Family-owned and operated for over 40 years, Pope’s Plant Farm produces a large variety of plants including spring annuals, fall mums, pansies, poinsettias, and our newest offering – a full line of succulents! Visit one of our three retail locations today for fantastic seasonal plants and succulents or, if you are a wholesale customer visit the wholesale page for more information.


We have 3 garden centers in Farragut, Maryville, and Knoxville to serve all your gardening needs. Most of the plants we carry are grown locally at our farms in Maryville and Greenback. This means our stock is always fresh and new items arrive frequently. The items we don’t grow were selected to perform well in our climate by staff with decades of experience. We source the best trees, shrubs, and perennials from all over the country to offer you an excellent selection. The garden centers also carry seasonal produce, bulk soils and mulches, and pottery.

Junction Gingers Creekside

Popes at GINGER'S

Gingers has everything that Pope’s Plant Farm has to offer but Succulents is the specialty here. You will see succulents planted in ways that you would have never imagined. The many years of hard work that have gone into this place are noticed immediately as you walk in. Gingers also have seasonably available produce such as strawberries in the spring, tomatoes late spring – fall, and peaches all summer.

Popes at The Junction

The Junction is a one stop shop for all your garden needs. Year round selection of plant material with a wide variety of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, and succulents. We also have bulk mulch by the scoop. We offer a large selection of local and regional produce as well as Amish jar goods, cheeses, and butter. We are glad to help you design a small garden or your entire landscape on site.


Pope’s at Creekside is our newest retail location. Here you can find a good selection of everything that Pope’s Plant Farm has to offer. The two greenhouses at Pope’s at Creekside give us plenty of room for Poinsettias and Succulents in November and December. Stop in to check out the diverse range of plants available.