Welcome to Farm & Garden Station
Family owned and operated in Ivyland, PA since 2002
TROPICALS ARRIVING LAST WEEK IN APRIL
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!
Many vegetables and herbs…more arriving daily!
Our nursery is bursting with buds, blooms and quality
Spring is the ideal time to spruce up your lawn. After a long winter, you can easily see where any bald, bare or thin patches exist, as well as where weeds or fungus may be taking over the lawn. Fortunately, there are easy ways to set your lawn to rights! Seeding If you are planning […]Continue Reading →
When choosing an evergreen for your landscape project, it is always best to select a plant that will not outgrow its designated space, crowding out nearby plants or distorting its own shape without enough room to shine. Proper research can help you choose – you should know the ultimate height, width and growth rate of […]Continue Reading →
Every garden requires pollinators, and bees are among the finest. Without them there would be limited flowers and far fewer fruits and vegetables. Did you know that about 30 percent of the food we eat depends on the pollination of bees, including onions, cashews, coffee, carrots, chocolate and vanilla? If we don’t protect these prolific […]Continue Reading →