Whether you have been a gardener for decades, or are just starting out, there is always something new to learn.
Some plants will thrive in your neighbor's garden, but not in yours.
The good news is that you always have another chance to try again! Grow a plant that is brand new to your garden or try a different gardening technique with your plants in the garden.
Brookside Greenhouse 204 Catamount Rd, Oxford PA, off Rt. 10.
6128 Street Road, Kirkwood PA, 717 529-3001.
Gateway Garden Center
7277 Lancaster Pk. Hockessin, DE 19707,
Old Country Gardens
414 Wilson Rd, Wilmington, DE, 302 652-3317.
656 Unionville Road, Kennett Square, PA, 610 444-1116.
914 Baltimore Pike,
Glenn Mills, PA, 610-459-2400.
The Farm at Oxford
Grows thousands of blooms at their private family farm.
PA Native Plants
Gardeners increasingly are turning to native landscaping to manage storm water, reduce maintenance, and promote plant and wildlife conservation.
Native plants coexist with, rather than compete against, making them naturals for our gardens.
There are 2,100 native plant species known in Pennsylvania.
Shopping around Lancaster
Black Creek Greenhouses, 211 E. Black Creek Rd., East Earl, Pa. 17519, 717-445-5046.
Briar Rose Greenhouses, 1581 Briertown Rd., East Earl, Pa. 17519, 717-354-2167.
Conestoga Nursery, 310 Reading Rd., East Earl, Pa. 17519, 717-445-4076.
King's Herb Nook, 1060 Compass Rd., Honey Brook, Pa. 19233, 610-273-4583.
Martin's Greenhouse, 5489 Division Highway, Narvon, Pa. 17555, 717-354-7546.
Willow Brook Nursery, 2162 Compass Rd., Honey Brook, Pa., 610-273-7111.
Gold Medal Plants
If you are looking for great plants for your landscape, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's Gold Medal Plant list is an excellent resources. The trees, shrubs, and woody fines on this list have been carefully evaluated and chosen for their beauty, performance, and hardiness in our region.