Garden

We carry a large variety of annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees, veggies & herbs, ground-cover, & more to provide you with the area’s largest selection of quality plant material. Whether you’re just starting out or an experienced gardener, planning an entire landscape or creating a simple planter, our seasonal selection is sure to perform in your next project.

Spring Azaleas Summer Patio Pots
Fall Pumpkins Christmas Greens

Native & Organic

Native Plant SymbolPlant with meaning by shopping our native & organic plant & seed varieties. Native plants not only establish faster & stronger but also require less watering, less pest & disease treatment, & are lower maintenance. Just look for the Native symbol on our signs. Our past native selection has included Red-twig Dogwood, Spicebush, Laurel, Eastern Redbud, Serviceberry, Columbine, Coreopsis, Bee-Balm, Black-Eyed Susan, & Switchgrass. Visit our store for current availability.

Our premium organic veggie & Herb plug selection grows each year. Grown from organic seed, using natural fertilizers & medium. Our selection has included tomatoes, eggplant, & peppers. Never one to disappoint, our Organic Seed selection includes cucumbers, tomatoes, beans, lettuce, peppers, sunflowers, basil, cilantro, & much, much more!

Grown Local. Sold Local.

The majority of our bedding plants & landscape shrubs are are grown locally in Pennsylvania & New Jersey. Why does this matter? For one, we understand the importance of supporting local business. Secondly, it’s better for the plants – less travel time, less handling, less stress. That mean you receive the freshest, highest quality plants every time you visit. Finally, its better for your wallet! Shipping time & costs are greatly reduced, allowing us to pass those savings on to you!Feel confident in your plant selection. Our growers use NO harsh chemicals or neonicitinoides in their pest & disease management, & grow their stock using NON-GMO seed.

Our plant-stock changes with the season providing you with appropriate plants that will thrive in our zone (6b/7a – see our F.A.Q for additional information).