Our Garden Center is open every day with 1000's of plants to choose from. We have sample gardens on-site, and will help you during the entire selection process. In addition to the variety of trees, shrubs, bulbs, perennials and annuals, that we sell, we also have garden supplies, bulk fertilizer, Liquid Fence, mulch, soil, outdoor furniture, and more.
We also make custom planters to fit your style and taste. You can use your own container or choose from our wide selection of clay, ceramic, and plastic pots. For your convenience, Kirshner Nurseries delivers 7 days a week to accommodate your schedule.
Our Nursery Products include:
Bagged Mulch (ALSO AVAILABLE IN BULK FOR PICKUP OR DELIVERY)
Soil (BAGGED OR BULK AVAILABLE FOR TOPSOIL, SAND, COMPOST)
Compost (organic leaf compost)
Bagged Stone (BULK AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP OR DELIVERY)
Sunset Stone 1"-3"
River Rock 1-3"
River Rock 3/4"
Stone Red Tipple
Sahara Stone 2-A
HIBISCUS ROSE OF SHARON
FRUIT TREES (SEMI-DWARF)
CHERRIES (SWEET AND SOUR)
CHICAGO HARDY FIGS
BROWN TURKEY FIG
ELDERBERRY (YORK, ADAMS)
LILY OF THE VALLEY
HENS AND CHICKS
BLACK EYE SUSAN
GALLERIA 'GOBLINS BLANKET '
EUPHORIA 'ASCOT RAINBOW '
Focused on Growing
Landscapes are very dynamic and full of life. Too often, people purchase plants and supplies and generally have no idea what to do with them once they get them home.
That is where Kirshner's can help!
As your local yard enhancement experts, we have the professional knowledge to see to all your landscaping needs. We take a harmonious, low-maintenance approach to improving the outdoor areas around your home or business, and guide you in every step of the process.
From selection to purchase to installation, you have your own personalized access to one of our landscape professionals. We will be happy to answer all your questions and show you just how amazing your property can look.
At Kirshner, we provide a full range of products and services, including: landscaping, maintenance programs, 1000’s of trees, shrubs, perennials, and more. We have been working with customers in the Bucks County community since 1979, and we carry on that tradition of excellence to this day.
We have an emphasis on low-maintenance varieties, and, along with the greenery in our Garden Center, we stock a large selection of different hard goods as well to get the job done right. In the future, we plan to expand our online inventory to better serve you, our valued customer.
Please stop into Kirshner Landscape & Nursery and take a look at our wide selection, or call us at 215-968-7730 to schedule your personalized appointment.
Want to know more about the type of plants and flowers we have? Below is just a small sample of some of the amazing flowers and plants we offer in our Garden Center.
White Butterfly Bush (Buddleia Davidii 'Alba'): This bush grows 5 feet tall and 5 feet wide. It shows panicles of fragrant white flowers that have orange ends on the branches from the mid-summer till mid of fall. It has grayish green foliage throughout the season, and has fuzzy narrow leaves. This bush attracts butterflies.
Purple Butterfly Bush (Buddleia Davidii): These bushes get beautiful purple blooms, and have large, dark gray-green leaves. The flower heads are of 6-8" with beautiful fragrance. These bushes attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and other beneficial insects.
Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus alba 'Elegantissima.'): This bush grows to a height of 8', and an 8' width. It bears variegated leaves, which are greenish gray with a white edge, and has small white flowers which together form a flat cluster. The flowers then transform into berries which are white with hints of blue and green. During fall, it will get a rose or gold foliage.
Common White Lilac (Syringa Vulgaris): Lilac bush is a beautiful and fragrant deciduous shrub, and can be used as a hedge. It gets white flowers in clusters and has dark green leaves which are heart-shaped.
Aphrodite Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus Syriacus): This is a deciduous shrub, which has a green foliage and long-lasting flowers, which can be rosy-pink in color. It grows to a height of 10 feet tall and 6 feet wide. Its funnel-shaped blooms resemble tropical hibiscus plant.
Mountain Laurel (Kalmia Latifolia): For mountain laurel shrub identification, remember these attributes. This shrub is a broad leaf evergreen, which has deep green glossy leaves. During spring the shrub displays small pink and white flowers.
Boxwood (Buxus Sempervirens): Boxwood shrubs are common bushes used for landscaping. They have tiny foliage and a dense texture, which makes it good as a landscape plant can be. It can be pruned into any desired shape.
Black Chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa Michx): This is a woody shrub, which grows 3-6' high with the same width. This shrub gets shiny pendulous clusters of black berries, has lustrous green leaves, and the flowers are white-pink in color, which grow in loose clusters.
Burning Bush (Euonymus Alata): Burning bush is hard to miss plant, as it gets bright red foliage during the autumn. It also bears reddish-orange berries during autumn. It can grow over 15 feet tall, and so needs to be pruned regularly.
Japanese Barberry (Berberis Thunbergii): This is a dense deciduous shrub that has deeply grooved brown, spiny branches. These branches have a single spine at each shoot note. The leaves of this shrub are oval-shaped and very small, and the flowers are pale yellow, which produces edible glossy bright red berries which contain a single seed. 5
Common Spice Bush (Lindera Benzoin): This is a 5-20 feet tall shrub which is a native to the laurel family. It has smooth-edged, oval and pointed alternate leaves which are oblong. It gets red berries, and when you crush the twigs or any part of this bush you will get a lemony-spicy smell.
Variegated Yucca (Yucca Filamentosa): This plant has greenish-blue leaves, which have white margins. During winter, the leaves get a tinge of pink. This evergreen shrub is slow-growing and forms massive tufts of foliage up to 30 inches. It also provides large white flowers which are edible.
Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia): One of the longest blooming trees, the Crape Myrtle grows as short as 18 inches and as tall as 40 feet. It has smooth alternate leaves, and the flowers in summer are big showy cluster of pink, purple, lavender, or red. The fruits followed by the flowers are brown or black.
Hydrangea (Hydrangea): These are beautiful flowering plants whose flowers get white, blue, pink, and other colors in attractive clusters. These are small shrubs, which have large dark green leaves which are pointed.
Privet (Ligustrum Vulgare): This plant makes excellent tall sound barriers. It has thick foliage which is dark green and gets tiny white flowers.
Viburnums (Viburnums): There are many species of viburnum and the foliage can be rounded, lance-shaped, or toothed. It can be velvety smooth or rough in texture. The flowers of viburnum shrubs are mostly white or pink in color, and often are fragrant.
Leatherleaf Viburnum (Viburnum Rrhytidophyllum): These are large shrubs which can reach 10 feet high and spread 6 feet or more. They have leathery leaves which are dark lustrous green and are fuzzy gray below and their leaves droop limply from the stems. During late spring, clusters of tiny white flowers can be seen, which are followed by oval red berries.
Azalea (Azaleas): These are flowering plants which bloom in spring with big pinkish-white flowers. The plant also has long bright green leaves which are slender.
For more information about the products that we offer in our Garden Center, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 215-968-7730.