Henry’s Gardens


7884 Sisson Hwy., Eden New York
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cut flowers at Henry's Gardens on Eden
Starting July 15, you can pick your own flowers for 60 cents a stem in Henry’s Gardens. Photo courtesy Henry’s Gardens

Henry’s Gardens is the garden center with cut flowers. Buy the flowers freshly cut from our fields, or stroll through our fields yourself to select exactly what you want.

A full-service garden center, we carry the plants and tools you need for your garden.

We’re conveniently located in Eden, just three miles from the Village of Hamburg.

We are open for the season. Our hours will be 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. We will be closed July 4-6.

Watch for our classes and other events.

We are a proud member of PLANT WNY (the Professional Landscape & Nursery Trades of WNY), the presenter of Plantasia.

 

Primula polyanthus 'Victoriana Gold Lace'
This fancy primrose is Primula polyanthus ‘Victoriana Gold Lace’. It’s one of the unusual primrose plants you can get at Henry’s Gardens. Photo courtesy Henry’s Gardens.

 

U-pick cutting garden

Our cutting gardens, located just three miles from the Village of Hamburg, will be open from July 15 through frost.

You can walk through our cutting garden from dawn to dusk, picking the flowers you want. The cost is 60 cents per stem.

If you need some guidance, bring your own container and the staff of Henry’s Gardens will help you design and fill it on site.

You can also buy flowers, freshly cut, in our garden center.

Whether it’s for a wedding, a fancy party or a backyard barbecue, have fresh flowers to make the event more festive.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Why fungi make our plants better

For millions of years, plants have formed symbiotic relationships with mycorrhizal fungi, and these fungi are essential to healthy soil.

When we add mycorrhizal fungi to the soil for our greenhouse plants, we re-establish these essential microbes. The benefits for the plant are:

  • Mycorrhizal inoculations increase greenhouse plants’ effective rooting area.
  • Mycorrhizal colonization increases a plant’s ability to absorb soil nutrients.
  • The symbiosis with mycorrhizal mycelia increases water absorption.

The bottom line is that you get a stronger and healthier plant!

 

cutting gardens of flower at Henry's Gardens in Eden
In season, you can stroll through the cutting gardens at Henry’s and select the flowers you want, or buy them already cut in our garden center. Photo courtesy Henry’s Gardens