Welcome to Becker's Farm

Becker's Farm is devoted to providing the best quality annuals, perennials, nursery stock, and roses possible. We strive for quality over quantity to ensure that it's easy maintenance for you with a very low chance of anything happening to your flowers, assuming proper care has been performed. We also carry just about any product you would need to maintain your garden through out the season including, mulches, pesticides, fertilizers, insecticides, and fungicides.

Once fall arrives, we provide top quality uniform mums that will bring you color straight into the Christmas season changing with the seasons is our inventory. For Christmas, we provide trees, kissing balls, wreaths, and the all time classic Christmas flower, the Poinsettia.

Becker’s Farm Garden Center Rewards Program

Start Watching the Flowers Bloom and the Birds Sing!
Join Becker’s Farm Rewards Today for Floristic Rewards!

Your Card is Waiting for You! Fill out an application at our store and drop it off at the register. You’ll get your card right then.

How Becker’s Farm Rewards Program Works:

  • Earn points with every purchase.
  • Collect 250 points – Receive $10.00 off!
  • No cost to join.

Store Hours

Monday - Friday 8am — 6pm
Saturday 8am — 5pm
Sunday 8am — 4pm

Our Location

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

420 Columbia Turnpike Rensselaer, NY 12144

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Our Plants

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Latest Articles

Plants Deer Won’t Like

Deer in large herds with insufficient food will eat almost any garden vegetation, particularly in harsh winters. You can minimize deer damage by choosing plants that are the least favored and avoiding those that are the most liked so plan your garden accordingly.

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Grasses With Gusto

Ornamental Grasses lend a unique dimension to the landscape with the addition of texture, sound, motion and architecture.  By planting ornamental grasses, you can also add multi-seasonal excitement to your landscape.

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The Cutting Garden

The classic gardener’s dilemma is whether or not to cut flowers for enjoyment or leave them to look nice in the garden. Often, removing flowers from the border can make it less attractive and leave a hole in the garden.

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