A. J. Rahn Greenhouses on Gray Road is located in Cincinnati in an area once known as Wooden Shoe Hollow. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, growers from this area produced vegetables which were grown in cold frames and hot beds, then sold at various local markets. At one time 19 family-run operations were located on Gray Road. By 1930, most of these businesses raised fall and winter crops of lettuce and spring crops of tomatoes in greenhouses.
In the 1960’s, A. J. Rahn Greenhouses earned its reputation for growing quality flowering plants in the Cincinnati area. We retain our proud heritage and expertise when it comes to garden plants.
Today the fifth generation of the Rahn family offers Cincinnati a wonderful selection of high-quality flowering bedding, holiday flowers, houseplants, vegetable and fruiting plants. We are open year-round and offer a unique and exciting variety of high-quality plants grown on location.
I love the unique variety of 19th century plants, I love the calico cat that sleeps in the beds! My favorite nursery!
Been patronizing them for over 30 years. Always got healthy bedding plants and other products. Great Christmas trees also - nice and fresh. Susan and the rest of the family are friendly and helpful. Love going there!
I'm obsessed. Heaven on earth. The highest quality plants and the smartest friendliest plant experts. Organized and glorious presentation. The best!
My favorite source for advice and guidance on plants. And they have a great selection of quality plants, too.
My sisters and I make an annual visit to A J Rahn at Christmas time. It is so beautiful I have to take pictures of all the colors and types of Poinsettias. They are so healthy and the staff will add whatever foil color you need to glamorize the clay pot. Christmas is official when I place poinsettias around my home from A J Rahn.
I was introduced to A.J. Rahn and their hybrid roses in the fall of last year by a friend, (we'll call her Vicky), who was moving hers. I absolutely love the multi colored roses. Now in my landscaping endeavors I start with a hybrid and work a color scheme from there.