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The Region's Best Places to Buy Plants

Check out the area's winners and know where to get plants in the Greater Philadelphia area.

Throughout Northwest Philadelphia and the Greater Philadelphia area, Patch polled readers to find the best place to buy plants in our towns and neighborhoods. After a week of voting, the winners have come in. Check out who won below and let us know what you think by commenting.

Make sure to check back Monday and vote for the area's best spot for Mother's Day brunch.

: Colonial Gardens, 745 Schuylkill Road, Phoenixville

: , 690 Lancaster Avenue, Frazer

: Waterloo Gardens, 136 Lancaster Avenue, Devon

: , 503 W Lancaster Avenue, Wayne

: , 22 Saint Denis Lane, Havertown

: , 362 Righters Mill Road, Gladwyne

: , 25 Rittenhouse Place, Ardmore

: ,650 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth

: 399 Leverington Avenue, Philadelphia

: 559 Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia

: 8125 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia

: 81 S Pennell Road, Media

: Rt.252 & Mary Jane Lane, Newtown Square

: , 1991 Sproul Road, Broomall

: , 956 South Matlack Street, West Chester

Kurt Kendis April 29, 2012 at 11:18 AM
Warning! The disease problems in gardens from the past two years has been attributred to mass produced vegetable plants. It is best, if you can, to buy your plants from a place that started them on the premises from seed -- not mass shipped.
Laura Schwartz April 29, 2012 at 03:07 PM
Having just bought some plants, I would like to encourage readers to visit Pickering Valley Feed on Route 113 in Lionville. Don't leave without talking to TOM there. He is an amazing font of knowledge on all matters pertaining to plants. Bring photos (we took some on the cell phone and brought those) and tell him about the conditions and he will recommend plants, how many, and give you great tips on caring for them. I believe he's there most evenings but is off on Saturdays. Well worth the trip and time to get some healthy plants, the right kind for your needs, and incredible free advice. I feel like we've hired a landscape designer without the cost!

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