We're in full SPRING at DePalma Farms & Greenhouses

After our winter break, we're back in full "SPRING"!

We'll Spring is finally here and DePalma Farms is in full flower mode.  Starting in early March, DePalma Farms has been busy seeding, planting and getting ready to open it's doors once again for the upcoming planting season. 

We currently have 15 greenhouses and all are now stocked full of flowers from A to Z.  We carry Ageratums, Begonias, Impatiens, Geraniums, Dahlias, Marigolds, New Guinea Impatiens, Double Impatiens, Snapdragons, Petunias, Portulacas, Salvia, Vinca, and Zinnia...just to name a few...lol.    We pride ourselves on quality and mostly specialize in annual bedding plants, vegetable plants and hanging baskets.  We carry all the hybrid varieties including Proven Winners, Paradise, Fiesta, Flowering Fields, Potunias, Suncatcher and many more if you are savy on those brand names.   

Check out some of the pictures I've attached or even better, come stop by and take a look....You won't be dissappointed! 

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Cathy Weber May 06, 2012 at 04:21 PM
I've been buying impatiens, geraniums, begonias, etc here for years and the quality of the plants is top notch! I feel great about supporting a local grower, too!
Cari DePalma May 06, 2012 at 04:29 PM
Thank you so much Cathy! We love hearing that from our customers. We pride ourselves on providing the best quality and we greatly appreciate your support! :o)
bud May 07, 2012 at 11:14 PM
Do you sell fresh produce also? Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplants, etc?
Cari DePalma May 08, 2012 at 10:19 AM
Yes we do! We have a few varieties of Peppers (bell, cubanelle, hot, cherry), Plum Tomatoes, Big Tomatoes, Italian and Regular Eggplants. We also grow Italian Cucumber, Green Squash, Corn, Cabbage, Cauliflower and a few other different items every year. Our produce is available in late July/early August through November/December.


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