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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BECKER'S FARM
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Harvest Connection

Harvest Connection is a website where customers can connect with garden centers, farms, farm stands, nurseries, etc. in their communities. You can find a farm that sells locally grown fruits and vegetables as well as plants, trees, shrubs and more. We invite you to explore the many opportunities to buy fresh and buy local.

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Tools for Holiday Gift Giving

It’s easy to shop for gifts for the gardeners on our holiday list. There are always new tools available for the serious, and not so serious, gardeners in our lives. In fact, there may be too many to pick from, but we can help you narrow down the selection to find the perfect gift.

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Holiday Light Safety

Holiday lights are, by far, the most popular holiday decoration, adding sparkle and elegance to the season. Whether you use classic strings of lights, themed light displays or elaborate light dances, follow these important precautions when illuminating your home this year, both indoors and out, then sit back and enjoy the beauty of the season.

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Winter Vegetables on the Table

Winter marks a seasonal change. Our bodies seem to crave deeper, more tantalizing, richer tastes rather than light, bright, fruity flavors of summer. Harvesting vegetables in the late fall, and sometimes into the winter, presents us with bounty for slow, simple and savory cooking.

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