Commercial Plant Grower and Garden Center in Erie, PA. 


Mon-Fri 9-6  

Sat 9-5  

Sun 11-4

Stan's Garden Center is the largest commercial plant grower between Buffalo and Cleveland. We have a massive selection of plant material including annual plants, garden vegetables, cooking and garden herbs, tropical plants, bonsai plants, garden trees, perennial plants, and more. In addition to homegrown plant material, we also offer a large variety of DIY gardening supplies and home garden decor.

All of the homegrown plants and plant material from Stan's Garden Center are grown inside our very own greenhouses. With over 31 acres of land, we have the capabilities to grow any type of plant material you need. We guarantee the first ride your plants will take is in your car, not a commercial truck.

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Leaf QuotesWhen I first decided I wanted to “grow flowers” over 25 years ago, I went to Stan’s…and the rest, as they say, is history. The staff was always friendly and patient, especially when I knew the look I wanted but had no Idea what plants and shrubs to use to get it. If one employee didn’t know the answer to my never-ending questions, he or she could always point me to someone who did. I have learned so much from them over the years that my “English Cottage Garden” actually won “best of” one summer in a local contest. I have been to many other nurseries and greenhouses, but I always come back to Stan’s. They’re the best!

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Gardening Blog from Stan's Garden Center


by Greenhouse / Production Department September 11, 2016

As we enter late Summer the ever popular mum has become available. Many times local gardeners will comment how compact and full of blooms are mums are. How do you do that? Mine Don’t look like that?

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Fall Plants on "Steroids"!!
Fall Plants on "Steroids"!!

by Store / Retail Department September 09, 2016

As a gardening consumer you may feel overwhelmed with the choices of fertilizers. Do I use this one on this plant? That one on my other plant? Can I use the same one on both?

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