our history

After spending much of his earlier years farming in the fields of Byron Center, Lee Pell decided in 1970 to start his own greenhouse business.  It was very modest in the beginning, leasing greenhouse space and growing flats of vegetables.
 
After working independently for a year, two of his brothers, Bob & Ken Pell joined  the venture.  While Lee focused on Sales, Bob made sure the greenhouses and equipment were maintained, and Ken concentrated on Shipping.  Years later, youngest brother Roger joined the family business as Head Grower.


Today, Pell Greenhouse Inc. is a wholesale greenhouse and  has grown to a 12+ acre covered facility with 5+ acres of outdoor mum production.  They employ several full-time as well as seasonal employees while maintaining the same honest, loyal, and hardworking approach they started with in the very beginning.

                         
                                       owners: Lee, Ken & Bob Pell

thank you

As we look forward to the upcoming Young Plant Season, we would  like to sincerely Thank all of our Customers, Brokers, & Salesreps for your support.  We really appreciate all of you!

Pell Greenhouse has prided itself on providing Excellent Quality & Superior Service for the past 46 years.  We will go above and beyond to Meet Your Needs & Exceed Your Expectations.   We invite you to click on the Catalog Tab on the Home Page to take a closer look at our Young Plants Program and see which items might fit into your program.

Along with our Young Plants Program, we also offer GreenFuse Botanicals. 
Pell Greenhouse has been rooting GreenFuse for over 15 years.  Not only does GreenFuse have some of the best genetics on the market of Blanket Petunias, Fuchsia, Ipomoea, Beaucoup Begonias, and Good & Plenty Petunias, they also bring some of the more unique plants such as Rex Begonia, Streptocarpus, and Anigozanthos to the market.


We look forward to supplying your Young Plant needs and as always, please don't hesitate to call/email with questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Lee Pell