After 60 Years...Shell's Is Closing

Please stop in to shop and say goodbye before November 19th, 2022.

Our Closing Sale Is Happening Now

Save 15-50% on remaining items in our store.

(Exclusions do apply. Different departments have different savings. See staff for details.)


9513 N. Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, FL 33612
(813) 932-9775

Business Hours through November 19th, 2022

Tuesday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Saturdays 8:00 am – 3:30 pm

Closed Sundays & Mondays

These hours are subject to change without notice.  Thank you for understanding as we say goodbye to our store!


9513 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, FL 33612


Yes, we are closing, but Marissa has hinted that she may be doing garden, homesteading, and crafting projects in the future centered around education.  If you would like to be informed of future projects by her, please feel free to sign up here. Thanks!

From Marissa’s Blog

Flat Trees? Let me Espalier!

Flat Trees? Let me Espalier!

To Espalier means to train a plant to grow two-dimensionally – essentially “flat”. Let’s take a look at some beautiful examples of Espalier growing, and you can save yourself some growing space by growing flat trees!

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Building community relationships is very important here at Shell’s, and sharing knowledge is one of the ways that we accomplish this mission. We feel that the more you know about the topics surrounding the products we sell, the more you’ll stop in and say hello to us.

Here you will find articles we’ve written and other guides to help support your gardening dreams in the Free Gardening & Pet Info section below. It has chicken and pet care articles as well. You’ll also find a link to our Classes & Events schedules.

Serving The Tampa Area Since 1961

Shell’s Feed & Garden Supply was one of the first and only Purina dealers in the Tampa area in the 1960’s! Today Shell’s still brings Purina Mills products to their customers. As the only Purina dealer store in Tampa for many years, Shell’s Feed & Garden Supply’s Founder Charles Shell began delivering feed to farms as far away as Levy county.

The business thrived and survived during many fluctuating markets … even being revived after the demolition of their original store on Busch Blvd. in Tampa, Florida in the mid 1960’s due to widening of roads.

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