Too much water…Make a rain garden!


We’ve Got You Covered this Mother’s Day!

Vibrant Mother’s Day baskets are ready and staying warm in our barn for you!  Broccolo’s friendly knowledgeable staff like Jeanine  (above) have been stocking our Garden Center with beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers in anticipation of your visit!  We have umbrellas and covered golf carts to take you around. Ride in style! Don’t forget to say hello to Bella… Broccolo’s sweet hound dog loves to welcome you to the Garden Center!




Too much rain? Try these Natural Solutions from Broccolo…
Aeration will be especially important this spring. Standing water or moss in lawns and around trees indicates compacted soil that needs aeration.  All this rain has left compacted soil and plants struggling for oxygen. Broccolo provides not only lawn aeration, but also root aerations for stressed  evergreens and shade trees. Mosquitoes will be another side effect of all this water.  Broccolo offers all-natural Mosquito Barrier treatments reducing the pesky insects for weeks.  Call us before your next outdoor event.  Rain gardens are another solution to soggy areas frequently inundated. Instead of breeding mosquitoes, grow interesting plants that thrive in wet conditions. 


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Come out and support Camp Good Days this weekend!  Broccolo Garden Center Welcomes Zach Forbes, Camp Good Days special events coordinator. He will be on hand to answer questions and share information about this wonderful organization.
Camp Good Days provides residential camping programs at their beautiful Recreational Facility, located on the shores of Keuka Lake in Branchport, New York, as well as year-round recreational and support activities, in the Rochester, Buffalo, Ithaca & Syracuse, New York areas for children with cancer and the entire family.