Welcome to Becker's Farm LLC

Our Mission at Becker's Farm is committed to provide a pleasant shopping experience in gardening for our customers, community and staff. We strive to produce the highest quality plants with a full line of lawn care and gardening products while offering excellent personal customer service at an affordable cost.

We are open 7 days a week for your shopping convenience. We also added a new service this year, offering an installation service for larger tree and shrub purchases. Please call or stop in to find out more about the installation packages offered.

Location

We are located in East Greenbush across the street from Columbia Plaza

420 Columbia Turnpike
Rensselaer, NY 12144
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Hours

Mon-Fri - 8am-6pm
Saturdays - 8am-5pm
Sundays - 8am-4pm

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Winter Interest in the Garden

Many gardeners think of the fourth season as a time for rest, but winter can be interesting and fun to plan for a bold, appealing landscape. While most of us plan our landscapes for bloom times in spring and summer, there are many plants offering color and texture appeal for the cold season landscape. Winter […]

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Rotating Your Vegetable Crops

Whether you just plant a few tomatoes, herbs and some lettuce or an elaborate garden complete with exotic selections of lesser known veggies, you’ll want to rotate your crops each year. All types of vegetable crops – brassicas, onions, legumes and root crops – require a slightly different blend of nutrients and trace elements, even […]

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Vegetable Gardening With The Seasons

Want to grow vegetables in every season? Generally, vegetables can be divided into cool-season, warm-season and hot-season crops. The key to extending your gardening season to the limits is successive garden planting and planning. Planting cool-season crops in early spring, followed by warm-season plants, then ending in the fall with cool-season crops again will help […]

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