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Hall's Garden Center & Florist

Nurseries & Greenhouses Berkeley Heights
One of the Best Garden Center's in NJ

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700 Springfield Ave Map
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Route Berkeley Heights, NJ   07922  
Addresss
700 Springfield Ave, Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922
Landline
(908) 665-0331
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(908) 665-9804
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Description

Family owned and operated since 1978 Hall’s Garden Center and Florist has become one of the largest garden centers in Central New Jersey. With emphasis on customer service and consistent unique product, Hall’s Garden Center offers a selection, which can satisfy even the most eclectic palate. All of our material is hand picked from sources throughout the country and we welcome special ordering throughout the year. Hall’s dependable team of professionals can install all of our material as well as design the landscape of your dreams. And of course all of our work and products are guaranteed.

Hall's Garden Center & Florist can be found at 700 Springfield Ave . The following is offered: Nurseries & Greenhouses . In Berkeley Heights there are 1 other Nurseries & Greenhouses. An overview can be found here.

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Opening hours

National Holiday Hours: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm (Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day)

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Products And Services

  • Delivery

    At Hall’s Garden Center and Florist part of our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to enjoy your purchases. That’s why we have a hassle-free home delivery service. Our nominal delivery charges, posted at our registers, will ensure a safe and timely delivery anywhere on your property accessible by trucks, forklifts or handcarts. Our fleet of trucks can handle any size purchase and some even come equipped with a forklift to better serve your needs. Every effort will be made to accommodate your request.

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  • Florist & Gift Shop

    Hall’s Florist is a team of professionals with over 50 years of experience. Our common goal is to, quite simply, exceed expectations. Our Floral creations span from contemporary to nostalgic design. We are family owned and operated and committed to offering only the finest floral arrangements and gifts, backed by service that is friendly and professional. All of our customers are important and our professional staff is dedicated to making your experience a pleasant one.

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  • A Helping Hand

    Some people are naturally handy while others prefer a helping hand. For those who would like a helping hand, Hall’s Garden Center and Florist offers a service to help build any of your purchases. Instead of studying complicated directions and giving up your afternoon, let our team of professionals assemble your purchase without having parts left over. For further details and our labor rates please contact us at (908) 665-0331.

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  • Potting & Plantings Service

    Is time your enemy? Why not bring your containers to Hall’s Garden Center & Florist and have our team pot up your planters for you. Pick out your combinations or leave it to us and have them delivered right to your house. Are your pots too big to bring in? We can come to your home and plant them for you. Need a rhododendron or boxwood replaced in your landscape? Hall’s Planting Team can install one plant or an entire landscape for you. Our planting service is equal to the price of the plant you choose and guaranteed.

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  • Specialty Pruning Service

    Are you apprehensive about pruning your plants? What’s the right time, how far do I prune, is it safe? Let our expert technicians not only answer those questions, but also free up your day by having Hall’s do the hard work for you.

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  • Design Build Services

    Design Services A. INITIAL ESTIMATE Estimates will be provided at no charge. An initial estimate includes a brief site visit to determine the scope of work* to be bid on along with a written proposal. Clients should have a strong knowledge of the scope of work desired and provide us with detailed list of action items. B. LANDSCAPE CONSULTATION A Landscape Consultation is a flat fee $125, which includes a site visit, discussion of landscape improvements, and a formal proposal. This provides the client with an opportunity to discuss at length their project goals, plants, design styles, or any other inquiries they may have about their personal landscape. This fee can be applied and deducted from project costs if/when the project is awarded to Hall’s Garden Center and Florist. C. LANDSCAPE DESIGN Landscape Design and Plans start at $250 and are determined after the landscape consultation. Design fees vary based on scope of work and can be applied and deducted from project costs if/when the project is awarded to Hall’s Garden Center and Florist. Landscape design includes a detailed landscape plan, plant schedule, photo callouts, written proposal, and our standard Landscape Consultation. Additional Consulting Hours: These hours are any additional hours to be spent performing site surveys, consulting with clients, off-site preparation of recommendations, locating materials, supervising or consulting with contractors, preparing cost estimates and material lists, preparing photographs and travel time. Consulting hours are billed at $75.00 per hour and need to be estimated, reviewed and approved by the client.

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  • Gift Cards

    Give your friends and family the gift of gardening, and you never have to worry about getting the wrong size! A gift card from Hall’s Garden Center is the perfect gift for all! Holiday Gift Giving Hostess Thank You Gifts Welcome to the Neighborhood Teacher’s Gifts Mother’s Day Father’s Day Birthdays Anniversaries First Home and so many more. Hall’s gift cards are available in any denomination.

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  • Soils & Mulch

    Hall’s Garden Center & Florist carries a full line of bagged and bulk materials. Potting soils, promix, topsoil, Espoma garden soils and amendments can all help your new green friends to grow. In addition, we offer cedar mulch, pine bark mulch, nuggets and mini-nuggets, dyed mulches, hardwood mulch, peat moss, mushroom compost, Bovung cow manure, charcoal, vermiculite and perlite to enhance your soils and protect your plant material. Don’t forget our full line of bagged stones to add as decoration in your garden or use as mulch also. Finally, Hall’s offers several of the above products as bulk material. Topsoil, problend, cedar mulch, dyed mulches and root mulch are sold by the yard and can either be picked up or delivered. Contractors and “weekend warriors” should know that quarry process and dust are available to you when putting down pavers or backfilling behind wall systems. Several sizes of Delaware blend stone, red stone and clean stone are also available by the yard.

