Bedner's Farm & Greenhouse
  • Thank You: Angel Tree 2022

    Seniors in Canonsburg: Thanks to your amazing generosity, we delivered Christmas gifts to forty-seven residents of a low-income, senior building in Canonsburg. Our staff carefully wrapped everything and made them look beautiful. Here is what the Service Coordinator, Michele, had to say: “Everyone was thrilled. The gift that was in

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  • Handmade Evergreen Gifts + Decor

    handmade adjective made by hand, rather than by machine; made with care or craftmanship; the luxury of handmade shoes. (from dictionary.com) When a gift is handmade, it has unique qualities that make it extra special. Someone’s time, energy, and creativity were poured into the gift. You can even say that

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  • Angel Tree 2022

    If you’re looking for a way that your family can give to others in need this season, we are collecting donations for our Angel Tree 2022. Who? In addition to collecting Angel Tree gifts for our seniors in Canonsburg, this year we are also collecting donations for Louis David Birner and

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  • Bedner’s Landscape & Design

    Book your design project NOW for Spring 2023 installations! If you have big plans for your landscape next year, we would love to help. Our best advice to you is to get started now. You can work with your Designer in the fall or winter months to perfect your vision,

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  • Weekly News, 10.25.22

    Hello, Last week I mentioned that I was doing some garden “editing” in a large landscape bed that we have. I love to make some changes in the fall, after my ideas are fresh from the season. I encourage you to do the same. It makes the spring so much

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  • Houseplants for our Heroes

    November 1 – 12 All U.S. veterans and active-duty military are invited to select a free houseplant (or two), with a combined value of up to $24.99. Thank you for your service.   Must present Military ID or other proof of service. No cash value.  

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  • Winter Sizzle Plants

    Chic, European twist on fall and winter container décor. These hardy beauties will carry you through the holiday season and well into late-winter! This program features many different cultivars of winter color that serve as components for mixed containers or specimens that stand on their own. Plants will be available

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  • Weekly News, 10.18.22

    Hello friends, How did your garden grow this year? Just like life, the garden is always changing and a work in progress. To capture moments of time we take photos. Some of us perhaps are more worried about the pictures than enjoying the moment. There’s something about the passing of

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  • Perennial Plant Spotlight: Beyond Blue

    ‘Beyond Blue’ Blue Fescue an herbaceous evergreen perennial grass with a mounded form Height:  15 inches Spread:  18 inches Sunlight:  Full Sun Hardiness Zone:  4a » intense powder blue foliage that stays bright throughout the season » brings an extremely fine and delicate texture to the garden » a great

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  • Gardening for the Birds

    a natural bird feeder Feeding the birds especially in winter can be more than just putting out a bird feeder. Many birds feed from plants you may already have amongst your perennials, cutting garden or trees via their berries, seeds, or insects they may host. Working to grow natural bird

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  • Houseplant of the Month: Pink Lady Turtle Vine

    Callisia repens ‘Pink Lady‘, also known as tradescantia, is a beautiful houseplant with colorful foliage. The adorably small, variegated leaves may be pink, white or green. This plant grows best in bright, indirect light, and is quite resilient.. perfect for beginners! These compact plants are great on their own in

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  • September Gardening Checklist

    1. Plant perennials September is a great month to plant! In the fall, the ground is warm and roots have plenty of time to get established. Fall also brings cooler air temperatures and more rainfall, which is less stressful on newly planted perennials, trees, or shrubs. 2. Add plants with

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  • Fall Mums, Are They Hardy?

    Easter and spring time has its lilies, Christmas and holiday time has its poinsettias, and the fall season is celebrated with a Chrysanthemum, or mum. While many people use their mums as a seasonal decoration to set out with straw bales and corn stalks, some gardeners like to plant them

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  • Houseplant of the Month: String of Dolphins

    String of Dolphins is a trailing succulent that is characterized by its iconic dolphin-shaped leaves and long hanging tendrils. While they can bloom, these plants are grown for their interesting foliage rather than their flowers. They look great in hanging baskets and vertical gardens, or they can be trained to

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  • Plants for Back to School

    Indoor plants create a happier, calmer space for creative and focused learning. Research shows that students are happier, have less sick days, are more creative, and have higher test scores. Smarty Plants Classrooms with plants improve test scores by 10% or more. Healthier Students Plants in the classroom result in

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  • August Gardening Checklist

    1. Have Fun Observing Insects A variety of insects is a good sign that you have created a great ecosystem in the garden. Not only is your garden providing a place for caterpillars to become butterflies, but the insects are also great food for the birds! 2. Check to See

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  • Houseplant of the Month: Rabbit Foot Fern

    The rabbit’s foot fern plant gets its name from the furry rhizomes that grow on top of the soil and resemble a rabbit’s foot. The rhizomes often grow over the side of the pot, adding an extra dimension to the plant. Functional as well as decorative, the rhizomes absorb moisture

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  • PA Produce Month

    PA Produce Month is a good ol’ celebration of one of Pennsylvania’s shining stars – vegetables! It encourages all Pennsylvanians – consumers, farmers, and the media – to express gratitude, excitement, and pride for 31 days out of the year when many local vegetables are in their prime, August! 8

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  • Weekly News, 08.01.22

    Happy August! A few of us are on the road this week at the National Perennial Plant Symposium, so I’ll keep this brief. Here are a few notes this week: we recently planted up some fresh, colorful container gardens. If you need something fresh to get you through to fall,

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  • Weekly News, 07.26.22

    Hi gardening friends, One of the to-do’s on our July gardening checklist is to visit other gardens. I’ve always loved visiting our customers’ homes to see what you create with the plants that you get from us. I always admire their hard work and come away inspired. Recently I had

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