Gardening news from Mischler’s

Free local delivery for poinsettias at Mischler’s!

Mischler's poinsettia in Williamsville NY
The Mischler Poinsettia is a traditional, deep-red poinsettia. They’re well branched and full. And Mischler’s is the only local florist that grows their own poinsettias! Photo courtesy Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses

You can order a poinsettia and get free local delivery from Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses in Williamsville. The poinsettia needs to be ordered by Saturday, Dec. 10; it can be delivered as late as Wednesday, Dec. 14. See ordering information here.

Stop in or order a poinsettia that was homegrown in Mischler’s greenhouse! It’s a lovely indoor plant that you can enjoy well into the new year.


Flute concert Dec. 3

Enjoy the holiday sounds presented by flutists of Note-worthy Concertante between 1 and 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3 at Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses.

This free concert has become a holiday tradition. It’s part of Holiday in the Village.

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118 South Forest Rd., Williamsville, NY 14221

(716) 632-1290

(877) 363-1879

Garden Shop:

Mon-Fri 8-5

Sat 9-5

Floral Shop Hours: Mon-Fri 8-5, Sat 9-5     

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miniature Christmas tree at Mischler's in Williamsville

Flower arrangements to deck your halls!

In this arrangement, sprigs of boxwood create a miniature Christmas tree decked out with ornaments. Use it as a centerpiece for your holiday table, as a hostess gift or a gift you can take to a nursing home.

Browse through Mischler’s holiday arrangements here.

Delivery of Christmas items starts Dec. 1.





child next to large poinsettia at Mischler's in Williamsville NY
Chloe Yadon, 3 1/2, checks out the poinsettia that’s almost as tall as she is at Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses. Photo courtesy Mischler’s

Dramatic 3-foot tall poinsettias–find them at Mischler’s!

These unusual poinsettias fill up empty spaces with holiday charm.

Mischler’s uses an old-time growing method to produce these tall, wonderful plants. Instead of pinching back the plant to produce more “flowers,” the staff lets these poinsettia plants grow as tall as they like. The “flowers” on these plants are larger, too.

The poinsettias look full and attractive–there are multiple plants placed in a large pot.

The pot with a 12-inch circumference is $90 and the 14-inch circumference pot is $120.

The stock of these large poinsettias is limited. Stop in today!


Different colors & combinations: see more poinsettias!

Here are a couple of the 15 varieties of poinsettias that will be available at Mischler’s:

Poinsettia Princettia
‘Pretty Princettia’ in white abounds with loads of small “flowers.” It’s dressed with foil, bow and berries.
Pretty Princettia combined with houseplants in a basket
A six-inch ‘Pretty Princettia’ poinsettia in pink is combined with a six-inch cyclamen and other lovely houseplants for a gift basket that can last years.


gift certificate from Mischler's
Photo courtesy Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses

The perfect gift for the gardener

Would your gardening friend like new houseplants this winter or prefer to splurge on annuals in spring?

It’s hard to know, but you can cover all your bases with a gift certificate from Mischler’s.

Gift certificates are valid for two years from the date of purchase. This is great for the gardener who wants a lovely fresh cut flower arrangement now or for perennials later in the growing season.

The recipient can use the gift certificate for anything from Mischler’s Floral Shop or Garden Center any time of the year.

Stop by Mischler’s at 118 South Forest Rd., Williamsville and purchase gift certificates in any dollar amount for all your gardening friends.


succulents at Mishler's in Williamsville New York
You can find small and large succulents, slow and fast growers, and succulents with fascinating leaves. Photo courtesy Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouses

Succulents: Easy & beautiful!

Succulents are easy to care for– they thrive on neglect! Overwatering even one time can rot the roots and kill the plant, but they can bounce back from drying out. If your container has good drainage and you don’t water too much, your succulent will be happy.

Mischler’s offers 100 varities of succulents! Find them in their signature clay pot in two sizes: three-inch and six-inch pots.

Most require full sun (especially in winter) but some, like varieties of jade and aloe, can handle indirect light.

Some succulents grow slowly, which makes them perfect for windowsills or desks. Others grow quickly and make good statement plants.

There are all sorts of leaf shapes available, including rosettes, spikes, tubes and soft scalloped edges.

There are so many succulents to choose from. Here are highlights of just a few varieties:

  • Echeveria: These popular rose-shaped plants tend to stay compact. They need full sun.
  • Kalanchoe: These fast-growing succulents are enjoyed most for their foliage, but do have interesting blooms.
  • Haworthia: Many of these have translucent windows on leaf ends. They prefer indirect light and are slow-growing.
  • Senecio: This genus includes the popular ‘String of Pearls’, but also includes upright shrub-type plants.
  • Aloe: This genus includes the “burn plant” Aloe vera, but also many lovely decorative varieties.


8 Comments on “Gardening news from Mischler’s

  1. Your website for 69 cent sale does not open. Tried the website listed and that’s not working either.

    Can you just tell me if your going to have a large selection of succulents, maybe the size might be a little bigger than last year’s plants, I know there only 69 cents but it would be nice to see what’s planted.

  2. not techy, so not sure the problem. it pulls up on our office computers/ we use firefox.
    and i went on buff niagra gardening on my iphone and it come up using safari.

  3. Hi Donna, thanks for letting us know. I have alerted Mischler’s. Question: what browser are you using? It might be Safari, Chrome, FireFox, Microsoft Edge or something else.

  4. I have Not been able to access the 69cent List & have tried multiple times.

    Is anyone else having trouble?

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