Welcome to Sherman Nursery Farms


Sherman Nursery Farms began in 1969 comprised by the first generation of Howard and Pam Sherman. Together they built a successful business by providing of a lawn cutting service for St. Clair county. This grew into a business that landscaped and maintained properties for utility companies, state highways, commercial, residential and government offices.

Sherman Nursery Farms is a result of the landscape maintenance business. In 1986 the growing fields were established with 29 acres expanded now to 66 acres for growing and marketing our trees. Our business became a growing nursery with beautiful trees, designing and installing landscapes visions, and adding a retail lot for our customers to come and see the trees that will be added to their landscaping.

The business took a new direction when Scott Sherman (second generation), Howard and Pam’s son, graduated from Michigan State University in 1992 with a Landscape Horticulture degree. Scott has taken the business in a new direction by developing a retail/wholesale and landscaping/design business based on the principal of providing healthy plants and good service that fits into our customer’s visions and budget.

Projects In The Press

Read some articles about projects we're a part of!

Michigan Welcome Center

This Michigan Welcome Center is located near Port Huron on I-94 West.

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Marysville's Living Shoreline

The City of Marysville’s Living Shoreline Restoration Project competed against 1,000 other applicants to become one of the 270 projects funded under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, and in 2012 the project was completed on the banks of the St. Clair River.

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Blue Water Transit Bus Center

Blue Water Area Transit is inviting the public to attend the grand opening of the Blue Water Transit Bus Center between McMorran Boulevard and Grand River Avenue, east of Erie Street on Nov. 6.

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Clinton Township Drain Project

Macomb County officials celebrating a $2.3 million water quality enhancement on a large drain and creek — called the Gloede Drain in Clinton Township.

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