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FAQs

When is Quality Gardens, Inc. open?
Quality Gardens, Inc. is open all year, with longer hours in the peak spring and summer seasons. Please call (724) 625-2770 for the current season’s hours of operation.

Does Quality Gardens, Inc. deliver?
Yes, we can deliver your purchase of trees, shrubs, mulch, statuary, and other garden goods. Delivery pricing varies with the size of the order and the delivery location. We can also plant your trees or shrubs upon delivery.

Where is Quality Gardens, Inc.?
We are easy to find. Click here for directions.

Can Quality Gardens, Inc. design my landscape?
Yes, we have a full service Landscape Division. Our landscape designer, Mark Waldsmith, can work with you to design your landscape. You can then plant the design yourself or our Landscaping Crew can install the plants and hardscape elements for you.

Does Quality Gardens, Inc. grow their own plants?
Yes, almost all of our seasonal annuals, perennials, roses, herbs and vegetables are grown on site. While some of the nursery stock is grown on site, most of it is purchased from Northern nurseries with a similar climate to Butler County, Pennsylvania.

Will Quality Gardens, Inc. special order or grow plants?
Yes! If you are looking for a special plant, let us know! We will try to locate any plant for you. If you are looking for a hard-to-find variety of annual or perennial, let us know. We will do our best to find or custom-grow the varieties you want.

Will Quality Gardens special order statuary or concrete products?
Yes! We place several orders a year for statuary products and are happy to place an order for you. Come in, browse our catalogs and choose a style. Most of our suppliers even allow you to select the exact color and finish you would like.

What is the Quality Gardens, Inc. guarantee?
Trees and Shrubs: Receive a 100% store credit or replacement on the plant for one year from the orginal sale. We must have the orginal receipt. Roses and Ground Covers: Recieve 100% store credit or replacement for up to 30 days from date-of-purchase. Perennials: Receive 100% store credit for up to 90 days from date-of-purchase. Guarantee will not be given if any of the plants are in the original container. No guarantee is given for annuals, bonsai, pond plants, and live Christmas trees.

What can I do if I have a problem with plants purchased at Quality Gardens, Inc.?
Any time you suspect a problem with a plant, bring in a sample of tissue (leaves, twigs, etc.) displaying symptoms. We will diagnose the problem and recommend a course of treatment.

Will Quality Gardens, Inc. sell to wholesale customers?
Yes, we offer our products to landscape contractors, florists, garden centers, and grocery stores.

Can Quality Gardens, Inc. help non-profit organizations with fundraisers?
Yes, we work with local clubs, schools, churches, hospitals, charities, and more to organize successful fundraising campaigns.

Are Gift Certificates available through Quality Gardens, Inc.?
Yes, You can purchase a gift certificate in any monetary amount. Drop by our store or call toll free to charge by phone.

How can I talk with someone at Quality Gardens, Inc.?
Click here to find out how you can contact Quality Gardens, Inc. by phone, fax, or email.

Can Quality Gardens, Inc. help me design a pond?
Yes, we offer a full line of pond supplies, from liners, filters, and pumps to fish and plants, to fish food and chemicals to maintain your pond. Drop by the store to see our stock, or call our Landscape Designer, Mark Waldsmith, to have your pond professionally designed and installed.

When is it safe to plant trees and shrubs?
Our trees and shrubs can be planted anytime a spade can be driven into the ground (anytime the ground is not frozen).

When is it safe to plant annuals and perennials?
Some annuals, such as dianthus, pansy, viola and snapdragon, are cold tolerant. They can be planted outdoors in late March to early April with light protection needed from hard frosts. The average frost-free date here in Western Pennsylvania is May 15. This is the date when tender annuals can usually be planted outdoors without the risk of frost damage. However, every year is different so weather reports should be watched into early June. In case of late frosts, plants in beds can be covered with brown bags, sheets, or frost cloth. Container gardens can be moved to a sheltered location.