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Cherry Fluff Echinacea

By |2021-04-22T12:47:26-04:00July 29th, 2019|Lawn and Garden, Perennials, Plant Care|

Gardeners who love unusual and unique contrasting color take note, this coneflower, Echinacea Cherry Fluff, will add pizzazz and interest to any garden bed. With an explosion of bi-colored blossoms from mid-june through September it will provide interest all season long. The centers of the blossom are bright lime green radiating outward and having pale pink colored petals with contrast with its stunning olive green foliage.

Pollinator Week

By |2021-04-22T12:50:20-04:00June 17th, 2019|Container Gardening, Herbs, Lawn and Garden, Perennials, Seasonal Color|

Join us in celebrating pollinators! Monday, June 17 marks the beginning of Pollinator Week, a national celebration of the amazing invertebrates that are vital to the health of ecosystems and agriculture. It’s a perfect time to celebrate the birds, bugs and lizards that are so essential to the crops we grow, the flowers we smell, and the plants that produce the air we breathe.

Late May at the Garden Center

By |2021-04-22T12:57:41-04:00May 23rd, 2019|Container Gardening, Lawn and Garden, Perennials, Seasonal Color|

Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, our garden center is bursting at the seams with spectacular displays of colors, hues, textures and foliage; provided by Mother Nature herself. From annuals and perennials for planting in beds to potted container plants for the porch and patio, plus all the garden necessities to ensure your selections grow to their full potential, Goffle Brook Farms is your one stop shopping destination for all your lawn and garden needs.

How do butterflies pollinate plants

By |2021-04-22T13:22:34-04:00July 26th, 2018|Container Gardening, Perennials, Seasonal Color|

But the best part of sharing your plants and flowers are when welcome visitors such as this lovely butterfly pay us a visit for a sip of nature’s nectar in its purest form. Putting on a dazzling display of aeronautics they dart to and fro choosing what color tickles their fancy. The numbers of these pollinators are being reduced in alarming rates by habitat loss, through urbanization and the overuse of pesticides.

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