Pets:
I have one cat named Tobey

Other Notes:
"When I was a kid, I wanted to be a pirate when I grew up, but then I discovered I was afraid of boats. So then I wanted to be a ballerina, but I had two left feet. So then I wanted to be a landscape designer, and now I dig it."