1923 Mountain Pine Road
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
501-463-9531
9 to 5 Monday – Saturday
Closed Sunday
Clear Creek Gardener is a retail plant nursery near Hot Springs, Arkansas.  We specialize in unique plants, organic soil amendments, and low impact plant pest control.  We feature antique roses, native species azaleas, and heirloom vegetables. We have a knowledgeable staff that is always available for advice and trouble shooting solutions.  Molly Baldwin is our nursery professional. She has a degree in horticulture, more than 10 years of experience in the nursery business, and a certified nursery professional.  Our garden center has a variety of demonstration gardens for ideas to translate to your own gardens  We have a fully productive organic vegetable garden, perennials and annuals, as well as shrubs and trees that you can see in their mature form to better visualize them in your own garden.

Come and out and see us for all your plant needs and questions or just stop by to smell the roses!

Our Gardens

Clear Creek Gardener is all about demonstration gardening.  A good portion of our energy is dedicated to creating and maintaining gardens at our nursery to better help costumers create in their own yard  Here are some pictures of our demonstration gardens.


Our Chief gardener oversees and approves all our onsite gardens, occasionally he helps too!

Our raised bed design is ideal for a small scale vegetable garden.  The raised bed is tall
so that access to your garden for planting, weeding and harvesting is much easier.

Our raised bed also make it easy to hand select and amend the soil you use, so that you can control and improve your soil properties with ease. The raised bed design facilitates intensive  planting techniques to maximize the productivity of your garden. Come by Clear Creek Gardener and we will help you to create a raised bed of your own.

We also have a large row crop style vegetable garden.  Pictured is a winter cover crop of clover.  Clover is a legume which is a good cover crop to use rather than leaving your garden barren.  The clover actually puts nitrogen back into the soil as it grows, getting it ready for the nitrogen hungry spring crop of tomatoes and squash.

Our Entrance Garden is showing progress.  We have taken an unkempt country yard and transformed it to a worthy entry!


Our Demonstration Rose Garden is growing too!  We have 15 different antique roses planted.
That is about half of the variety of over 30 roses we have for sale!!

Our Greenhouse is filled with beautiful house plants and tropicals!