April – July | Easter Flowers & Annuals
November – December | Poinsettias
While the snow is falling and everyone is bundled inside, we are busy seeding & transplanting vegetables and annuals for the spring season. Once the temperature begins to warm and the snow starts to melt, we prepare for the Easter season. Come April, our doors are open to an array of daffodils, lilies, cole crop vegetables & more.
Shortly after throughout May & June will bring a variety of annuals from begonias, marrigolds, petunias, herbs, hanging baskets, vegetable garden plants & much more!
By the end of June will signal the end of the planting season & we will wind down for the summer. Our doors will close & we will then begin preparing to plant & grow our poinsettias for the winter season because of their tropical nature. Then we will open back up at the end of November until the holiday season in December.
If you are looking for perennails, soil, pots, statuary, decor, hardware, chemical ammendments & more, visit our friends at the Garden Center. They are located to the right of the Farm Market on the far side of the parking lot.
Perennials can still be planted up until November.
Opening Day of the Greenhouse will be Friday, April 1st!
The danger of frost exists in our local area until approximately May 20th. If the temperate goes below 40 degress, anything you purchase in our Greenhouse must be brought indoors or covered.
Please note that we do not refund money or replace plants that have been effected by frost.
Below are lists of various annuals and their sun tolerences, what they attract, and what they deter. Please keep in mind that attractants and deterents are not guaranteed and can be dependant on multiple factors.
Partial Sun Annuals
- New Guinea Impatiens
- Tuberos Begonia
- Sun Impatiens
- Million Bells
- Hibiscus (all tropicals)
- Rex Begonia
- Tuberose Begonia
Deer Resistant Annuals
- Flowering (Periwinkle) Vinca
- All Varieties of herbs
Seeding Plants with Steven Janoski
Check out our friend Doug Oster talk with Steven Janoski on the process of seeding plants, which we rely on here on the farm for all of the vegetable plants you see both in the retail greenhouse & planted in the fields.
Lets Talk Poinsettias with Mike Janoski
Our friend Doug Oster stopped by the Greenhouse during Poinsettia season to talk with Mike about chosing the best plant for the Holiday season.
FARM MARKET | Open Daily, All Year Round
Spring, Summer & Fall | 8am–7pm
Winter | 8am–6pm
GIFT SHOP | 9am–5pm
WINE ROOM | Open Daily, All Year Round
Spring, Summer & Fall |
Mon thru Sat 10am–7pm
Winter | Mon thru Sat 10am–6pm
April thru July | 8am–7pm
November thru December | 9am–5pm
GARDEN CENTER | Open Seasonally
April thru October | 8am–7pm
November thru December | 8am–5pm
*Holidays may effect hours. Please call ahead to verify.