Welcome to Farm & Garden Station

Family owned and operated in Ivyland, PA since 2002

 

 

Spring preparations are underway!

We will re-open mid-March

Enjoy the Winter season, we will see you soon!

Farm & Garden Station offers a variety of gardening products including: flowering annual and perennial plants, trees, shrubs and vines. At the Farm & Garden Station, we can provide everything from the common to the uncommon.

We also sell gardening-related products such as imported pottery, statuary, tools, fertilizers, soil amendments, mulch and potting soil. We have bulk stone, sand, compost materials and mulch available for pick up or delivery.

In the Fall, we have a huge selection of specialty pumpkins, squash and gourds along with “Pick Your Own Pumpkins” on our farm.  Our mums and ornamental cabbage & kale are very popular every year.  We also have a huge selection of Halloween and Autumn decor.

During the Christmas season, we sell fresh-cut trees, living trees, premium Poinsettias, wreaths, grave blankets and garland. We are happy to custom decorate wreaths and grave blankets for you, or you can choose from those we have decorated. We always have a large selection of quality items!

   
   


Latest Articles

Dealing With Winter Damage

It’s early spring – time to survey the damage that winter has produced. In some areas, shrubs may still be hiding under piles of frozen snow, and could be crushed or compacted. Severed tree limbs may lie scattered across the landscape, and bark may be torn and stripped from trunks. It’s difficult to know what […]

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Bird Feeding 101: Low Maintenance Suet Feeding

Suet is a high-energy brick of animal fat and other ingredients to attract insect-eating birds. Because it is high in fat and calories, it is a quick source of heat and energy for birds and has been used as a good substitute for the insects that birds usually feed upon, but are not plentiful in […]

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Deterring Deer

Deer may be beautiful and elegant, but they aren’t always welcome in the garden. Even just a few visiting deer can tear up a landscape, eat an entire crop, destroy a carefully cultivated bed and cause other havoc, such as creating a traffic hazard, damaging bird feeders or leaving behind unwanted “gifts” on sidewalks and pathways.

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