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Syracuse's Premier garden center with a 7-acre nursery designed to be a gigantic landscape displaying 1000's of plants including Roses, Hydrangeas, Hostas

Nursery

When the Hafner family began planning their expansion, they knew straight away that they wanted the largest space possible to display the plants that they sell.

In 2006 Jess Hafner and his team traveled around Europe and the US searching out the best examples of garden centers to inspire them while they were designing the new store. They returned with ideas both encompassing inspiration and functionality. The result was a garden center that includes a 7-acre nursery designed to be a gigantic landscape. Over 60 display beds divided by winding paved pathways gives our customers the best selection of high-quality nursery stock, displayed in a beautiful environment, easy to shop, and sure to inspire.

1000’s of plants on display

1000’s of plant varieties are available throughout the season including Roses, Hydrangeas, Hostas, Weigela, Japanese Maples, Fruit Trees and Shrubs, Topiary, Chuck’s collectibles (our selection of curated unique plants), and Evergreens.

The highest quality plants in Syracuse

During the height of the season, the nursery is restocked 2 – 5 times a week with plants from the best growers across the North East. It is our relationship with these suppliers (cultivated over many years) that ensure we sell only the highest quality plants to customers in Syracuse and surrounding areas.

If a plant doesn’t meet our high standards, it doesn’t make it to the nursery.

Attention to detail

Our nursery team continually nurture the plants (watering, fertilizing, pruning and deadheading) making sure that when you take home the plants you have chosen for your garden they are in top growing condition for success in your landscape.

The nursery team (which includes 2 ISA Certified Arborists and 5 CNLP: Certified Nursery Landscape professionals) is on hand to answer any questions you may have about the plants that are available from what are the optimal planting conditions for that variety to how to take care of them when they are in your garden.