Henry’s Greenhouse is about to go through a changing of the seasons.
But owners of the Franklin nursery aren’t thinking about spring to summer or summer to fall. For Ed and Karen Henry, it’s time to move from geraniums, bougainvillea and hostas to sweet corn, green beans and peppers.
With a long family history of agriculture, the Henrys have cultivated a different kind of family farm. They created Henry’s Greenhouse 18 years ago as a hobby and a secondary source of income. What started as a few plants sold by the roadside has become a fresh flower and produce operation spread over 10,000 square feet.