Celebrating Pride

Broccolo celebrates the Freedom of all Americans to always be themselves. Diversity is a founding principal in the Broccolo culture in environment and employment. In honor of social and environmental justice, consider diversity in your gardens by planting a rainbow of colors instead of monocultures of just grass.

June is awareness month for LBGTQ communities and in Rochester we celebrate Pride with a festival and parade on Saturday July 16th.

June 19th is a national holiday to commemorate the ending of slavery in the US. This year Juneteenth will be celebrated in Rochester on Saturday June 18th.

A Rainbow of
Color & Diversity for Your Garden

For a tropical look: orange, red and yellow Celosia, purple Persian Shield, spiky Cordyline, tall purple Solanum, blue Agapanthus and tall yellow Helianthus.

Perennials in bloom for sunny gardens!Orange Lychnis, Yellow Coreopsis, Green foliage all season, Purple Salvia, Arizona Red Gaillardia, Blue and Profusion Salvias

Easy spreading sunny annuals! Orange Marigolds and array of every color in Petunias.

Annual Shade Garden with red Caladium, orange Begonias, blue Toreneia, limey yellow Potato Vine and Creeping Jenny.

Broccolo Classes

Pollinator Palooza – 10% OFF Special Plants – Giveaways

June 11,2022
Find out what are the best trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals that will attract your favorite pollinator. Learn crucial information regarding flowers, seasons and more.
Cost: $25