View Full Version : Wholesale Nursery in Milwaukee, WI area
11-08-2002, 04:18 PM
I'm looking for a wholesale nursery in Milwaukee, WI area. Any suggestions.
11-14-2002, 11:14 AM
There is W&E Radtke, Inc. in the Milwaukee area, but they only do perennials. Good luck.
11-14-2002, 12:58 PM
do you have anymore information on W&E Radtke I can't find anything on the web.
Thanks for your help:)
11-14-2002, 01:15 PM
That's about all the info I have. I don't live in the Milwaukee area. I did attend a seminar in Franklin, Wis. where George Radtke, owner of W&E Radtke, INC., gave a talk. I believe they are in the northern suburbs of Milwaukee. Try the yellow pages. Good luck.
11-14-2002, 06:02 PM
Radtke's is located one block north of Freistadt Rd. in Germantown and just east of Hwy 175. their office is on the south side of the street. Sorry I don't have a number or the street. When you turn off of 175 on your left is an empty field.
Another wholesaler is Wayside Nursery. I believe it is right on 76th street north of County Line Rd. but south of Mequon Rd.
That's the best that I can do, we get a lot of our material from Minor's Garden Center. THey have a special contractor office and can deal with large quantities.
11-14-2002, 11:49 PM
Well its cool to see more Wisconsin people on lawnsite. I live in Richfield and drive down to germantown alot and i have never heard of this place. Ill have to look for it if i need anything, have some major plantings to do next year and i thought about going to a nursery yard but only know of a handfull but ill have to check out this Radtke place.
Where you from neighborguy? Know of a few others that are from the area.
11-17-2002, 12:24 PM
I made a mistake in my last post: It is east of 145, not 175. Sorry about that. In all actuality I work for one of the larger landscape companies in the area and don't have my own business. I wish I had the opportunity to start my own bus but just can't do it right now.
There is a place in milwaukee called minor's. It is a huge nursery. It handles all types of tree's shrubs, mulch, pavers, blocks, etc... I hope this helps you out.
11-19-2002, 08:14 AM
Thanks for all your help and information.
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