Keep Those Mosquitos at Bay
With Broccolo’s Organic Garlic Spray!

Treat just your patio or your entire property for a planet-friendly barrier between you and mosquito pests! Treatments start at $85 per visit.

Plants for Your Wet Sunny Garden

We have solutions for the wet areas in your yard- adding a raingarden will provide color and interest, while absorbing water. Here are Broccolo’s top 7 plants for sunny, wet areas- we carry all of these at our garden center and all bloom at different times so you will have season long color and interest. All of these plants are available at our Garden Center! Come and get them, or we
can design and install for you!

Cephalanthus (Buttonbush)

round fuzzy blooms
in late summer/fall.

Aronia (Chokeberry)
Pretty blooms in spring as well as brilliant fall leaf color.
(Obedient Plant)

Pink blooms in late summer/early fall. If the flowers are bent, they will stay in the new position- hence the name ‘obedient’!

Cornus Sericea
(Red and Yellow Twig Dogwood)

Not only do they provide spring blossoms, but show off in the winter months with brilliant red and yellow twigs to stand out against the snow.

Iris versicolor (Blue Flag Iris)

Striking blue color in the late spring/early summer.

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

Pretty purple blossoms in the summer months.

Baptisia (False Indigo)

Provides height and yellow or blue spiky blooms in the early summer.

Broccolo’s Entrepreneurship Program

Interested in starting your own mowing business or already mow?
Broccolo will teach and pay you and your business to edge, mulch, prune and plant the Broccolo Way.

Thrillers, Fillers, & Spillers

Thrillers, fillers and spillers are key to good design. What’s your style?  Let us help you choose!

Broccolo Classes

Pressed Flowers

June 4,2022

Create an 8” X 10” glass framed piece of art with artsy and fun flowers. Learn how to layer natural dried cuttings to make a beautiful wall hanging. Bring any embellishments like script, verses, or other additions to make it unique and personal.

*Ages 18 and up | Cost: $25