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 Mondays through Fridays from 9am - 3pm and Saturdays from 9am - 1pm. We are closed Sundays.

Location

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

420 Columbia Turnpike
Rensselaer, NY 12144
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Winter Hours

Monday- Friday 9am-3pm
Saturdays 9am-1pm
Closed Sundays

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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Bay: An Herb Worth Enjoying

A staple in most kitchens, bay (Laurus nobilis) is a familiar herb popular for flavoring soups, stews, stuffing and marinades. But how much do you know about this savory seasoning? History of Bay Originally from Asia Minor including Turkey and Armenia, this fragrant plant is a broadleaf evergreen also known as sweet bay, bay tree […]

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The Edible Garden

Who said fruits and vegetables can’t be show-offs in the ornamental beds? Mix fruits and veggies into your flower and shrub borders to add drama, texture, color and, most importantly, food! Blueberries Displaying white flowers tinged in pink in little tassels during late spring, blueberries will grow only in moist, peaty soil with a pH […]

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Dill, Delicious Dill

Have you enjoyed dill? An often overlooked herb, dill deserves much more attention in both the garden and the kitchen than it normally receives. Growing Dill This cool season plant is best when planted in very early spring or in late fall. Dill does best when planted from seed, because it doesn’t transplant well. Simply […]

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