ABOUT US

WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE

Meet Allison! She has been with Greenspring since 2004 and has developed into an excellent and helpful designer. When it comes to creating a professional design and capturing the materials needed for a project, she’s a “contractor’s best friend”. Allison’s training in landscape design comes from Longwood Gardens.

Allison is very understanding in the time commitment it takes to install and maintain a garden. So she guides homeowners to plants that are a good fit for what they are practically able to handle. She fits the plants and designs to accommodate the life style of the homeowner.

We have staff on hand to help ensure you receive timely customer service and ensure your complete satisfaction.

Stop by when we’re open, peruse the grounds, and if you need any help, let us know what you’re working on! To have devoted time with a designer, please call or contact us to make an appointment.

Allison Simpkins

Nursery Operator, Landscape Designer

Brad Georg is the owner of Greenspring Nursery & Stone. He grew up in Jarrettsville and has lived in this area his entire life, working locally in the landscape industry since 2002.

Brad is happily married with 3 kids, a dog, and a cat and currently resides in Jarrettsville. His family is actively involved in sports and community activities that keep everyone busy.

Brad Georg

Owner, Landscape Designer

Greenspring Nursery & Stone has been in business since 1988 and was acquired by Brad Georg in 2023.

The property operated a sawmill before transitioning to landscape supply in recent decades.  The original farm house house is still standing and well maintained.

What sets them apart is their kind, courteous staff, their attention to detail, and on-time scheduling.  They keep their customers involved throughout the project to insure that it turns out above and beyond their expectations.  At the end of the project they want the customer to feel completely satisfied and willing to visit us again for there next project and or give referrals to their friends and neighbors.

Historical Photo of the Property Operating as a Sawmill