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  • Go Green

    Hall’s Garden Center and Florist has an extensive line of organic solutions! We have fertilizers with organic-based ingredients of alfalfa meal, fish bone meal, kelp meal, feather meal, cottonseed meal and seaweed extracts, complete with ProBiotics and Mycorrhizae. Sulpher and Potassium Bicarbonate fungicides and systemic solutions made of Mono- and di-potassium salts of Phosphorous Acid. Captain-Jacks Spinosad and pyrethrins for those pesky insects, Iron Phosphate to rid the snails and slugs and even Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies in our mosquito dunks to help enjoy those starry nights. Today people are asking better questions! Always concerned with selection and quality, it is becoming more apparent that how a plant is grown is also on their minds.

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  • Garden Accents & Fountains

    Sculptures and statues express the personality of the gardener with their whimsical, mysterious, religious, or abstract designs. Two stone rabbits peeking through the flowers can create a memorable tableau, and after the flowers have gone, the small statues will add structural interest, too. Mirrored gazing globes–a Victorian fancy–have caught the imagination of modern-day gardeners. Globes, large and small, on pedestals short and tall, add mystique to the garden as they reflect sky, foliage, and flowers. Copper sculptures that sway in the breeze are very restful, as are the soft, tinkling sounds of wind chimes. Decorative stepping stones can be used to capture children’s handprints or to commemorate special dates. They can be used on long, winding pathways or scattered willy-nilly among the flowers. Not simply window dressing, garden accents are also useful design tools that can provide a focal point for the garden. A long bed of plants of similar heights will be much more interesting if a tall vine-covered trellis is placed at the back. And a planting bed that is past its prime can be revived by removing spent blossoms and setting a lush, colorful hanging basket on an iron shepherd’s hook above the foliage. Plant stands can be used to arrange containers at staggered levels, and wire topiary forms can be used to train plants, such as ivy, upward into planned designs. It isn’t even necessary to have a garden to enjoy the charms of garden ornaments and accents, for they can just as easily decorate a balcony or terrace or add interest indoors. As the holiday season approaches, don’t forget to splurge on yourself-or maybe drop a little holiday hint-as you picture stone cherubs nestled under the roses or a fountain trickling into your garden pond.

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  • Annuals

    A true annual is a plant that completes its life cycle in one year. This means it goes from seed to seed and then dies off, during the course of one growing season. The whole mission of an annual is to produce seed and propagate. That’s why deadheading or removing spent flowers before the seed matures, produces more flowers and therefore more potential seed. Some tender perennials are grown as annuals in colder climates. For a perennial to be worth growing as an annual, it must flower profusely in its first year of growth. Pansies, lantana and alyssum are all actually tender perennials. There are also plants considered to be hardy annuals. This just means that they are able to withstand a little frost without being killed off and will continue to bloom and set seed into the next year, but they will eventually expire. Annuals can be further divided into cool season and warm season. Pansies will fade as the summer heats up. Zinnias won’t even get moving until the nights stay warm. Annual flowers give you the opportunity to have a totally different garden every year.

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  • Perennials

    Perennial plants are the backbone of every successful landscape and garden border. They are available in a wide range of sizes, colors and blooming seasons. Perennials grow and bloom over the spring and summer and then die back every autumn and winter, then return in the spring, bigger and better with every passing season. Typically, they grow from their root stock rather than seeding themselves as an annual plant does. These are known as herbaceous perennials. However, depending on the rigors of local climate, a plant that is a perennial in its native habitat, or in a milder garden, may be treated by a gardener as an annual and planted out every year, from seed, from cuttings or from divisions. June has been designated National Perennial Plant Month. There are wide selections of perennials that may be planted in June. It is a good time for the gardener to find more mature specimens of favorite summer bloomers at the garden center. It is also a good time to plan and plant a sequential summer perennial display of old-favorites and new cultivars. There are many spectacular flowering performers for the sultry summer season.

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  • Trees & Shrubs

    Hall’s Garden Center & Florist carries a wide selection of plant material for our growing zone and beyond. With the improvement in breeding techniques, today’s plant material can bloom longer, have increased vigor and can be offered in different shapes and sizes. Simply put, the right plant for the right space is always available and today’s gardener has more options than ever to create a beautiful living space. Evergreen and flowering shrubs are the backbone of many landscapes. Whether it’s in a foundation planting or a garden border, there is a wide range of plant material that can add depth and dimension to your garden. Hall’s carries an intense assortment of deciduous plants, broadleaf evergreens, and conifers, both deciduous and evergreen types. Part of our passion lies in securing not only the everyday plant material, but also the unusual and, in some instances, endangered species. We welcome special ordering throughout the year and invite you, to our garden center, to enjoy some of nature’s best offerings.

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  • Vegetables & Herbs

    Most vegetable and herb gardens need a minimum of four to six hours of direct sunlight for peak performance. The ideal exposure would be a southwestern or a southern exposure. That would mean the garden would be bathed in sunlight from around 10 am till 3 or 4 in the afternoon. Almost all culinary herbs and vegetables benefit from good drainage. A garden bed is built, as in built up, to insure the best possible conditions. This type of gardening is known as a “raised” garden. Raised beds can be created quickly, often in a single Saturday afternoon. Not enough room? Consider the contained garden: Whether it is a situation where there is a shortage of a sunny spot or maybe you are simply limited in space. You can still take advantage of the information above. Just adapt it to the container(s) and space available to you. This is a great way for apartment or condo dwellers to maintain a small culinary garden. Whiskey barrels, terra cotta planters or even window boxes can produce a bounty of herbs, vegetables and flowering material. The key to success remains in light, drainage and spacing. We’d love to introduce you to the many possibilities of container gardening.

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