Located off of Charleston Blvd. sits one of Las Vegas’ favorite tree and plant nurseries. Known for its exotic residents of turtles, fish and tropical birds, Moon Valley’s Plant World has become a popular destination for young and old alike. Whether you’re looking for huge trees or just want an enjoyable stroll, this nursery has it all. Plant World services the West and Central Las Vegas Areas, Spring Valley, Spanish Trails, Summerlin, Red Rock, Canyon Gate, Winchester and surrounding areas.
Dave Grounds General Manager
For over a decade Dave has helped Moon Valley become the top nursery in Las Vegas. Dave is always eager to use his expertise to help customers achieve and realize their landscaping goals.
"Water deep. Your plants will appreciate being watered deep and less frequently than shallow, frequent watering."
Check out recent reviews of this location
All the selection of plants and trees are so beautiful and healthy. My wife and I had some trees planted in the backyyard. Everyone did a great job. Ben was in charge and he was very nice and informative. We are very happy!
Great customer service. Great prices, and very knowledgeable staff. Antonio was very educational and was a great salesman- not pushy and I was able to find some new plants that I love!
Fantastic service from start to finish. Ron was extremely helpful in choosing the perfect tree and Ben and his crew did an amazing job replacing our old tree with the new, offering great tips for care of our entire yard, and leaving everything perfectly in place.
Ben delivered two trees with his crew. He managed them expertly and they all did a very professional job.
They definitely have a serious variety of trees and plants. If you are looking to add greenery to your landscape this is the place to go.
Moon Valley's Plant World Nursery is a definite asset to the Las Vegas Valley!
We stopped by the nursery today to check out their selection of citrus trees for a possible new edition to our backyard. We were pleasantly surprised as far selection goes. They had rows and rows of lemon trees ranging from Meyer (most common), to Lisbon, Ponderosa and Eurekas. To be honest, I never knew there were that many different types of lemons! The price obviously varies based on the age of tree. The ranges are from brand new, to 3-4 yrs old, and all the way up to 11-14 yrs old ALL with fruit already! :)