Bedner's Farm & Greenhouse
  • Weekly News, 04.16.24

    One of the most enjoyable parts of my job is getting to see the joy that plants, gardening and beautiful landscapes bring to you. I have always loved getting to know you and your stories and how the experience of loving nature and plants brings us all together. Over the...

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  • Weekly News, 04.01.24

    view this week’s newsletter When we decided to feature our David Austin Rose selection this week, I immediately thought of our long-time customer and friend, Tammy Makoul. I had the pleasure of visiting Tammy’s home and garden in the summer of 2020 for a garden tour stop. In addition to...

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  • New Gardening Products This Spring

    gardener-favorite soil, fertilizer and plant care kits   We are always looking for the most popular and new gardening products, and this year we’ve added items from two companies, Fox Farm and We the Wild. Why we love Fox Farm They are passionate about producing only the finest in plant...

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  • Weekly News, 02.13.24

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S NEWSLETTER One of our goals is to inspire you in all we do—with the way our store looks and in creating a positive shopping environment, staff training so that we can best serve you, helpful gardening tips in our emails and social media posts, commitment to the best quality...

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  • Weekly News, 1.30.24

    view this week’s newsletter On Friday, January 26, our family and friends gathered to celebrate the life of Uncle Dick, who passed away on January 18 at the age of 99. Since Bob and Sue purchased their Cecil farm in 1984, Uncle Dick was there to help in so many ways, and was much like...

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  • Weekly News, 1.16.24

    the week’s email newsletter Saying we want to be our best for you is one thing. But showing you hits a little differently, doesn’t it? We filled 2023 with personal and plant growth of all kinds. And if last year is any indication of things to come, spring will be...

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  • No Growth Without Change

    I’m really excited about the changes and improvements we’re working on! Our offices are getting fresh paint and flooring, we’re transitioning to a new point of sale system and new greenhouse computer system and we’re bottling a lot of wine. We’ve been interviewing new team members, too, on top of...

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  • How We Grow When No One’s Looking

    The garden center is closed until spring, though the work we do in the seven months the doors are open to shoppers is just a fraction of what happens throughout the year. The off-season months are full of activity. November was an especially busy time for our Landscape Team who...

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  • Weekly News, 10.04.23

    the week’s email newsletter Fall Traditions. Getting back into the fall routine has me thinking about everyone and everything that makes our lives possible. All of the people who came before us who believed in family, farming and this community. In our case, that was Russ’ namesake and grandfather, Russ,...

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  • Weekly News, 09.12.23

    the week’s email newsletter Fall is in full-swing over here. We kicked off the season with our Fall Open House this past Sunday, and we were so glad to see many of you! If you’re looking for inspiration as the seasons change, we’re fully immersed in fall with colorful pumpkins and...

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  • Weekly News, 08.28.23

    this week’s email newsletter I visited a few homes recently that our Landscape Team had the pleasure to work with on design and install last fall. It was so much fun to see the progress in just one year! The home pictured here was new construction in Canonsburg, so we...

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  • Weekly News, 08.01.23

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S EMAIL NEWSLETTER I’m taking mental notes and photos of my lush August annual plantings and getting ideas on some garden editing. I love the impact and splashes of color from my sunpatiens and annual pennisetum rubrum grass. Then there are my pots of angel’s trumpet and oleander....

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  • Weekly News, 07.18.23

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S EMAIL NEWSLETTER I’ve loved hearing about and seeing the JOYS to be found in your yard and garden right now, and thought I’d share a few below. Let’s keep spreading that joy! Reply back to share with me, and include a photo or two. Or please share...

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  • Weekly News, 07.12.23

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S EMAIL NEWSLETTER ‘The only constant in life is change.’ I looked this quote up and it’s credited to the ancient Greek philosopher, Heraclitus. Ben Franklin took things one step further with ‘When you are finished changing, you are finished.’ People have been struggling with this for centuries,...

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  • Weekly News, 07.03.23

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S EMAIL NEWSLETTER A few members of our staff and I made a quick trip to the Chicago area recently for a perennial plant event at Ball Seed Company. We enjoyed their gardens, as well as those at a fellow garden center and Cantigny Park. It’s always something...

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  • Weekly News, 06.20.23

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S EMAIL NEWSLETTER It doesn’t matter how many years you’ve been gardening or working in the horticulture industry, there is always something new to discover. One of the best parts of my job is walking through the greenhouses each week thinking about what to share. And so often...

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  • Weekly News, 06.13.23

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S EMAIL NEWSLETTER There are so many moments on the farm and in the garden center when we’re too busy getting things done to think about much else. We’ve had plenty of those. But we were also lucky enough to have a little time this winter and spring...

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  • Weekly News, 05.30.23

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S EMAIL NEWSLETTER After the mad rush of spring planting and garden maintenance, it’s a relief to take a more leisurely approach to gardening this month. Here is your June Gardening Checklist, and a few things we’re looking forward to: Sunday, June 11th is our Summer Open House, when...

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  • Weekly News, 05.23.23

    VIEW THIS WEEK’S EMAIL NEWSLETTER One of my daughter’s recent assignments for school was to enhance a space, then write about it. The idea was that we have wonderful opportunities to improve our lives, if we choose. For example, organize your bedroom or closet, pot up a flower arrangement for...

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  • Weekly News, 05.17.23

    view this week’s email newsletter I love to be home. I try to save most of my errands so I can just make one trip. Recently the girls and I had to go to Bridgeville, so we hit up all the places on our list. As we drove (and sat)...

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