Welcome

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About Us

12 Corners Nursery was established in 1989 by Robert H. Lee.  His dream was to create a unique setting that had a park-like feel.  The name 12 Corners came from an old church site that was located on land Mr. Lee owned at the time.  Current owner, Clay Humphrys, started working for Mr. Lee in the summer of 1998. Mr. Humphrys attained a degree in Agriculture with an emphasis in Horticulture from Western Kentucky in 2005...

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Clay's Corner

Clay worked at Twelve Corners regularly from 1998 until 2002 during high school and his summers home from college.  He is a graduate of Western Kentucky University with a degree in Horticulture.  After college, Clay worked in Owensboro, Kentucky as a landscape designer and crew manager before moving back to Gallatin to start his own landscaping company.  Owning a nursery has always been a dream of Clay's and he could not pass up the opportunity to carry on the legacy of one so close to his heart.  

Clay’s Corner consists of topics that he finds interesting or issues that are brought to him through the nursery.

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Featured Plants

 

Maackia  amurensis

Amur Maackia is a deciduous tree similar in look to a locust.  It has a nice cinnamon color to its bark as it ages.  It is very cold hardy due to originating in the Amur River basin between Siberia and Russia.  Karl Maackia was an early Siberian explorer to which the tree gets its genus name.  

Rio Samba Rose

We carry a variety of Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, Grandiflora, and Climbing Roses.  The Rio Samba is a standard at 12 Corners Nursery.  Its flowers are golden yellow that transition to beautiful scarlet accents.  Its disease resistance makes it stand out as one of the longer lasting Hybrid Tea Roses.

Murray Cypress

This cypress is a great screening evergreen tree that holds up well to storm damage and tolerates wet conditions better than the Leyland cypress.  Its tough statue was selected by a Christmas tree farmer in Georgia, Bill Murray, from whom it attained its name.