Bedner's Farm & Greenhouse
  • The May Perennial and Houseplant of the Month

    Astilbe ‘Deutschland’ and ‘Gynura aurantiaca,’ Purple Passion Vine We’re paying a little more well deserved attention to a select perennial and select houseplant each month. You’ll find them in the garden center, and when you download the free Bedner’s app, you’ll save $4ea on your perennial and $2ea on your...

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  • The April Perennial and Houseplant of the Month

    Sisyrinchium ‘Moody Blues’ and the Tricolor Saxifraga We’re paying a little more well deserved attention to a select perennial and select houseplant each month. You’ll find them in the garden center, and when you download the free Bedner’s app, you’ll save $2 on your houseplant and $3 on your perennial...

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  • The September Perennial and Houseplant of the Month

    ‘Undaunted Ruby’ Muhly Grass and Kalanchoe ‘Chocolate Soldier’ We’re paying a little more well-deserved attention to a select perennial and houseplant each month. And when you download the free Bedner’s app, you’ll save $5ea during the month of September. Undaunted Ruby If you’ve seen Undaunted Ruby (Muhlenbergia reverchonii ‘Undaunted’), you’d...

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  • The August Perennial and Houseplant of the Month

    Hibiscus and Pilea Peperomioides We’re paying a little more well-deserved attention to a select perennial and houseplant each month. And when you download the free Bedner’s app, you’ll save $10ea on this month’s perennial and $5ea on this month’s houseplant during the month of August. Hardy Hibiscus The Hardy Hibiscus...

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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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  • The July Perennial and Houseplant of the Month

    Sempervivum ‘Supersemp Jade’ and Tradescantia ‘Pistachio White’ We’re paying a little more well-deserved attention to a select perennial and houseplant each month. And when you download the free Bedner’s app, you’ll save $5ea on this month’s perennial and $2ea on this month’s houseplant during the month of July. Sempervivum ‘Supersemp...

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  • The June Perennial and Houseplant of the Month

    Tickseed Li’l BangÔ ‘Enchanted Eve’ and Aloe ‘Pink Blush’   We’re paying a little more well deserved attention to a select perennial and select houseplant each month. You’ll find them in the garden center, and when you download the free Bedner’s app, you’ll save $2 on your perennial and houseplant...

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  • The May Perennial and Houseplant of the Month

    Dianthus ‘Kahori’ and Swedish Ivy ‘Plectranthus’   We’re paying a little more well deserved attention to a select perennial and select houseplant each month. You’ll find them in the garden center, and when you download the free Bedner’s app, you’ll save $2 on your perennial and houseplant purchases during their...

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  • The April Perennial and Houseplant of the Month

    We’re paying a little more well deserved attention to a select perennial and select houseplant each month. You’ll find them in the garden center, and when you download the free Bedner’s app, you’ll save $2 on your perennial and houseplant purchases during their month in the spotlight. Columbine ‘Aquilegia Early...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Houseplant of the Month: Porcelain Flower Hoya

    Hoya vines are absolutely stunning indoor plants.  The Hoya climbing vine is easy to care for in most home situations provided they get plenty of indirect light and high humidity. These are long-lived plants that prefer cramped growing conditions. There is no need to prune a Hoya; in fact, the...

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  • Houseplant of the Month: Aloe Vera

    Aloe vera is a houseplant that is well known for it’s healing properties. The gel-like substance contained in the leaves is used for everything from skin conditioners to hair rinses. It’s been used medicinally for over 3,500 years, and is one of the most researched plants for natural health. Aloe...

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  • Houseplant of the Month: Pilea peperomioides

    Pilea peperomioides is often known as the Friendship Plant because it generously reproduces many “baby” plants that you can give away to friends! The attractive, round leaves are a shiny, dark green and resemble large coins, so some refer to it as a money plant. This easy to grow plant...

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  • Houseplant of the Month: African Violets

    African violets are one of the world’s most popular houseplants and for good reason. They were first documented to have arrived in the United States in 1894. They are nostalgic for many of us who remember mom or grandma taking care of these dainty beauties. The African violet makes a...

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  • Top 10 Fool Proof Houseplants

    Do you have a “black thumb”? Do you love houseplants but just can’t seem to keep them alive? Worry no more....

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