Mon.-Fri. 8:00 am-6:00 pm | Sat. 8:00 am-5:00 pm | Sun. 10:00 am-4:00 pm
13518 N. Highway 169 · Smithville, MO 64089 · 816-532-4101
Adding beauty and value to homes
and businesses since 2003.
Full Features gives new meaning to the term "Full Service." From turnkey Residential Landscaping and Commercial Landscaping, to planting your own garden and caring for your own lawn - if you have questions, the professional, courteous staff at Full Features has answers. We pride ourselves in providing excellent customer service and quality products at fair and competitive prices. Our employees are hired and trained to be experts in the field, so no question goes unanswered. You'll find details on all our products and services on this website. And don't forget to visit us on Facebook!
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: We're hiring now for spring! See current job descriptions, requirements, and printable application here. Our landsccape crews work through the winter, unless weather is extreme.
WE FILL PROPANE CYLINDERS for RVs and grills - while you wait. Stop by our Garden Center and ask any staff member.
Trees add to the beauty and value of your property. Trees, properly selected and placed, can add more in livability and value to the home than any other single landscape feature. They grow continually and are ever-changing. You will never tire of looking at them. Read more
USDA Hardiness Zone Map This helpful tool allows you to pinpoint the climate zone you live in and select plants that are most likely to survive the lowest temperature in your yard. View the digital map to see if your zone has changed.
All of us at Full Features appreciate your continued loyalty.
We know you have a number of choices for your landscaping,
lawn care and nursery needs. We look forward to seeing you
in our store and providing you with the best service possible.
Full Features Nursery & Landscape Center - proudly serving the commercial landscaping and residential landscaping, lawn and garden needs in Kansas City, Smithville, Platte City, Kearney and the surrounding Northland areas since 2003.