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Monday-Friday: 8:00AM-5:30PM

Saturday: 8:00AM-5:00PM

Sunday: Closed

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*CLOSED SUNDAYS JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH, JULY & AUGUST


 

Curbside Pickup Now Available.
Call 908-665-0331 Mon. – Fri. 10 am to 2 pm for ordering and pickup


 

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At Hall’s Garden Center we feature a full service floral department. Flowers for all seasons and all reasons at Hall’s Florist.

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  • Wordsmiths Evoke Fond Memories

    “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower” Albert Camus. A French philosopher, author and journalist, Albert Camus was awarded the 1957 Nobel Prize in Literature at the age of 44, the second youngest to receive this illustrious prize. His most famous......

  • Friendship Is a Gift

    Over the years many of our customers have become good friends. Horticulture, specifically gardening, seems to be a gateway for other conversations. And while politics, religion and money sometimes present themselves (three things my parents told me to avoid talking about with friends), travel, entertainment......

  • Copious Nursery Notes from the PNW

    The lawn and garden industry is tenacious to say the least! Over the past decade issues like Sudden Oak Death disease (SOD), Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA), Impatiens with downy mildew, Basil downy mildew, Black Knot disease on plum and cherry trees, Rose Rosette disease (RRD),......

  • Reflecting in Our Garden

    “I figure life’s a gift and I don’t intend on wasting it” Jack Dawson, Titanic. I love movies and I love this quote! Every morning I wake up to a Ginkgo tree deliberately planted outside our bedroom window simply because it brings me happiness. When......

  • Whiteout

    This past spring there seemed to be an explosion of color in our landscapes. Every couple of years the stars seem to align and many deciduous beauties bloom, overlapping one another. Forsythia, magnolia, cherries, crabapples and pear trees were all blooming at the same time......

  • Smokin’ Hot

    There is a tree I have been meaning to write about about for some time, but the timing never seemed right. A tree type, I feel, that is so underappreciated and certainly underused. I have friends who, on occasion, surprise me and ask questions about......

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